“TREAT” Reads Blog Hop!- Day 2 #RRBC #RRBCTreatReads

Greetings!  Welcome to the 2nd RRBC “TREAT” Reads Blog Hop!  These members of RRBC have penned and published some really great reads and we’d like to honor and showcase their talent.  Oddly, all of the listed Winners are RWISA members!  Way to go RWISA!

We ask that you pick up a copy of the title listed, and after reading it, leave a review.  There will be other books on tour for the next few days, so please visit the “HOP’S” main page to follow along.

Also, for every comment that you leave along this tour, including on the “HOP’S” main page, your name will be entered into a drawing for a gift card to be awarded at the end of the tour!

Author, Mary Adler


Book: IN THE SHADOW OF LIEShttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K7WYTSU/

In The Shadow of Lies by Mary Adler[7229]


Book Blurb: Richmond, California. World War II.  Marine Lieutenant Oliver Wright comes home from the war in the Pacific injured and afraid his career as a homicide detective is over.  But when an Italian Prisoner of War is murdered the night the Port Chicago Mutiny verdicts are announced, and black soldiers are suspected of the crime, the Army asks Oliver to find out the truth.

 He and his canine partner Harley join forces with an Italian POW captain and with a black MP embittered by a segregated military. During their investigation, these unlikely allies expose layers of deceit and violence that stretch back to World War I and uncover a common thread that connects the murder to earlier crimes.

 In the Shadow of Lies reveals the darkness and turmoil of the Bay Area during World War II, while celebrating the spirit of the everyday people who made up the home front. Its intriguing characters will resonate with the reader long after its deftly intertwined mysteries are solved.

Twitter: @MAAdlerWrites

15 thoughts on ““TREAT” Reads Blog Hop!- Day 2 #RRBC #RRBCTreatReads

      1. Kester, when exactly do writers grow up? I do wonder about us. In a good way. Thank you for hosting me and In the Shadow of Lies. By the way, one day my grandmother (deceased) pierced the veil and kept me company – for a moment – while I was doing dishes by myself for a big family dinner. She was truly there in the kitchen. It was the end of a day of intense concentration on not being negative in a difficult situation and I think she came by as my reward.

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      2. Amazing, Mary! Thank you so much for sharing you experience. I truly believe sometimes we’re given glimpses of that world, most times when we need it the most. Enjoy your blog hop and cheers to your continued success!! 😀

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