Tuesday, March 29

K is for……………………………..

Kathryn yes our very own Chrystal Jigsaw!




Author of.....Discovery at Rosehill!





If you enjoy suspense, mystery and nail biting excitement (well you must do - you ARE reading my blog!) this is a must!

From opening the first page this book drew me into it's deep dark spell and kept me captivated right throughout to the final words on the final page..... and to think it was penned by someone I know!

Having read Kathryn's blog for quite a few years there were elements I recognised/associated with - the house, the setting, the border collies this set the scene for an amazing script....but nothing could have prepared me for the journey I, the reader was about to take!

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23 comments:

  1. Oh wow! I'd love to read that book - it sounds like it's right up my alley or my cuppa tea, whatever...lol Do you actually know her or just through her blog? Is she British?

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  2. Where can I get this in Canada?
    Jane x

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  3. KOOL! I mean, cool!

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  4. You are very kind, Denise, a real friend (I'll pay you later!!). If anyone is interested in reading the Blurb and purchasing a copy of the book, details can be found at http://crystaljigsaw.blogspot.com/p/discovery-at-rosehill-blurb.html - It is available wherever you are; I post signed copies anywhere in the world or you can get a copy from Lulu.com. You can also download onto your Kindle.

    It's such an honour to have been featured on your blog today, thank you very much.

    Best wishes, Kathryn xx

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  5. Kathryn - believe me I am not just saying this - this book had me HOOKED! As you know I am heavily into our DIY and I was rushing to get the walls stripped of wallpaper so I could sneak another chapter in before my hot bath - then I would come out of the bath a bit earlier than normal so I could sneak another chapter! I savoured reading the last chapter as I didn't want the book to end - but I had to! For the sake of the main character - I owed it to her!

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  6. Sounds like a really good book.

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  7. Oooh, my mum said to me this morning, "I don't want this book to end, will there be a sequel?" Maybe, but it won't take as long to write I hope!!

    Thanks again, Denise xxx

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  8. Ooooooooooh a sequel? Hmmm all those interesting characters to follow up on!!!! Ooooooooooh!

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  9. What a great post for the day and I want to read this one! It sounds terrific! Thanks Denise for sharing the info and thanks to Kathryn for writing it! I do love a mystery!! Hope you both have a wonderful week!

    Terrific post for the K Day and so very true! I got into blogging nearly three years ago. I didn't retire until I was 67 and I was suddenly horrified at the idea of what I was going to do to keep my mind functioning. Blogging, creating a website, learning so many new things has been a real blessing, a challenge, entertainment and fulfillment all at the same time. Alzheimer's is a scary nightmare and just the daily realization of how poorly your memory functions as the years slip quickly by is troubling. So, I try to keep the mind busy! Hope you have a great week!

    Sylvia
    ABC Team

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  10. You definitely peaked my curiosity! I will also recommend to a friend who loves to read the 'whodunnits' genre of books.

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  11. It sounds wonderful - I'll give it a read!

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  12. Sounds like a great book and I do hope it is available in Canada. Id not I would love to pop into Kathryn's blog.

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  13. Congratulations again Kathryn - I know it has been a long haul for you!

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  14. I love mystery and suspense stories so thanks for the kind tip.

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  15. Beautiful K!

    Have a little tour of Korea, come by and see.

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  16. Thanks Denise! This is exactly the kind of book I like to read.I boughtbseveral books of Vicki Lane and she sent me her latest. They are also very captivating ! Blogging is very interesting and great fun. Thanks to all the creators of the various memes, including you, we learn a lot of the world. Last week I met the Canadian blogger Kay here near the windmills, only fifteen minutes from my home. We sat in front of the little souvenirshop having a cup of coffee in the sunshine. It was great.
    Good luck with stripping your walls.

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  17. Sounds as if this book ticks all my boxes ! I love mistery and crime stories ! I'll have a look on the link she gave. In Waterloo/Brussels it is rather difficult to get new English books.

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  18. I think you should get a (small) commission, Denise, for all the free publicity;-)
    It sounds like a real page-turner!

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  19. You've got me intrigued - want to read it now!
    Thanks!

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Thank you for your comments, always nice to know somebody has taken the time to let me know what they think.

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