Posted on 09/14/2015 at 12:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Entry into each week’s giveaway also qualifies you to win a $25 Amazon gift card this month!
For this week’s giveaway, mystery/romantic suspense author Terry Odell is gifting three ebooks, one signed print book, and an assortment of author swag.
In “Deadly Secrets,” Gordon Hepler — a reluctant police chief — begins connecting a fatal traffic accident outside peaceful Mapleton, Colo., with two of the town’s most beloved citizens. And it gets worse ...
In “When Danger Calls,” a single mother back in her Montana hometown offers a man a ride home from the hospital — never imagining it will eventually ask her to choose between her daughter’s life and matters of national security
In “Finding Sarah,” a routine robbery investigation takes a dramatic turn for Detective Randy Detweiler, after he falls in love with the victim and must save more than just her business.
“Nowhere to Hide” features police officer Colleen McDonald, who leaves her job and friends in small-town Oregon after she is injured — and her partner killed — in a case gone south. But crime follows her down to Orlando, where she’s attempting to live life as a civilian.
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What readers are saying:
Of “Deadly Secrets”: “Odell does a lovely job of catching the ambience of a small town, as well as creating believable, sympathetic characters and an exciting, compelling plot.”
Of “When Danger Calls”: “It's sharp edged where the suspense is concerned and tender in the romance category.”
Of “Finding Sarah”: “From Sarah's peach-scented hair to Randy's piano talent, Terry Odell creates real people, places them in a lush Oregon setting and then turns both the romance and mystery burners up to ‘HI.’ A yummy page-turner results.”
Of “Nowhere to Hide”: “Odell writes a compelling story rich with insights into the world of cops and medicine. Her take on stressful situations resonate long after the last page is turned.”