Monday, September 14, 2015

e-Murder Book Tour & #Giveaway

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On this anything but typical Monday morning Jenna Scali, who works part-time for a shrink, opens an email that depicts the brutal death of a young girl. On that same day the police uncover a dead coed two blocks from Jenna’s house. The e-murderer’s description creepily echos the death described in the newspapers. When Jenna receives other emails, she takes what she knows to the police and thus begins her journey in the path of the e-murderer. Her curious nature impels her from e-messages to dead coeds to a ring of prostitutes. With the help of her quirky friends, Jenna learns that she’s more than a conduit for the killer. She’s his target. New secrets unfold, and finally her love life takes a tumble when the true killer emerges. THE E-MURDERER is a race to find a psychotic killer before he kills again. This new mystery series with a young female sleuth promises to keep you glued to your seat until the last page.
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The author is giving away two prizes: One, a $15 Amazon or BN Gift card (their choice) and Two, a signed copy of the award-winning book, The Clock Strikes Midnight.

About the author:

Joan Curtis Joan is an award-winning writer who has published 6 books and numerous stories. Readers compare her to the great Southern writer, Fanny Flagg. “She writes characters and a story that will stay with you.” Her debut mystery/suspense novel, The Clock Strikes Midnight, won the silver medal for fiction/suspense in the Global eBook Awards for 2015 and is a finalist for the Royal Palm Literary Award. The e-Murderer won first place in the Malice Domestic Grants competition for new writers. Joan Curtis - RPLA_Finalist_Badge Joan has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember. She reads all kinds of books, including women’s fiction, mysteries, biography, and nonfiction. Mystery/suspense with a psychological twist is exactly the kind of book Joan loves to read. "I write about characters who remind me of myself at times and my sister at times, but never fully so. My stories are told from a woman's point of view with a destiny. Characters drive my writing and my reading." Having grown up in the South with a mother from Westchester County New York, Joan has a unique take on blending the Southern traditions with the eye of a Northerner. She spent most of her childhood in North Carolina and now resides in Athens, Georgia. Author website: | Author’s blog: Facebook Author page: | Twitter page: @joancurtis a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I don't have the eye for details. I wouldn't make a very good sleuth.

  2. Thanks for stopping by the tour! Hope to see you at future stops.

  3. I have always wanted to be a private investigator. what fun that would be

  4. Absolutely. I like observing from afar and taking candid photos, so it would fit right in.
    sherry @ fundinmental

  5. As a writer, I'm curious. What do you think it takes to be a PI? Jenna has a very curious nature. What else? Maybe as Fee said, she would also need a good eye for detail. Sometimes Jenna forgets what she's seen. It nags at her. Perhaps a good memory for detail is also important.

  6. When I was a kid, I wanted to be one (after reading the whole set of Nancy Drew books). As an adult, I knew I'd be terrible at it!