Tuesday, April 12, 2011

L is for Little Mountain

We came home from a trip on Sunday, and two boxes of books awaited me--copies of my brand-new murder mystery, Little Mountain. Wahoo! My plan is to do a nice roll out, including a blog tour and all that. Meanwhile, though, because I need to use the letter L for something in the A-Z Challenge, let me make an offer: For $15 (the list price of the book) I will mail you an autographed copy of Little Mountain. I will pay for shipping.

Send me a private email to desertwriter1[at]gmail.com, with "Little Mountain" in the subject line. In the body, send me your mailing address. I will reply with mine. Then just mail me a check for $15, and I will send the book right out.

So what's the book about? A Cambodian refugee has become an American citizen and a homicide cop in Lowell, Massachusetts (I used to live nearby). He investigates a brutal murder of a Cambodian man that churns up memories of his life under the Khmer Rouge, and his search for the killer may be his own undoing.


KarenG said...

It sounds like a good read! What an exciting day for you!

Bluestocking Mum said...

How exciting - to arrive home to two boxes of books!
In my dreams.

Good to make your acquaintance and best of luck with the roll out of your novel.

warm wishes

Hart Johnson said...

How exciting! I wish I had the finances to buy, but I DO have a blog with almost 500 followers and would be happy to host you on your blog tour. you can email me at hartjohnson23(at)gmail(dot)com--please put guest blog in the title, as I get a fair bit of junk that I ignore.

Anonymous said...

Hi Bob, Congrats! on Little Mountain, and I'd be happy to host you on a Blog Book Tour. Just let me know what works for you.

Giggle, Laugh, Cry said...

Hi! Just stopping by from the A to Z Challenge!

Jeffrey Beesler said...

Hello, Bob! It's a pleasure to meet you via the A-Z Challenge. Congratulations on your book! This must be a very exciting time for you. I can hardly wait until I get to where you are. But all good things in time, right.

By the way, your book sounds like one I'll need to put on my to-read list!

Morgan Mandel said...

Nothing beats the thrill of holding your own book in your hands!

Morgan Mandel