This week, I'm featuring Furbidden Fatality by Deborah Blake.
This is the first in a new series, and it was delightful. It comes out this coming Tuesday.
Here's how the book begins:
Kari glanced down at the pet carrier sitting on the passenger seat next to her, then up at the sign on the simple but rustic building in front of them. "It doesn't seem to bad," she said. "I'm sure you'll like it here."
Moving ahead to 56% into the book, we find this:
"Oh," Kari said. "Well, I'm sorry to have wasted your time, Sheriff."
He sighed, flipping open the folder again. "I wouldn't say that, Ms. Stuart. You're still a good suspect, and I sure as heck hope you didn't dig up this dirt just to try to throw me off your trail. Or that of any of your friends. If so, I assure you it isn't going to work."
Longer quote from me this time, but they were too good to shorten.
I'll have a review up on release day, so I hope you'll come back on Tuesday to see what I thought.
Have a wonderful weekend.