Friday, July 8, 2011

Sign up for a mystery/thriller blog book tour

Dear suspense-loving book bloggers,

We invite you to be a stop on the blog tour for Telling Lies by Cathi Stoler. Please find the book's description below.

The blog tour will occur during September 2011.

We are able to mail to you a paperback copy of the book (U.S. only) or email a PDF ebook (U.S. & international).

If you are interested, email info@tribute-books.com with:

(1) which September date you'd like

(2) your blog URL
(3a) paperback or PDF
(3b) your U.S. mailing address (for paperback requests)

We look forward to your response!

About the Book

Telling Lies
by Cathi Stoler


How many lies does it take to get away with murder? Magazine Editor Laurel Imperiole is vacationing in Florence, Italy, with Aaron Gerrard, Chief of Detectives of New York City's 13th Precinct Identity Theft Squad. A chance encounter brings Laurel to a startling realization: she's just bumped into a dead man: Jeff Sargasso, an art dealer and husband of a close friend who supposedly died in the World Trade Center on 9/11. When he vanished, Sargasso had been brokering the sale of a priceless masterpiece that was lost during World War II to CEO Alfred Hammersmith and billionaire Miayamu Moto. Hammersmith perished along with Sargasso on 9/11, and it is believed that the access codes to the $15 million deposit--ten percent of the asking price--died with them. Could Sargasso have faked his own death to steal the money? The painting's whereabouts are unknown. Laurel enlists the help of private detective Helen McCorkendale, and together they follow the threads that lead from Florence, Italy, to New York. On the way, the women tangle with Israeli Mossad agent Lior Stern and several stop-at-nothing collectors. All are determined to have the painting for themselves. Ignoring Aaron's advice, Laurel puts their volatile relationship in jeopardy. As Helen and Laurel search for Sargasso, the painting and the money, they find themselves enmeshed in a sinister skein of lies that could end in death.

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