Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Four Mystery/Adventure Novels

Four Mystery/Adventure Books with a touch of romance!

“One thing I admire about Linda Weaver Clarke’s writing is that she desires to put the reader right there with her characters by describing the setting so well that you are swept away. From page one Linda eloquently describes in interesting details the surroundings and the feelings of her characters. I love when I begin reading a book and am taken in! The relationships and the communication between the characters is top notch.” –Melanie Ski, Jubilee Reviews

MYSTERY AND ADVENTURE WITH A TOUCH OF ROMANCE

Book or Ebook: Anasazi Intrigue: The Adventures of John and Julia Evans
Review: This is the first book I’ve read by Linda Weaver Clarke and I’m already hooked. The first pages grab you right in and grab at your heartstrings as you read about the destruction caused by the flood. When Julia and John fight for their lives, readers will be on the edge of their seats for this one. There’s also romance in the mix. John and Julia’s marriage is strong and they are quite supportive of each other. Even when they have their ups and downs, it’s not for long and they get right back into each other’s arms. It’s nice to see a relationship portrayed this way. Very realistic and believable. This series is a “must read” for me. And...my Socrates Great Book Alert Award! –Socrates Book Review

Ebook: Mayan Intrigue: The Adventures of John and Julia Evans
Review: What starts out as a romantic trip quickly turns into a dangerous adventure among the Mayan ruins and jungles, and the vacationers are on the run from thieves--and wild animals! Excitement prevails! This book is full of mystery and suspense. Linda’s writing is lively and down-to-earth; she has the ability to make you feel as if you're in these stories, along with John and Julia, trying to decipher the truth and escape from harm. –Suko’s Notebook


Ebook: Montezuma Intrigue: The Adventures of John and Julia Evans
Review: I am charmed by her new book, Montezuma Intrigue. The mysteries continue as this author entrances us with life-like characters and electrifying adventures. The search for Montezuma's treasure is both exciting and memorable. There are also a few romances, and some surprises as well, which kept my reading pleasurable and lively. I enjoyed the adventure and suspense in her latest novel, which kept me reading well into the night. –Suko’s Notebook 


Book or Ebook: Desert Intrigue: The Adventures of John and Julia Evans
Review: Romance, Mystery, and Regional History Collaborate to Create a Satisfying, Intriguing Story! It was difficult to put this one down. I cared about the characters, I cared about their ranch, and I was brainstorming right along with this delightful family, figuring out how to either remove the curse or solve the mystery that threatened to destroy their way of life. There are children flirting with romance, relational complexities, and a wedding in the works that just won’t seem to come together. The writing is clear and lively, never calling attention to itself or getting in the way of the story. The touches of humor and inclusion of regional history tie it all together to make a satisfying story all the more fascinating. Highly recommended! –Steve Miller, Author


These books may be purchased for only $12.95 from my website, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble. Visit my website at Make Believe! They are also available as an e-book.

21 comments:

Library Lady said...

Dear Linda,
I would love to win a hard copy of the book, "Anasazi Intrigue".
I too am intrigued by abandoned homes & home sites.
I always wonder about the people who lived there, what they did for a living, and why they had to leave.
Thanks for entering me in your giveaway.
Janet E.
von1janet(at)gmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I would be interested in either Mayan Intrigue because I have been to a few ruins and love to read about them, or Montezuma's Intrigue just because it sounds 'intriguing'. A signed hard copy would be nice, but an ecopy works, too. Thanks for the giveaway!
Bonnie Hilligoss/bonhill@speakeasy.net

laurie said...

I would love to win a hard copy of the book, "Anasazi Intrigue".
I too am intrigued by abandoned homes & home sites.

Anonymous said...

I would love to win either an e-book version of Anasazi Intrigue. I am also curious about the Mayan Intrigue, having visited Machu Picchu a couple of years ago, which had the most profound effect on me.

Many thanks,

Orna
ornaobeirne(at)hotmail(dot)com

Meghan said...

"Montezuma Intrigue" looks great! I have been to Montezuma's Castle in Arizona. It was incredible. I couldn't imagine living in the side of a cliff like that.
Thanks for the giveaway! And I would prefer a hard copy.

mestith at gmail dot com

suzie said...

I would like to win a hard copy of Anasazi Intrigue
I love mystery of any kind & am thrilled to have found a new author

Sara said...

All of these books sound really, really good! I would love hard copies, but I can do ebooks as well. Thanks for this awesome giveaway!
sdoyle@sucocoopwb.com

Dale said...

They all sound interesting but particularly Mayan Intrigue. Would love to win any of them.
dharcombe(at)bigpond(dot)com

andie said...

Hard copies are best for me - I currently do not have an e-reader of anytype. abrennan09@hotmail.com

Holly Underhill said...

Hello, thanks for the amazing giveaway! I would love to win a hard copy of Mayan Intrigue, or even Montezuma Intrigue. They sound great, and I've always loved to read about the Mayan culture. I would enjoy that one a lot.
skizzles_22_hju at yahoo dot com

Darlene said...

I'd love to win a Kindle copy of Anasazi Intrigue because that's the first one in the series.

Thanks for the giveaway!

darlenesbooknook at gmail dot com

bn100 said...

I'd like to read a hardcopy of Anasazi Intrigue because the married couple aspect sounds interesting.

I'd like to read a hardcopy (ebook's okay) of Mayan Intrigue because the story sounds suspenseful.

I'd like to read a hardcopy (ebook's okay) of Montezuma Intrigue to find out what the adventures are.

I'd like to read a hardcopy of desert Intrigue because the children part sounds interesting.

bn100candg(at)hotmail(dot)com

LAWonder said...

I would love to win a copy of 'Anazazi Intrigue'. I love hard copies and I am able to read and review them faster than those on my kindle.
You are a great writer. I enjoy the adventure in your "Intrigue" series.
Thank you for the giveaway.

Nicole Casey said...

I would like to win Anasazi Intrigue: The Adventures of John and Julia Evans. A hard copy book.
This particular book grabbed my attention because of the struggles that my husband and I have been through with an ill child.
Thank you for the great giveaway!

Alenette said...

Linda,
I would live to win a hard copy of the book. "Anasazi Intrigue: The Adventures of John and Julia Evans"
"Even when they have their ups and downs, it’s not for long and they get right back into each other’s arms. It’s nice to see a relationship portrayed this way. Very realistic and believable."
I love reading books that have a very strong true love. It's very intriguing like the title.
Alenette B.
balenette@gmail.com

Megan R said...

Wow, these sound like an exciting bunch of books. I'm most interested in Mayan Intrigue, since I love ruins!

Thank you!
meganlikesbooksblog(at)gmail(dot)com

VampedChik said...

All of these sound like they would be amazing reads! My top pick would have to be Mayan Intrigue though. They have always fascinated me. Id prefer hardcopy if possible. Thanks so much! and thanks for being part of the hop! I love these things cause I find lots of new authors and books to read! :)
-Amber
goodblinknpark(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

Karen Arrowood said...

All of these books sound interesting to me. I love a good mystery, and when there is an ancient culture involved, that just sweetens the deal. While I do prefer physical books, I love ebooks as well. Kindle is my preferred ebook format.

Thank you for this opportunity.
Karen Arrowood
karen.arroweood@sbcglobal.net

Linda Weaver Clarke said...

Congratulations Alenette and Library Lady. I have chosen two winners for my books this week. I hope you enjoy Anasazi Intrigue and I hope it uplifts you.

Linda Weaver Clarke said...

The ebook winners are Bonnie, Orna, Sara, Dale, Darlene, BN100, Meagan R, Karen A. Congratulations! I hope you enjoy my ebooks. I also hope that my book uplifts you.

Alenette said...

Dear Linda,
I am glad very grateful and I can't wait to read it! *squeals* Thank you very much! >.<