Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Benjamin's Ghosts by Sylvia Nash

Benjamin Alexander dug into the past to uncover its secrets. His housekeeper guarded his secrets with her life.

Now Enid Gilchrist must draw on her years of experience as a genealogist to duplicate that search and protect those secrets while she unravels the clues to crimes whose consequences have crossed the years to spawn a new criminal and threaten those she loves.

Moreover, she must draw on her strength of will to prevent her feelings for Chief of Police Patrick Mulhaney from hindering their mutual efforts to solve the mystery, bring peace to the dead, and protect the living.


As Enid started back to her office, she heard the click of the light switch, and the lights went out.

“Who’s there? I’m still in here! Turn the light back on, please!” She didn’t hear any footsteps, breathing, or any other sounds. “Oh, shoot again,” she whispered. She felt her away along the readers toward her office on the right.

As she reached the edge of the copier, she caught a glimpse to her left of a figure inside the genealogy room. It started toward her.

About Sylvia:

Sylvia A. Nash lives in West Tennessee. She holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts with a major in English and a minor in philosophy from The University of Tennessee at Martin. She is an amateur genealogist who has spent hours pouring over old records in search of some of her more elusive ancestors. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Sisters in Crime, and Mystery Writers of America. To learn more about the author and her other published works, visit her website at http://sylviaanash.com.

To purchase Sylvia's book:

Sylvia Nash is giving away a copy of Benjamin's Ghosts.  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 may enter the book giveaway twice -- once on each spotlight post. (It's not too late to go back and leave a comment on yesterday's post.)

Off to read another great book!
Sandra M. Hart


cjajsmommy said...

Gosh, that excerpt was just a little sip! I had to go to Amazon to read more and really enjoyed meeting the characters there. Please enter my name to win a copy. cjajsmommy (at) gmail (dot) com

PS to Sylvia -- As to my maternal grandfather, I've got two sets of data for him, one appears to be an alias. I've tracked as much as I can without spending money.

Amy C said...

This sounds like my type of read. I love history and genealogy.
Campbellamyd at gmail dot com

Sharon A Lavy said...

I enjoyed this story very much. Who ever wins this one is in for a treat!

Sylvia A. Nash said...

Thank you all for checking out my story today and Sharon for being so supportive!

Linda Kish said...

I would love to win a copy of this book. It sounds interesting.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

Prentiss Garner said...

This sounds like a great read!


JackieW said...

I think I would enjoy reading this story and reporting on it for my Mystery Book Club. Glad I stopped by today.

Sylvia A. Nash said...

Linda, Prentiss, and Jackie: Thanks for your interest! Sylvia

Anonymous said...

This sounds interesting and I would love to win it.
Please put my name in. Maxie

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