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A Common Thread by Iona Morrison is a Binge-Worthy Festival pick #romance #bingeworthy #giveaway



Title: A Common Thread


Author: Iona Morrison


Genre: Romance with a touch of suspense and the paranormal


Book Blurb:


From the moment the woman rushed through her shop door nearly knocking her to the ground, Jessie Reynolds finds herself embroiled in another case. One that will not only solve several crimes but Matt's and her future as well. Jessie is convinced that a common thread links the crimes of a missing girl, a murder, and a possible serial killer all together. And with Matt Parker's logical approach she sets out to prove her theory. Matt is happy to collaborate with Jessie again even with the strangeness of a few ghosts, an improbable journey, and old enemies from the past thrown in. With a bit of charm and bribery on his part, the end of the case has the promise of future beginnings for them.


Excerpt:


The drums seemed far away at first but grew louder as she walked the path through the woods. Sacred chants filled the night air while the shadows of dancers moved with precision along the edge of the forest, pulling her deeper into the woods. Each song and dance seemed unique to the sound of the drums in the background. Suddenly the drumming built in intensity, the chants grew in volume, and the dancers became too numerous to count. She was mesmerized by their unexpected beauty. On they danced as the bells on their moccasins jingled, and they twirled and swayed rhythmically in step with the drumbeats. They circled around her, leading her through the maze of trees until suddenly they halted. An eerie silence filled the night as they parted enough for her to see. Hidden among the trees lay a lone figure on the ground. Facedown in the dirt, her dark black hair fanned out over her back and shoulders, but the beautiful hair didn’t hide the stillness of her body.


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What’s the first binge-worthy book you read and why was it a must-read?


I enjoyed Pride and Prejudice. I feel Elizabeth Bennet was both intelligent and quick witted as a protagonist and a character ahead of her times.


What makes your featured book a binge-worthy read?


Though my books are fiction, they are based on elements that are important to me. This one brings to light the plight of missing indigenous girls in our country.


Giveaway –


One lucky reader will win a $75 Amazon gift card



Open internationally.


Runs August 1 – 31, 2023.


Drawing will be held on September 1, 2023.



Author Biography:


I am a multi-published, award-winning author who writes romantic suspense with a touch of the paranormal. I enjoy writing fiction. The character development, their stories, and the twists and turns in the plot intrigue me. Once I let the characters loose, I can't wait to see where they take me. I'm hooked from the first words on the paper, and I have to keep writing to see how the story ends. Layer by layer I build it until I come to the happy conclusion.


I live in Colorado with my husband and family who have supported me in this chapter of life. I am a member of the Colorado Authors League and RMFWPAL (Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Published Authors League) and have enjoyed becoming involved in my community as one of the many authors living in Colorado. I invite you to read one of my Blue Cove Mysteries and see for yourself why Blue Cove is a special and unusual place.


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Aug 29, 2023

Thank you, Iona, for sharing your upcoming release in our Binge-Worthy Book Festival!

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