As part of a virtual tour organized by Great Escapes Virtual Book Tours, today’s spotlight shines on the first book in a new cozy mystery series – Guilt is Midnight Blue – by Josalyn McAllister.
About the Book
Hazel Dean has an ability to see other’s emotions in color. She mostly uses it to help people find the perfect book in her shop, Books and Chocolate. When one of her customers is murdered, the police point to an old feud. Only Hazel can tell that the accused is innocent. Hazel must navigate around her husband, the DA and her surrogate uncle, the police captain, to find out what really happened. Hazel drives, hikes and snoops all over her small Appalachian town in an attempt to bring peace to the victim’s family and prevent her community from being torn apart by old grudges.
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About the Author
Josalyn McAllister is a cozy fiction author whose most recent works include Love Over Easy and Guilt is Midnight Blue. Josalyn started writing character descriptions at the tender age of seven, inspired by the works of LM Montgomery. In her teenage years she moved on to Newsies fan fiction. Inspired by National Novel Writing Month, she wrote her first novel about a child she mentored in college. She has never stopped writing. Josalyn taught middle school history before deciding she would rather spend time with her own children than other peoples. A restless soul, she has moved all over the country and collected an eclectic array of hobbies. Her writing has a relatable quality that will charm and entertain you.
- Website josalynmcallister.com,
- Facebook https://www.facebook.com/josalyn.mcallister.5
- GoodReads https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/20244955.Josalyn_McAllister
- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/josalynmcallister/
For reviews, guest posts, and more, visit the tour page.
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John D.MacDonald said it was pale grey for guilt, but I’m not going to argue with chocolate.