Saturday, November 24, 2018

Saturday's Blurbs featuring Books by Gail Roughton and Jude Pittman #MFRWAuthor #BWLPublishing #Paranormal

Sisters of Prophecy

So for both of us, Sisters of Prophecy

The Shipton history is—well—complicated. Some families have a guardian angel. The Shiptons have a guardian ancestor, one who jumps right in, boots first, whenever one of her girls has a problem.

Of course, Mother Shipton's girls aren't always limited by blood ties. They're connected by power, shared and used wisely. That power needs to get busy, too, or Katherine's oilman fiancé is going to disappear for good in the Gulf of Mexico, Katherine's best friend Sylvia is never going to reconnect with her childhood soul mate, and Irene's world champion saddle bronc rider fiancé Matt Dillon (yep, that's his real name) might end up under the hooves of one of those bucking broncos. It's a good thing Mother has back-up in the form of Lillian Shipton, this era's family troubleshooter. The spider-web of trouble stretching between these three modern Sisters of Prophecy might be too much for even a time-traveling guardian like Mother Shipton to handle on her own!

Then here’s one for me, and one for Gail

Deadly Secrets, Kelly McWinter PI, Book 1
Welcome to the world of Indian Creek, Texas, where you'll meet some of the most amazing characters to ever grace the pages of fiction. Kelly McWinter, a retired cop who has sought out a simpler life in Indian Creek while trying to put a personal tragedy behind him. Kelly's dog, Jake,  a German Shepherd who has fought some battles of his own and is still the best partner a man could ever hope for. Anna Davis, an old woman hiding from her past whose secrets come back to haunt her.

 Kelly McWinter is a former Fort Worth police officer who suffered a personal tragedy that caused him to quit the force and isolate himself in the community of Indian Creek, Texas. Kelly is the Clint Eastwood, John Wayne type who makes everyone feel safe.  The inhabitants of Indian Creek are so unique and eccentric that readers and reviewers alike have fallen in love with the regulars who frequent Cam Belcher's Hideaway Bar and Barbecue

Country Justice

What goes around comes around. That's justice. Especially in small towns where everybody knows how many eggs you ate for breakfast before you've even left the Scales of Justice Café. Funny thing, though. Usually what everybody thinks they know—they really don't. Take the folks in Turkey Creek. Oh, everybody knows Maggie Kincaid doesn't speak to her father. They think they know why. But they don't. They know Billy Brayton died twenty-five years back. Too bad nobody told him. Because now he's home. And it's time to right some past wrongs. Time for justice. Country Justice.

Country Justice Reviews: "One of the best books I've ever read and I read about 100 or more a year. I loved the characters from the very beginning and was sorry when the story ended. I'm ready for the sequel—hint, hint." ~ Amazon Reader tvlgds "I've never been to Georgia—and that's my loss. But Country Justice took me close. Real close. So some inside and meet some new good friends—and some bad ol' boys. Because there's a gray Mustang doing lickety-split over the hill. Because a dead man's coming home—and Turkey Creek doesn't know what's about to hit it." ~ Author Graeme Smith (formerly published as Down Home)

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