Monday, June 24, 2013

It Adds Up to Murder by Dorothy Featherling

Back Cover Blurb:
Abigail Newhouse is forced to work temporary jobs to make ends meet. She discovers that while the jobs can be murderous, there aren’t usually dead bodies involved. Abby isn’t expecting crime at her first long term assignment, but when it occurs, she wants to help. Will Homicide Lieutenant Nick Vaughn believe that – or is she his main suspect? Abby soon finds sleuthing has placed her in deadly peril when she finally confronts a merciless killer face-to-face.



Read an Excerpt here:


 

The CFO’s expression twisted into a sneer. “You’re a temporary necessity, Ms. Newhouse. Don’t expect much of a welcome.”

I fought the urge to make a face at Viola Grimes. What a horrible woman. How dare she be so rude? I clamped my lower lip between my teeth and tried not to chew. After ten minutes of exposure to her abrasive personality, I wanted to jump up and walk out of the office, but leaving was a luxury a temp couldn’t afford. Not one with a house payment due in two more weeks. So, I, a recently laid off university employee, put on my best stoic mask and slightly inclined my head to acknowledge her words.

There’s little else I recall about the interview, which came across more like an inquisition. If I were as mindless and incompetent as she insinuated, I ought to be sitting in a corner babbling and drooling.

I paid polite attention to the do’s and don’ts that spewed from between her thin lips and tried not to focus on her frizzy perm, flabby face, and beady brown eyes. If her list of rules were an example of what working for Viola Grimes would be like, I was in for a major challenge.



Buy the book here:
www.Amazon.com (Kindle and Softcover)
www.dafeatherling.com (links to Amazon)


May be ordered through any bookstore



About Dorothy:
D. A. Featherling has penned seven novels in multiple genres and has written in a variety of non-fiction fields as well. An experienced public speaker, she has also worked in advertising, public relations, and marketing. Awards for journalism and public speaking began this writer’s career, with writing awards following. She co-founded and served for four years as president of the CenTex Chapter of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) and coordinated the first national ACFW Conference in St. Louis in 2001. As current owner of a staging business headquartered in Georgetown, Texas, and former administrator for an independent physics research center at the University of Texas at Austin, and for various state agencies and corporations, she is very familiar with the working world and agrees that, at times, it is indeed “Murder at the Office.”

Connect with Dorothy here:
Website: www.dafeatherling.com


Dorothy is giving away a copy of It Adds Up to Murder. The giveaway is only available to U.S. addresses.  To be entered in the book giveaway, leave a comment along with your email address. You can enter the book giveaway twice--once on each spotlight post.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Happy Reading!
Caroline Brown

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh my! Sounds like this girl might be in a heap of trouble. I hope she is the one who solves the murder. I would love to win this book, so I can find out. Please enter me in the contest. Thanks!
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Patricia Bradley said...

This sounds like a great book. I already feel sorry for Abigail. pat at ptbradley dot com

ann said...

This is my kind of reading. I am curious what happens in the end .Thanks for the chance to win.

Linda Kish said...

Don't you just wonder how a sweet little lady like the one in the photo comes up with these ideas? I wish I had such an imagination. The story sounds great.

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Jo said...

This sounds like a great book. I would love to read it!

Blessings,
Jo
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Jo said...

This book sounds quite interesting and I wouild love to read it.

Blessings,
Jo
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squiresj said...

Would love to win and review. Please enter me
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