HALLOWEEN MONSTER MASH COUNTDOWN BLITZ, DAY 7 – The Golden Hour: A Nora Tierney English Mystery by Marni Graff @GraffMarni

 

 

Marni Graff writes two award-winning mystery series: The Nora Tierney English Mysteries and The Trudy Genova Manhattan Mysteries. She teaches writing workshops and mentors the Writers Read program, and is Managing Editor of Bridle Path Press. 
Graff also writes the crime review blog Auntie M Writes, www.auntiemwrites.com.

 

 

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American writer Nora Tierney is house hunting in Oxford to solidify her little family that includes her almost-year old son, Sean, and her partner, Det. Insp. Declan Barnes. But why does she feel like she’s being followed? 
When tracking devices confirm Nora has a stalker, it sets off a chain of events that connect to Declan’s murder investigation of a young Oxford
art restorer, and will bring bioterrorism and a psychopath into their lives, while Sean’s hangs in the balance. The fourth Nora Tierney English mystery is the most tension-filled yet, a meditation on what is family and home, combined with art theft and an international conspiracy.

 

 
 
 

This is the fourth book in the series and while it can be read as a standalone it is so much more enjoyable if you read the series in order! So find the entire series below.

Find the links to the entire series here:
Top Ten List:
Top 10 Favorites, in no particular order and besides my husband and family:
My dogs, Radar, a 10 yr old Italian Spinone and our new Aussie Doodle puppy, Seamus
Mysteries to read, esp. a series
Pizza, well done with pepperoni
Vodka gimlet, heavy on the lime juice
Black and White movies from the 30-40s, esp Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn
The hour before sunset when everything it lit with a subtle glow
The UK; a real Anglophile for travel
New York City
Crisp new stationary
Clean sheets
 
To view our blog schedule and follow along with this tour visit our Official Event page 

 

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