Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Now on Tour Shadow of Deceit by Mal Olson


March 6 Guest blog/Tour Intro
Roxanne’s Realm

March 7 Character interview and review
Always a Booklover

March 8 Interview
Manga Maniac Café

March 8 Promo
Jade Mystique

March 9 Promo and review

March 10 Spotlight
(review later)
Read 2 Review

March 12 Guest blog
Bookin' It Reviews~

March 15 Interview
Theresa Stillwagon

March 16 Guest Blog
Fang-tastic Books

March 22 Guest Post
Lisa’s World of Books

March 26 review and guest post

March 27 Promo and review
Keeping Up With The Rheinlander's

March 29 Promo and Interview
JeanzBookreadNReview

March 30 Guest Blog and review
Cocktails and Books

April 1 Interview and review
Beverly @ The Wormhole

April 1 Guest Blog, review
Lissette E. Manning

April 2 Interview and Giveaway
at Kay Dee's






Shadow of Deceit

By Mal Olson

66,835 words
Genre: romantic suspense


Blurb:

Can an FBI agent obsessed with redemption and a grieving widow desperate to clear her husband’s name learn to believe in love again?

Shannon Riedel faces down danger when a gunman breaks into her office claiming her dead husband swindled him. When FBI agent Tony Crazaniak arrives to investigate, sexual heat sizzles. The ex-Delta Force operative’s massive presence and dark eyes trigger an attraction the young widow finds unnerving.

When Crazaniak convinces Shannon she needs his protection, they partner to unearth secrets her husband left behind—secrets involving a Tanzanian mine that yields perfect blue diamonds coveted by dealers around the world—secrets connected to a terrorist leader Crazanaik has vowed to take down.

With danger surrounding them, two emotionally wounded souls bond, but can they put their demons to rest and trust in love? Can they survive long enough to find out?

Book trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MN-ph78gic

THE WILD ROSE PRESS
ebook or paperback
AMAZON
Most online booksellers
Available March 7, 2012

Author bio:


Mal Olson writes adrenaline-kicked romantic suspense. When her consuming passion for writing allows time, she enjoys reading, flower gardening, jamming with friends on the mountain dulcimer, and hiking in a nearby state forest (or in the mountains somewhere). She has three grown children and one granddaughter and resides with her own special hero in southeast Wisconsin where she juggles writing time with her freelance landscape design business.



Visit Mal online: www.malolson.com

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