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Friday, September 27, 2013

Black Swamp Mysteries Blog Tour + Giveaway!

Book Info-
Title- Exit 22
Series- Black Swamp Mysteries Book #1
By- P.M. Terrell











Blurb-
Political strategist Christopher Sandige is driving along Interstate 95 in North Carolina when he is involved in a one-car accident. Stranded for the weekend, he meets a beautiful but mysterious woman and is immediately pulled into a double homicide. Now he’s on the run from law enforcement—and a hired assassin. As he falls deeper for Brenda Carnegie, he begins to
wonder if she is the killer. As he pieces everything together and comes closer to the truth—time
runs out.


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iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/ie/book/exit-22/id478550769?mt=11


Book Info-
Title- Vicki’s Key
Series- Black Swamp Mysteries Book # 2
By-P.M. Terrell




Blurb-
Following a flawed CIA mission, Vicki Boyd leaves the CIA to begin a new life in a new
town assisting an elderly woman. But when she arrives, she finds Laurel Maguire has suffered a
stroke and her nephew has arrived from Ireland to care for her. Vicki quickly falls in love with
the charming Dylan Maguire, but all is not what it seems to be at Aunt Laurel’s house. And when
the CIA arrive to recruit Vicki for one last mission, she finds her past and her future are about to
collide… In murder.
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Book Info-
Title- Secrets of a Dangerous Woman
Series- Black Swamp Mysteries Book # 3
By- P.M. Terrell


Blurb-
Irishman Dylan Maguire is back and in his first assignment with the CIA, he must interrogate recently captured Brenda Carnegie. But when she escapes again, it’s obvious that she’s had help from within the CIA’s own ranks. Psychic spy Vicki Boyd assists him in locating
her again—but when he discovers Brenda’s true identity, he realizes his mission has just become very personal.

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Book Info-
Title- Dylan’s Song
Series- Black Swamp Mysteries Book #4 
By-P.M. Terrell


Blurb-
Dylan Maguire returns to his native Ireland with psychic spy Vicki Boyd. Their mission: to locate and extract a missing CIA operative. But when Dylan receives word that his grandmother is dying, his mission plunges him into a past he thought he’d turned his back on forever. Now he must confront his past before it results in murder. And as Vicki discovers the real reason he left Ireland, she is harboring a secret of her own.

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About the Author-
p.m.terrell is the internationally acclaimed, award-winning author of more than 18 books, including Vicki's Key, a 2012 International Book Awards and 2012 USA Best Book Awards finalist and River Passage, winner of the 2010 Best Drama Award. A full-time writer since 2002, p.m. previously founded and operated two computer companies with a specialty in computer crime and computer intelligence. Her clients included the CIA, United States Secret Service and the Department of Defense as well as local law enforcement agencies. Her expertise in computers and intelligence often finds its way into her books. She is also the co-founder of The Book 'Em Foundation and founder and chair of The Book 'Em North Carolina Writers Conference and Book Fair, which raises money to increase literacy rates. As a hobby, she raises freshwater angelfish - the same thing her characters do as their front for the CIA. For more information about p.m.terrell, visit www.pmterrell.com and for more information on the upcoming Writers Conference, visit www.bookemnc.org.

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Excerpt from Dylan's Song:

When Dylan reached the water’s edge, he set Vicki on the ground long enough to strip her of
the blanket, which he tossed on the ground. Then despite her growing protestations, he scooped
her into his arms again and waded into the pond. As she felt the water against her backside, she
squealed and buried her face against his neck. “Don’t drop me in here!” she begged.

He threw his head back and laughed. “I’m goin’ to do a lot more than that,” he said as he
waded in above his waist.

As they neared the middle of the pond, she pleaded, “Please don’t drop me. It’s freezing!”

He stopped and looked at her, a broad smile across his face.

“What are you doing?” she asked. “Are you insane?”

He raised one brow. “Perhaps I am, at that. But it’s high time you learned to live life to its
fullest.”

He shifted his arms so she was half-floating in the water. “It’s warmer under the surface than
it is above,” he whispered. His voice had grown husky. “In the deepest part o’ this pond, it’s
under five feet. So when we go under, your feet can still be touchin’ the ground.”

“Don’t put me down,” she warned, her voice growing serious. “Don’t—”

Before she could continue, he dunked them both under the water’s surface. Seconds later, she
re-emerged to find him grinning from ear to ear.

“I didn’t lie to you, now did I?” he said. He let her slip from his arms. As her feet found the
bottom, he continued, “It’s warmer now, isn’t it?”

“I ought to brain you,” she said in mock anger. She leaned back, allowing the water to soak
her long hair. As she pulled her head above the water once more, she finger-combed it away
from her face.

He stepped toward her as a lock of water-soaked hair fell across his forehead. His eyes
had turned to vivid green in the light of the moon. With the initial shock wearing off and her
body warming under the surface of the water, she pressed herself against his chest. As his arms wrapped around her gently, she tilted her head back and draped her arms around his neck.

His lips were full and soft as they brushed against hers. He looked into her eyes and smiled,
causing his laugh lines to crinkle and his irises to sparkle. He had an uncanny ability to live in
the moment, she thought as she parted her lips. This gift was infectious, and as his lips found
hers once more, she felt her heart grow lighter. She felt weightless as he held her, his strong
hands rubbing against her back and through her hair while his chest pressed against hers. She
didn’t ever want this moment to end.





1 comment:

  1. Thank you for hosting me here today! I'll be checking back in and answering any questions anyone might have for me.

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