Saturday, September 27, 2014

Then There Were None by Virginia Tenery

Back Cover Blurb
Mass murder doesn’t happen in Matt Foley’s town . . . it doesn’t happen to his friends. Someone is going to pay.

Disturbing crime scenes are nothing new to the Twin Falls Police Chief. But this one is different. The victims are friends. In their Tudor mansion just inside the city limits, a family is dead—husband, wife, two kids, and the family cook.

The killer made one mistake. He left a survivor.

The husband is one of the big three in the microchip industry. The family lived a quiet modest life. It doesn’t make sense.


Until . . . 



Read an Excerpt:
Monday,
Grayson Manor

 Light filtered through the cottage windows as Sean McKinnon drained the last sip of the strong brew from his teacup. He took the empty mug to the sink, rinsed it out, and placed it in the dishwasher. He pulled on a jacket, picked up his cap and umbrella from the rack by the door, then strolled up the hill to the big house.

Morning clouds hung heavy in the gray sky and raindrops splattered the stone walkway in front of him. Sean sucked in a deep breath of cold moist air and smiled, glad to have the family home from their stay in England. The big estate was lonely when they were gone. He increased his pace as the rain pelted faster. He hummed in spite of the weather, looking forward to breakfast in the kitchen with Amanda Castleton. Aye, he’d missed the woman’s cooking.

He crossed the large expanse of manicured lawn and bright flowers. It was a bonnie garden. He’d come over with the Graysons more than thirty years ago. Those had been dark times for the family.

The task Mr. Grayson had set for him—planting a proper English garden in this arid Texas land, had proved a mighty one. He’d faced many failures before the land yielded its secrets. He breathed in the sweet fragrance of the delicate tea roses he’d planted in the spring, pleased that the garden rivaled any to be found in his native country. He slowed and bent down to examine a recently replaced rosebush. Satisfied, he move closer to the manor’s back door. As he drew nearer, the sound of smoke alarms pierced the silent morning.




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About Virginia:
Author V. B. Tenery lives with her family in East Texas. Her passion is writing books with shining characters and settings with plots so exciting readers come away feeling delighted with the experience. Not content to stay in one genre, her novels range from contemporary suspense and supernatural suspense, to an upcoming historical suspense set in WWII England. When not writing she enjoys reading, hiking, and tubing down rivers in the Hill Country.

 God’s child trying to make Him proud.


Connect with Virginia here:
Website: www.vbtenery.com
Blog: www.agatharemembered.blogspot.com
Twitter:  http://twitter.com/teneryherrin
FB Author Page:  www.facebook.com/vbtenery



VIRGINIA is giving away a copy of THEN THERE WERE NONE. 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



5 comments:

Deanna Stevens said...

bright flowers. It was a bonnie garden. Bonnie is a term I don't see often, made me :)
dkstevensne (at) outlook .com

Patricia Bradley said...

Sounds like a wonderful story!

V. B. Tenery said...

Thanks Deanna and Patricia for stopping by. Best wishes in the drawing.

Blessings,

V

Anonymous said...

a must read addition!
mandn(at)wisper(Dash)wireless(dot)com

Ann Ellison said...

I really enjoy her books. Loved the interview. Looking forward to the release of The Watchman.

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