Delighted to share the news of the latest release on September 15th by Fiona Tarr – Presumed Missing (Foxy Mysteries Book 2) – Also Book 1 – Death Beneath the Covers is on offer at 99c/99p for the rest of September.
About the book
Most Runaways are Found Within 48 hours. So where is Gemma?
It’s been nearly two weeks since her disappearance. The police investigation has hit a brick wall until Liz, a high-class escort and part-time private investigator, takes on the case.
Detective Jack Cunningham thought he’d seen the last of Liz. But now her missing girl case has been linked to two interstate murders. With everyone on high alert, Jack and Liz team up once again.
Liz has no choice. She must jeopardise their budding relationship and lead Jack into her dark past to uncover a side of the sex trade he never knew existed. With a deadly predator at large, it’s a risk she’ll have to take, because the clock is ticking for Gemma.
One of the early reviews for the book on Goodreads
When when I started this book I was very apprehensive, reason being the author’s previous works in the historical gendre like Destiny of King’s. Alas I have been pleasantly surprised!!
Great storyline, strong character and good flow throughout the book. This is a feather in the author’s cap that she can write about a character that is involved in the shady side of life, and she does that with empathy and gives you a glimpse into the motivation for the character’s actions.
Needless to say, when I started reading I had to finish it and I can recommend this jewel to anyone who loves strong female characters.
Fantastic read!! Thanks Fiona
A selection of books by Fiona Tarr
One of the recent reviews for Death Beneath the Covers – on offer at 99c/99p for September.
With a powerful female lead Ms Tarr flexes her sleuth muscle in her new exciting novel.
With great characters and a riveting plot line, Ms Tarr’s unique knowledge of the landscape brings to life the torrid underbelly of Adelaide.
Being a fan of her previous work, it’s fantastic to see her talents can pivot in a different genre.
About Fiona Tarr
Fiona’s novels feature strong female leads, romantic suspense themes and adventure, all set against a backdrop of social justice and equality.
From Historical Fantasy to Mystery suspense, you’ll find romance is the common themes across all her books.
It turns out writing is in the blood. Fiona’s Great Uncle was Australian Literary author George Johnston (My Brother Jack) and although her style is different, her Uncle’s social commentary tone is evident.
Fiona lives in Noosa Australia with her husband, and not far from her two adult sons. A self confessed people watcher, Fiona loves to interpret body language and social cues, which you’ll find evident in her character development.
Recently compared to Kendra Elliot and Melinda Leigh, Fiona’s mystery/romantic suspense novels have been well received. Currently writing two series, Foxy Mysteries and The Priestess Chronicles, Fiona expects to release more books more often over the coming years.
Thanks for dropping in today and it would be great if you would share the news of Fiona’s new book thanks Sally