Monday, January 25, 2016

#Spotlight - THE LAST DINNER PARTY by Carly M. Duncan

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by Carly M. Duncan
Inside the Book:
The Last Dinner PartyWhen Jeanie D’Alisa is found murdered in her bedroom after hosting a dinner party in her home, detectives Anna Cole and Kristy Hicks are called to investigate the crime. Known within her community for her generous, yet unpredictable nature, Jeanie’s secrets unfold as family, friends and neighbors become suspects. Anna and Kristy discover stamped passport pages revealing travels unknown and a curious relationship between Jeanie and the charming salesman who frequents the apartment building. Meryl, Jeanie’s devoted and needy friend, further complicates the investigation when she phones Jeanie’s sister who is studying abroad and lies to her about the cause of death. Through a muddied pool of misdirection and betrayal, will Anna and Kristy be able to assemble the clues in order to bring Jeanie’s killer to justice? The path to solving the mystery becomes tangled with faces of loved ones who are revealed to be foes in this story about the lengths people will go to in order to save themselves.

Publisher: Createspace
Pages: 390
Genre: Mystery
  • The Last Dinner Party is available at Amazon.
  • Pick up your copy at Barnes & Noble.
  • Discuss this book at PUYB Virtual Book Club at Goodreads.
Meet the Author
Carly M. Duncan
Carly M. Duncan is a television producer and writer. Working in television, she has prolifically created visual narratives for more than a decade for networks including TLC, Discovery Health, MTV, NatGeo, Travel Channel, FYI and more.
Her writing career officially began when one of her short stories, First Place, was published when she was a high school student in California. Her first two novels, Marcie and Behind You, are mysteries that touch on family bonds and the events that can strengthen or destroy them.
Her third novel, The Last Dinner Party, introduces a pair of female detectives who will return in future stories. In addition, she is a mentor and editor to other writers as well as an avid reader. Her favorite authors include Agatha Christie and Stephen King.
Carly lives in New York with her husband and two daughters.
Tour Schedule:

Monday, January 4 – First Chapter Reveal & Tour Kick Off at Pump Up Your Book
Tuesday, January 5 – Guest Blogging at The Story Behind the Book
Wednesday, January 6 – Book Featured at Stormy Nights Reviewing & Bloggin’
Thursday, January 7 – Interview at C.A. Milson’s blog
Friday, January 8 – Interview at The Book Connection
Friday, January 8 – Book Review at Books, Reviews ETC.
Monday, January 11 – Book Featured at Books Can Be Deadly
Monday, January 11 – Book Feature at Jody’s Book Reviews
Tuesday, January 12 – Book Featured at Bound 2 Escape
Wednesday, January 13 – Book Featured at Fiction Zeal
Thursday, January 14 – Book Featured at Readsalot
Monday, January 18 – Book Review at Vic’s Media Room
Tuesday, January 19 – Book Featured at Carol’s Notebook
Tuesday, January 20 – Book Review at Books Can Be Deadly
Wednesday, January 20 – Book Featured at CBY Book Club
Wednesday, January 20 – Book Review at Hezzie D’s Books and Cooks
Thursday, January 21 – Guest Blogging at Lori’s Reading Corner
Monday, January 25 – Book Featured at Reviews by Crystal
Wednesday, January 27 – Book Review at fuonlyknew
Thursday, January 28 – Book Review at 3 Partners in Shopping
Friday, January 29 – Book Featured at Archaeolibrarian – I Dig Good Books!
Monday, February 1 – Interview at Examiner
Tuesday, February 2 – Book Review at Deal Sharing Aunt
Wednesday, February 3 – Book Review at Cheryl’s Book Nook
Thursday, February 4 – Book Review at Ashley’s Bookshelf
Monday, February 8 – First Chapter Reveal at Read My First Chapter
Tuesday, February 9 – Book Feature at Confessions of an Eccentric Bookaholic
Thursday, February 11 – Book Featured at Crystal’s Chaotic Confessions
Monday, February 15 – Book Feature at My Bookish Pleasures
Tuesday, February 16 – Book Review at Stormy Nights Reviewing
Wednesday, February 17 – Book Review at Confessions of the Perfect Mom
Thursday, February 18 – Book Featured at The Writer’s Life
Friday, February 19 – Book Review at Books Can Be Deadly
Monday, February 22 – Book Review at Absurd Book Nerd
Tuesday, February 23 – Book Feature at Around the World in Books
Wednesday, February 24 – Guest Blogging at Around the World in Books
Thursday, February 25 – Book Review at Books, Food and Me
Friday, February 26 – Book Review at Ali – The Dragon Slayer

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