Time for a new winner and new book review–A Taste of Murder by Virginia Smith

My fabulous hubby who does most of my book drawings has selected Karin as the winner of Rhapsody in Red, so the book will be in the mail as soon as she sends me her mailing info.

Anyone who posts this month will be eligible for a drawing on Jan. 1st for an autographed copy of A Taste of Murder by Virginia Smith. (see picture of Virginia and post on Nov. 2)

This is one of the five books I read this past month and I really enjoyed it. It is set in Owensboro, Ky which is just a couple hours’ drive from where I live. Jasmine Delaney is a member of a musical ensemble which has been hired to play at a wedding in Owensboro during the Kentucky Bar-B-Q festival. Ginny Smith combines murder, a budding romance and lots of local color into an entertaining read which will keep you reading and turning pages. I was happy to read in her newsletter today that this book will be the first of a series of three, one highlighting each ensemble member. Check it out at www.VirginiaSmith.org and order some of her other books. Just remember to leave a post here this month if you wish to be entered in the drawing. The two rules are you must have a US mailing addy and I have to have some means of contacting you if you win. Happy reading!

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2 Responses to

  1. Virginia Smith’s books always sound like such fun. Count me in for the drawing!

  2. Rachel says:

    Dear Rose,

    I just wanted to give you a cyber-hello! I frequent Rachelle Gardner’s blog, saw you on there, and wanted to introduce myself because I, too, am from Kentucky. I am a homeschooling mother of three who just finished my first novel (not published). I love the Lord, and don’t really have any specific plans for my writing at the moment, but I love to talk to other women who are ahead of me in their faith walks and child-rearing, and I enjoy your blog. :)

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