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10/19/12

Maui Widow Waltz Book Blast - Give Away

A book setting in Hawaii is quite interesting. I love when there are books with island settings. I guess I'm partial, being an island girl and all.

I definitely want to read these books!

Maui Widow WaltzMaui Widow Waltz

Even "death do us part" couldn't spoil her wedding day plans... Wedding planner Pali Moon is thrilled when a would-be bride shows up at "Let's Get Maui'd" inquiring about a lavish beach wedding. That is, until she learns it must be on Valentine's Day, just nine days away. Oh yeah,and one other little hitch: the groom disappeared at sea a week earlier. But the bride's convinced he'll be found safe and sound, so she's got a plan--and a man--to do a proxy ceremony if necessary. The day before the big nuptials a man's body washes ashore on a South Maui beach. Has the groom finally shown up? If so, what's it going to be--a wedding...or a funeral? This is the FIRST book in the "Islands of Aloha Mystery Series".

Author JoAnn Bassett

JoAnn Bassett grew up in Seattle, but always preferred palm trees to pine trees. She owned a firefighter training business and raised a son, always hoping to someday make a day at the beach an everyday reality. In 1996, she and her husband bought a home on Maui and made the dream come true. Purchase on Amazon. Follow the author on: Website | Facebook | Twitter The author is giving away an Islands of Aloha Gift Box, with signed print copies of the first three books in the "Islands of Aloha Mystery Series" along with great Hawaiian goodies such as Kona-style coffee, special tropical tea, yummy bath products with paradise scents. It's like a quick trip to Hawaii--without the annoying TSA pat-down!

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About the author: Owner of JamericanSpice. Sharing my journey in the present, from the past or thoughts for my future. Mom of two who loves to travel and read and decipher people. Please read my disclosure 
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11 comments :

  1. Nancy Drew was my favorite. Been a long time since I was here. Good to see you!

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  2. I used to read all the Nancy Drew mystery novels too. Later I subscribed to the Ellery Queen magazine which housed many mystery stories and whetted my appetite for more intrigue.

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  3. I have so many favorites. My current favorite series is the Ian Rutledge series by Charles Todd, set post WWI.

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  4. l;oved nancy drew!
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  5. Alex Cross series by James Patterson
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  6. I like Miss Marple.

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  7. I am partial to Jonathan Kellerman's Alex Delaware

    theresa _ heppner at yahoo dot com

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  8. I'd have to agree with others and go with nancy Drew

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  9. My favorite is the culinary mystery series by Diane Mott Davidson.

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