Monday, June 3, 2024

Blurb Blitz - Murder at the College by PH Turner

It's a blurb blitz and there are prizes to be won. What's the book? Murder at the College by PH Turner! How cool is that? There are prizes, like I mentioned. What's up for grabs? P.H. Turner will award a $20 Amazon/BN gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter. Want more chances to win? Then follow the tour. You can do that here:


P.H. Turner

A detective has a smooth-talking heartbreaker for a client, but there’s a problem.

Quinn has scorch marks from her last relationship and plenty of chemistry with Ben, but he could have killed his twin brother. He demands to work the case with her, claiming it’s his life on the line.

A partner is the last thing Quinn wants. What she wants is to prove him innocent. But she’s finding plenty of evidence he isn’t.


Now for an Excerpt:

The Starlight bar’s back door was unlocked, and the old door creaked like a rusty garden gate. If Kat was already there, she knew someone had arrived. Quinn ran through the corridor and past Ben’s dark office toward a light burning over the mixologist workstation. Ben was dropping orange peels into a steaming pot of water and wearing earbuds. He was humming softly to himself.  

“Ben,” she yelled as she raced up the steps to join him. 

He turned around and jerked out the earbuds. “What’s going on?”  

Suddenly, the lights went out, plunging the bar into the dark. The only light came from the gas flame flickering under the bubbling pot. “Call the police,” Quinn said.  

“It’s okay. It’s the storm. I have a flashlight around here somewhere.” Ben bent over and pulled a light out from under the counter.  

Quinn whirled around to stare into the back hall. She’d heard something, but it was black as pitch, and she couldn’t see.  

Ben must have heard it, too. He aimed the powerful flashlight into the hallway. “Who’s there?”  

The overhead light flickered once and came on, and the hairs on the back of Quinn’s neck rose.


About the Author:

P.H. Turner (Pat) writes contemporary mysteries spiked with long-held grudges, secrets, and murder. With roots in a Texas farm homesteaded in the 1850s, she calls Austin home. When she's not writing, she's cooking for family, or taking care of a pair of hairy mutts, or in her garden coaxing roses to bloom in the Texas heat. 

Pat is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and Romance Writers of America.

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