Monday, May 23, 2011

River Whispers by Kathi Oram Peterson

There are cool prizes to be won at the end of this post!!!

Regi Bernard's small hometown on the Snake River is good for some things (like fishing) but bad for others (like avoiding old flames). On one unlucky day, Regi runs into the two men she least wants to see.... But the next day, Regi's luck is even worse... She discovers a dead body in the willows. And when Regi reports the murder, she becomes the prime suspect.

Unraveling a murder case in a small town where everyone and everything are interconnected is a tangled task at best...

This is part of the back cover blurb for River Whispers. I think that's all you need to know to be hooked by this Romantic Suspense novel...or is it Suspenseful Romance? Either way you have all the elements of a very "tangled" mess (like the blurb says). Small town. Old flames. Murder.

Of course, all leads point to Regi and she must take matters into her own hands, no matter where the evidence takes her. Even if it might lead to her own sister.

The moral of the story is be careful of dead bodies when you head out to go fishing or to commune with nature and ponder the loss of a loved one...but then again, maybe ultimately you'll find love again.

I just loved the title of this book right off. It hints of secrets and intrique, but also truth and first loves. You'll find all of that between the covers of this book!

Here's the prize pack for today's stop on the River Whispers tour...


Head over to Kathi Oram Peterson's blog HERE to read more about the blog tour and prizes. To win this daily prize you must comment on my blog and Kathi's blog, plus follow her blog. At the end of the week (if you comment on each blog of the tour) you can be entered to win a $50 gift card to Amazon!!!

13 comments:

Debbie said...

Nice prize, thanks for the blog tour!

Tina Scott, the writing artist said...

This sounds like a good book. How did you find time to read it? All my books are still hidden away.

Donna K. Weaver said...

Intriguing.

Jennifer Wolf said...

This sounds like a very cool story, especially since I grew up in a small town near the Snake River.

Canda said...
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Canda said...

I love hearing about new books, especially if they are in settings I'm familiar with. Thanks for telling us about this one.

Taffy said...

THANKS for the post!

Patty Ann said...

Love hearing about new books. Can't wait to read it myself.

Elizabeth Morgan said...

Awesome Review! I can't wait to read the book.

Randi said...

I love suspense, especially when I can't see the end coming, and especially when it's a romance!

Cindy M Hogan author of Watched said...

Opps, I left my comment on your 200 Yippee blog. Here I am again.

Christina said...

Can't wait to get my hands on it!

SEO usa said...

good one it is..well thought..

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