Who knew death could be so electric! #BookSpotlight #BookPromo #BlogBlitz #DeathAmongUs #ShortStories #MurderMystery @StephenBentley8 @Shalini_G26

Today I am thrilled to be taking part in the book blitz for Death Among Us. This was released on the 9th of July published by Hendry Publishing.

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Special thank-you to Shalini from Digital Reads Blog Tours for the invite and my spot on this tour.

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Book Blurb

Who knew death could be so eclectic?

Relish this mesmerizing murder mystery mash-up of short stories.

Murder and mystery have been the staple of literature and films for years. This anthology of short stories will thrill and entertain you. Some will also make you laugh out loud. Others will stop and make you think.

Think of this murder mystery short story anthology as a book version of appetisers or starters, hors d’oeuvre, meze, or antipasti. It can be read as fillers between books or, as is the case in some countries, as a bookish meze – in its own right.

There’s murder mystery styles and locations to suit all tastes: detective fiction, serial killers, scifi, histfic, England, Los Angeles, San Francisco, The Great Lakes, Las Vegas, the Nevada desert, Mexico and more in an exquisite exposition of the art of short story telling.

These stories come from an international cast of authors; some with bestselling books, others are emerging or new talents. Their roots, cultures, and life experiences are as diverse as their writing styles.

But one thing binds them together: they know how to tell a story.

Excerpts

From Justice is Never Served by Robbie Cheadle
The baby in the crib started to moan and thrash about as the temperature in the room dropped dramatically. The narrow lips of the dark shape at the newly opened door twisted into something that passed as a smile, an action which transformed her ugly face into a picture of pure evil and malevolence.  

From The Neighbours by Aly Locatelli
She found herself filled with bitterness and remorse as the door opened and two detectives filed in. One was tall and thin, the other short and stocky. Such a cliché it almost made her laugh. She bit her tongue, reached for her coffee, and said nothing. The two detectives introduced themselves as Detectives Spinner and Boyd, but the names were soon forgotten. 

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AudioBook Coming Soon

Good news for audiobook fans, Death Among us is coming soon to Audible, Amazon and iTunes. No release date has been set yet so watch this space. Except from the audio book as follows. Sounds great!

About the Authors

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Greg Alldredge:
Greg Alldredge grew up in the United States reading all the excellent Science Fiction and Fantasy of the past decades. He hopes to add his voice, in a small way, to the giants of the genres. He wants to write stories he himself would want to read and hopes to be successful as a storyteller first.

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Aly Locatelli:
Aly Locatelli is a 25-year-old book blogger and reviewer from the UK. She has been doing that for over five years and now started freelancing as a beta-reader, editor and proof-reader. Aly also aspires to be a writer. This is the first time any of her work has been published. 

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Justin Bauer:
Born in Columbus, Ohio, Justin Bauer studied English Literature at the Ohio State University, graduating in 2016. He is the author of three books.

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Kay Castaneda:
Kay Castaneda is retired from a career as a college writing instructor and special education tutor. She earned a B.A. and M.A. in English at Indiana University. Her publications include poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction in literary journals plus articles about education for scholarly reference books.

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Stephen Bentley:
Stephen Bentley is a former UK Detective Sergeant, barrister, and author of a bestselling undercover cop memoir. He also writes crime fiction.

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Robbie Cheadle:
Robbie, short for Roberta, Cheadle is a South African author with six published children’s picture books in the Sir Chocolate books series for children. She has also authored the Silly Willy series and a fictionalised biography about her mother’s life as a young girl growing up in an English town in Suffolk during World War II.

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Michael Spinelli:
Michael Spinelli is married with two children, a transplant from New York to Florida. Mike enjoys family time, reading, watching movies and of course, writing things that increase your heart rate.

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L. Lee Kane:
L. Lee Kane, M.A., known as Linda, is the author of several adult fiction books, and children’s books. She lives with her husband, two dogs, and seven horses in the Central Valley of California.

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Kelly Artieri:
Kelly Artieri is a professional illustrator and award-winning author of a personal memoir ‘A Spot in My Heart.’ Living in the Buffalo, New York area, Kelly is a passionate storyteller about real life. Now she is using her creative voice at story telling murder mystery style.

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Posthumously by ‘G’ (No image)
‘G’ or Gerry died in 2017. He used the name ‘G’ when writing short stories. This is how he described himself not long before his untimely death: G is a 69 yo Hippie, world traveler, straight talker/writer, with no regrets. He’s been writing since he found a sharp crayon and empty wall space.

Blog Tour

Make sure you follow the blog tour along the way to see what these awesome bloggers also thought about Death Among Us.

OCTOBER 27

Alakhnanda Alakhnanda  www.thebookxpert.wordpress.com

Jessica E Larsen www.jessicaelarsen.com

Jody Jody www.imallaboutbooks.com

Mani Mani www.manisbookcornerblog.wordpress.com

Didi Didi www.didoviatt.wordpress.com

OCTOBER 28

Jessica Jessica www.jessicabelmont.wordpress.com

Amy Amy www.zanybibliophile.wordpress.com

Kaili www.entertaininglynerdy.com

Donna www.donnasreadingchair.home.blog

OCTOBER 29

Angry Old Man www.angryoldmanbookreviews.com

Lili Lili www.lilisblissfulpages.wordpress.com

Nina Nina www.thecozypages.wordpress.com

Nicole Nicole www.thebookwormdrinketh.com

Misty Misty www.mistysbookspace.wordpress.com

OCTOBER 30

Mary Mary www.sophrilreads.com

Dora Dora www.swiftcoffee.blog

Noriko Noriko www.bookfiendsite.wordpress.com

Val Odylicious Val  www.bookblog200.wordpress.com

Jacquie Jacquie www.jacqbiggar.com

OCTOBER 31

Amanda Amanda www.writewhereiread.wordpress.com

Rekha Rekha www.thebookdecoder.com

Jolie Jolie www.readwithme.wordpress.com

Maya Maya www.mayabhat.com

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