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27 January 2018

Saturday Spotlight | Terror On Sunshine Boulevard Blog Tour

In addition to the usual blog posts every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday about our eccentric travel adventures and day-to-day life living aboard a sailboat, I also occasionally post on Saturdays, focusing on things related to writing such as cover reveals, book launches, reviews, interviews with authors etc. So if you're a bit of a book nerd like I am, check in on Saturdays - you never know what might pop up.

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Rescuing a naked woman lying in a geranium bed or investigating mysterious murders are not the usual calls in a Florida retirement community for volunteer first responder Jim Hart.


I'm delighted to have J.Q. Rose join us today on her blog tour for her latest release >>Terror on Sunshine Boulevard<<

I do love a good murder mystery and this one sounds like a winner. It's set in Florida where we're currently docked. It features a volunteer first responder which is something I could never do (blood and all that). I'm always in awe of and grateful to those folks who volunteer to provide this kind of service. And it involves a naked woman lying in a geranium bed - sounds intriguing!

J.Q. sounds like an interesting and fun lady. Check out her bio, especially the part about hunting salamanders with the grandkids.




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Bio

After writing feature articles in magazines, newspapers, and online magazines for over fifteen years, J.Q. Rose entered the world of fiction. Her mysteries published by BWL Publishing are
Terror on Sunshine Boulevard, Dangerous Sanctuary, and Deadly Undertaking. Blogging, photography, Pegs and Jokers board games, and travel are the things that keep her out of trouble. She and her husband, Gardener Ted, spend winters in Florida and summers up north camping and hunting toads, frogs, and salamanders with her four grandsons and granddaughter. 

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Blurb

Rescuing a naked woman lying in a geranium bed or investigating mysterious murders are not the usual calls for first responder Jim Hart. He expects slip and fall accidents or low blood pressure emergencies in his retirement community of Citrus Ridge Senior Community and Golf Resort. The ghastly crime scenes turn the winter time fun into a terrifying season of death and mystery when the authorities cannot track down the predator responsible.

Jim and his wife Gloria could escape the horror and grief by returning to their northern home, but concern for their friends and residents keep them in Florida. With the entire community in a dither over the deaths, the Harts participate in the normal winter activities of golfing, dancing, and pool parties with their friends to distract them from the sadness and loss.

Can Jim and Gloria work with the authorities to discover who or what is killing the seniors on Sunshine Boulevard and stop the increasing body count?

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You can buy a copy of >>Terror on Sunshine Boulevard<< here and connect with J.Q. Rose on her blog, Facebook, Google+, Amazon, Goodreads, Pinterest, and through Books We Love.

 

What have you been reading lately? Have you read >>Terror on Sunshine Boulevard<<?

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10 comments:

  1. I've not read this book, but it sounds like something I would read. I love murder mysteries. Pretty much all I read.

    Have a fabulous weekend, Ellen. ♥

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    1. It does sound like a good read. I'm a big fan of murder mysteries too :-)

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  2. Ahoy Ellen, Thanks for taking time out of your sailing to spotlight my new release. It was fun to write and I hope readers will get a chill and a giggle out of it. You did a great job here!!

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  3. Not much of a murder mystery fan, myself, but I'll pass it along to the murder-porn enthusiast of the house (aka, my wife). haha

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    1. I'm the murder mystery fan in our household too :-)

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  4. Sounds good! I just bought it... but it's gonna have to wait its turn in line. :)

    I just finished reading a memoir called "The Bright Hour." Part heartbreaking and part uplifting, it shares a young woman's battle with cancer. In the end, she lost, but she, her family, and her friends handled her impending death with dignity and humor.

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    1. I know what you mean - I have such a long TBR list.

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  5. I'm currently reading yet another true crime--Slow Death, about this guy who kidnapped women and tortured them. Pretty disturbing.

    After that, I really have to get back to catching up on friends' books. I'm so far behind!

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    1. That sounds very disturbing. Not sure I could sleep well at night if I read something like that.

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