Tuesday, August 25, 2015 | By: The Write Way Cafe

Tuesday Special: Rolynn Anderson and Amazon Encore!


WHAT is AmazonEncore?  Says Amazon: “Discover Hidden Treasures. AmazonEncore helps readers discover extraordinary, previously-published, overlooked books from emerging authors.”

WHEN?  11:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.  (I’m on from 8-9:00 a.m. but I’ll be available to chat most of the day)

WHERE?  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/957325384328701  Do sign up!

WHY?  For fun, for prizes and for the chance to check out some high quality novels!

SPECIAL TO COMMENTERS AT THE WRITE WAY CAFE (You can win prizes at the party, too), What’s your favorite place in Alaska and why…if you’ve never been to Alaska, what part of the state intrigues you?  LIE CATCHERS takes place in Petersburg, Alaska, a town full of Norwegians, and a great setting for my mystery/suspense/romance!

I’m proud to present my suspense novel, LIE CATCHERS. 

Two unsolved murders will tear apart an Alaska fishing town unless a writer and a government agent reveal their secret obsessions.

Treasury agent Parker Browne is working undercover in Petersburg, Alaska to investigate a money scam and a murder. His prime suspect, Liv Hanson, is a freelance writer struggling to save her family’s business. Free spirited, full of life, and with a talent for catching liars, she fascinates Parker.

Trying to prove she’s a legitimate writer who cares about Petersburg’s issues, Liv pens a series of newspaper articles about an old, unsolved murder. When her cold case ties in with Parker’s investigation, bullets start to fly.

Parker understands money trails, and Liv knows the town residents. But he gave up on love two years ago, and she trusts no one, especially with her carefully guarded secret. If they mesh their skills to find the killers, will they survive the fallout?

Lie Catchers is available at Amazon.

Please visit my Website for more information about my books!


Margo Hoornstra said...

This book sounds absolutely wonderful. Can't wait to read it. We were in Alaska once on a cruise. I'd go back in a heartbeat. The one place we didn't get to Denali. Next trip!

Rolynn Anderson said...

Margo, I hope you had a wonderful time on your cruise! Did you see glaciers calving...oh I hope so! In our little trawler, we sat listening to the ice crack and every once in a while, 'Bomb!' With all kinds of cacophony, a huge piece would fall off...an epic explosion followed by grumblings of all kinds. Love that experience!

Rolynn Anderson said...

oops...I meant BOOM!...but it did sound like a bomb :-)

Diane Burton said...

I've wanted to go on an Alaskan cruise for years. We'll get there! Your book Lie Catchers made me want to go even more. It must have been great to watch glaciers calve, especially so close. Best wishes on your re-release.

HiDee said...

I've never been to Alaska but would love to visit Denali National Park someday. Lie Catchers sounds intriguing - look forward to reading it. Thanks for being with us today!

Barbara Edwards said...

I've actually been to Petersburg. The Alaskan Highway Ferry stops there and we got off for a couple days. It's a very quiet place, mainly fishing industry with pretty houses and lots of waterfront. I'd love to do the trip again.

Rolynn Anderson said...

Oh, cool, Barbara! I've heard of that mode of travel...sounds like a perfect way to see the coast of Alaska. You are one of the only people I've heard from who's been to Petersburg. It is a diamond in the rough.

And HiDee, I see you're with us on the Encore Giveaway. Thanks for supporting our rereleases. It's a good group of writers!

Rolynn Anderson said...

Hope you guys are winning stuff at the Giveaway...and you're learning about some great books. I'm amazed at the level of research that goes into these books!

Angela Adams said...

I'm always ready to read a good suspense, Rolynn!

Rolynn Anderson said...

Thanks, Angela. Also thanks to HiDee, who was a presence here and at the Encore party. Glad you were able to handle two events at the same time like I was. This multi-tasking is an important skill, I'm learning. I appreciate you hosting me!