Today I’d like to introduce you to The Rebel Series by Linda Weaver Clarke, and give you a chance to win a FREE eBook from her.
These books have a mixture of romance and lots of adventure. Each book, set in the late 1700s, is a love story with mystery and suspense as a young couple and their rebel friends strive to help their country. The romance in this series can be enjoyed by young and old alike. For those who enjoy strong women characters, all three books have this theme in common. They are independent women who have an opinion and are not afraid to express it. The heroes in this series are rebels with a sense of justice. They are chivalrous and their feelings run deep for the young women they’re in love with. Continue reading
I just finished reading book 5 in the Amelia Moore Detective series. It’s a nice cozy mystery with Amelia and Rick Bonito striking out to find a high powered attorney’s missing love of two decades before Julie marries the gubernatorial candidate that she’s not quite sure about yet. Amelia really gets into this case as she reads old love letters from Julie’s sweetheart back when they were in college. You can’t help wondering what happened to him. Is he alive? Did he get caught up in something dangerous? Is he dead? As Amelia and Rick search for him by interviewing people from his past in Arizona and Utah (Zion National Park), they pick up tails that present a mysterious threat. Are they the mafia? Are they a disgruntled ex-client or someone an ex-client had them follow years ago? Continue reading
Today I have Linda Clarke here to tell us more about herself and her newest cozy mystery, The Mysterious Doll.
Welcome, Linda. It’s nice to have you on my blog again. I read your first book in this series, Bali Mystery, and notice that a lot of your books are set in exotic locations. Have you visited the places you write about in your stories? Continue reading
Time for another author interview. Linda Weaver Clarke is here today at my blog (in spirit). Let’s get started, shall we? Tell us a little about yourself.
I travel throughout the U.S. teaching a Family Legacy Workshop, encouraging people to write their family history and autobiography. I have gone to 16 states and given over 300 workshops. I’m the author of five historical “sweet” romances, four mystery/adventure novels and two non-fiction e-books.
Wow! You’re an accomplished lady. Tell my readers about your latest book. Continue reading