Fatal Fiction by Kym Roberts – Blog Tour and Giveaway (ENDED)

Fatal FictionWhen kindergarten teacher Charli Rae Warren hightailed it out of Hazel Rock, Texas, as a teen, she vowed to leave her hometown in the dust. A decade later, she’s braving the frontier of big hair and bigger gossip once again . . . but this time, she’s saddled with murder!

Charli agrees to sell off the family bookstore, housed in a barn, and settle her estranged dad’s debt—if only so she can ride into the sunset and cut ties with Hazel Rock forever. But the trip is extended when Charli finds her realtor dead in the store, strangled by a bedazzled belt. And with daddy suspiciously MIA, father and daughter are topping the most wanted list . . .

Forging an unlikely alliance with the town beauty queen, the old beau who tore her family apart, and one ugly armadillo, Charli’s intent on protecting what’s left of her past . . . and wrangling the lone killer who’s fixin’ to destroy her future . . .

When Charli returns to her hometown of Hazel Rock, Texas, it’s only meant to be a quick trip. When first she and then her father are accused of murder, however, she decides to hang around until she can clear her dad’s name.

The barn-as-a-bookstore setting and an armadillo named Princess with the run of the place would have been enough to pique my interest in this cozy, but in Charli I also got a believable, fallible, and perfectly human heroine. She has her issues with the town and the people that she thought she’d left in the past, but doesn’t let it stop her from doing what’s right. I’m looking forward to more adventures with Charli and Princess!

Fatal Fiction is the first book in the Book Barn Mystery series.

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About The Author

kym-robertsThree career paths resonated for Kym Roberts during her early childhood: detective, investigative reporter, and . . .nun. Being a nun, however, dropped by the wayside when she became aware of boys—they were the spice of life she couldn’t deny. In high school her path was forged when she took her first job at a dry cleaners and met every cop in town, especially the lone female police officer in patrol. From that point on there was no stopping Kym’s pursuit of a career in law enforcement. Kym followed her dream and became a detective who fulfilled her desire to be an investigative reporter, with one extra perk—a badge. Promoted to sergeant, Kym spent the majority of her career in SVU. She retired from the job reluctantly when her husband dragged her kicking and screaming to another state, but writing continued to call her name, at least in her head. Visit her on the web at kymroberts.com.

http://www.kymroberts.com/

https://twitter.com/kymroberts911

http://www.ekensingtonbooks.com/author.aspx/31810

Purchase Links

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Tour Participants

December 5 – A Holland Reads – GUEST POST
December 5 – Books,Dreams,Life – SPOTLIGHT
December 6 – Reading Is My SuperPower – REVIEW
December 7 – deal sharing aunt – INTERVIEW
December 8 – Shelley’s Book Case – REVIEW
December 8 – Brooke Blogs – SPOTLIGHT
December 8 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – REVIEW
December 9 – Jersey Girl Book Reviews – REVIEW
December 9 – StoreyBook Reviews – REVIEW
December 10 – Melina’s Book Blog – REVIEW
December 10 – Texas Book-aholic – REVIEW
December 11 – T’s Stuff – SPOTLIGHT
December 11 – Dalene’s Book Reviews – REVIEW
December 12 – View from the Birdhouse – SPOTLIGHT
December 13 – Cozy Up With Kathy – INTERVIEW
December 14 – Readeropolis – SPOTLIGHT
December 15 – Laura’s Interests – SPOTLIGHT
December 15 – Queen of All She Reads – REVIEW
December 16 – Girl with Book Lungs – REVIEW
December 17 – The Book’s the Thing – REVIEW
December 18 – Mystery Thrillers and Romantic Suspense Reviews – SPOTLIGHT

NOTE: I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of the book. All opinions expressed are my own.

 

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