Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Sunny Meadows Sees Perish in the Palm....

PERISH IN THE PALM: A Sunny Meadows Mystery
by Kari Lee Townsend

Hi, everyone! Sunny Meadows here ;) I am so excited. My author has written book 4 of the Fortune Teller Mystery Series now called A Sunny Meadows Mystery. You all saw the shenanigans my cat Morty and my boyfriend Detective Mitch Stone got into in Shenanigans in the Shadows. I have to say they are in a truce of sorts, but trouble of a different kind always has a way of finding me.

Check out the blurb and you'll see what I mean:

Psychic Sunshine Meadows knows first-hand just how quickly a lifeline can be cut short…


Sunny’s life is finally on track. Her fortune-telling business in the quaint town of Divinity, New York is running smoothly, her parents have finally stopped interfering, and her boyfriend Detective Mitch Stone has moved in with her. But then her life derails, leaving the palm of her hand empty and her dreams just out of reach. With Sunny’s mischievous cat Morty under foot and quirky Granny Gert flitting around, cohabitation with Mitch becomes nearly impossible. Then Sunny’s parents show up for her best friend’s wedding, causing all sorts of trouble. Sunny’s future is put on hold when the innkeeper’s lifeline is literally cut short at the reception, and Sunny's mother is named the prime suspect. Sunny must use her clairvoyant abilities to clear her mother’s name and take her life back in her own hands before the real killer gives a whole new meaning to ‘till death do us part…

So stay tuned, folks. You won't want to miss this latest installment that comes out in June!


5 comments:

  1. Another new-to-me series. I need to find a bookstore...

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    1. Awww thanks Elaine. I love writing this series.

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  2. What were your parents thinking? I went to my daughter's wedding, and there was trouble, but (I'm proud to say) I didn't cause it.

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  3. Kari Lee, please tell me I can get this in dead tree version. I love the series but don't love reading on e-readers or tablets.

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