Tuesday, April 2, 2019

#BlogTour - Murder is a debate by @authorbnacole


Title: Murder is a Debate
Author: Brandy Nacole
Genre: YA Mystery
Publication Date: March 28th, 2019
Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR

Blurb:
Nora and her two best friends, Liv and Nina, aren’t like most people. Nora is the private school kid; the rich girl, though everyone hates her. Liv and Nina attend the run-down public school on the opposite side of town where the football team is a solid two and the art department was shut down due to funding. Their worlds should have never collided, but they had one common factor that brought them together, murder.

In an online mystery chat room, the three girls meet and decide to form The Murder Club. Each week one of the girls must come up with a murder scenario for the other two to solve. It’s fun. It’s active. It’s also deadly.

When one of Nora’s classmates ends up dead, she’s suspicious of her new friends. His death mirrors the very same scenario Nora came up with in their previous meeting. As clues emerge, pointing more definitively at the members of the Murder Club, Nora begins digging for her own clues, bringing fantasy to reality. Could Liv and Nina be involved, and if so why?

They were all curious, but the question is, was one of them too curious?






Whenever she’s not reading or writing, Brandy is spending time with her family and friends, throwing around crazy ideas, teaching, and singing like a rock star at a concert for no one else but herself. She loves plants, but unfortunately is a killer of anything that requires water but can’t voice (scream) their needs.

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“Do you trust him?” Beth asked.
Trust was a lose term. “I don’t think I can.” After everything that happened, Nora wasn’t sure she would ever trust again.
“You should. If you could only see the way he looks at you.”
Nora’s heart hitched. She didn’t want to know. He could be the puppet master for all she knew. He’s dangerous, her mind whispered while her heart raced with hope. Hope that she was wrong.
Beth leaned in close. “You’re his wild moon woman.”

They were all curious. Was one too curious?





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