Once upon a time, there was a jewel thief. Her name was Katia. She worked for The Government. Yes, that government. But one day, Kat took something she shouldn’t have. She really shouldn't have done that.
This is an intriguing tagline for Carol Kilgore's latest book release. Since the Insecure Writer's Support Group coincides with the same week as her cover reveal, it seems only fitting to combine both events. If you haven't already done so, you can visit Alex J. Cavanaugh, and the rest of the Insecure Writer's Support Group here.
The Top Ten Reasons Why I'm Insecure About Carol Kilgore's Secrets of Honor Cover Reveal
10. I've lost track of how many books Carol has written.
9. I haven't read as many book as Carol has written.
8. Carol's great at writing about sexy characters.
7. I write about my mom who's sexier than I am.
6. Carol writes mystery laced with humor.
5. Most of my humor remains a mystery to those who read it.
4. Secrets of Honor has a stunning cover.
3. I look stunning in a burqa.
2. Carol's bio is almost as entertaining as her books.
And the #1 reason why I'm insecure about Carol Kilgore's cover reveal:
1. No one does "Crime Fiction with a Kiss" better.
BLURB For Secrets of Honor
By the end of a long evening working as a special set of eyes for the presidential security detail, all Kat Marengo wants is to kick off her shoes and stash two not-really-stolen rings in a secure spot. Plus, maybe sleep with Dave Krizak. No, make that definitely sleep with Dave Krizak. The next morning, she wishes her new top priorities were so simple.
As an operative for a covert agency buried in the depths of the Department of Homeland Security, Kat is asked to participate in a matter of life or death—locate a kidnapped girl believed to be held in Corpus Christi, Texas. Since the person doing the asking is the wife of the president and the girl is the daughter of the first lady’s dearest friend, it’s hard to say no.
Kat and Dave quickly learn the real stakes are higher than they or the first lady believed and will require more than any of them bargained for.
The kicker? They have twenty-four hours to find the girl—or the matter of life or death will become more than a possibility.
Carol writes grocery lists, texts to her family, new lyrics to old songs for her dogs, love notes to her husband, and novels for herself. And for you. In between, she blogs weekly at Under the Tiki Hut and is active on Facebook and Twitter.
She sees mystery and subterfuge everywhere. And she’s a sucker for a good love story—especially ones with humor and mystery. Crime Fiction with a Kiss gives her the latitude to mix and match throughout the broad mystery and romance genres. Having flexibility makes her heart happy.
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