FINDERS OF LOST LOVE by Nhys Glover & Flashpoint – Book Blitz


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Book Description:

 

Riley Anderson comes to you

because she has no other choice. Her fiancé, an investigative journalist, has

been kidnapped by the mob and the police will do nothing to find him for

twenty-four hours. By then, she’s sure Leo will be dead

Something is seriously wrong, you can sense it.

But you’re a newbie Private Investigator with little experience and few friends

to assist you. Can you save the day, or will your inexperience get both Leo and

Riley killed?

You are the only one who can locate the clues

hidden in the twelve short stories, plucked from 4 – 5 star romance novels by

bestselling authors: Jennie Marts, Bev Pettersen, Marie Treanor, Debora Dennis,

Red L Jameson, Dariel Raye, Kayelle Allen, Ann Omasta, Lana Williams, Sydney

Jane Baily, Nhys Glover and Tonya Plank.

You are the only one who has any chance of

succeeding.

Will you take on the case?

Excerpt:

“How long has he been missing, Miss…?” I should

have gotten her name first. My bad. But the people side of this business wasn’t

my strong suit.

“Riley Anderson. And my fiancé is Leo Caravaggio.”

She fished her phone out of her pocket and thrust it towards me so I could see

a series of photos of Leo and her in impromptu selfies.

I frowned. I knew his name, and not just because it belonged

to an Old Master.

“What’s wrong? Why are you frowning?” she demanded

anxiously.

“Nothing. I just recognise your fiancé’s name, but I

don’t know where from.” I tried to remain aloof, but I could feel the last

of my professional distance slipping through my fingers like sand.

“Oh, is that all? You probably know his blog. He’s an

investigative journalist and blogger. He specialises in organised crime

exposés. That’s why I know he’s in terrible trouble. Deadly trouble.”

She

twisted her hands on her lap, and I winced in sympathy. If she kept that up

she’d break a finger.

“How do you know he’s been kidnapped? I assume that’s

what you think has happened.”

“Yes. I think the mob took him. More specifically, the

Donetti syndicate. They were the ones Leo was researching. He wouldn’t tell me

much about it because he worried I might end up in trouble if I knew too much.

But now he’s the one in trouble, and I just don’t know enough to help

him!” Riley wailed the last part as she teetered on the edge.

She was beginning to shatter. If I wanted to stop her, I had

to refocus her on what she did know.

“When did he go missing?”

“Two hours ago. It took me that long to get rejected by

the police and find you on the net. It says you specialise in missing persons…

That’s right, isn’t it?” Once again, I could see doubt in her eyes.

“How do you know he’s not just following a lead? I know

from personal experience that I can go off-the-grid for as much as a day when

I’m on the trail –”

“Because we were supposed to meet for lunch,” she

interrupted impatiently. “And he didn’t arrive. I’d only spoken to him

half an hour before, and he was fine and on his way then.

“Even if he’d received last minute information that

required him to take off, he would have let me know. He’s considerate like

that. And he hasn’t checked in with any of his contacts, or the paper, and his

phone is dead.”

“Do you live together?”

“Yes. For a year now. Why?”

“Because it will make checking out his personal

property easier. Does he work from home?”

“Yes. He does freelance work for the Courier, but he works from home. All his

files are there.”

“What do you do for a living, Miss Anderson?”

“Call me Riley. I’m a buyer for a department store.

It’s a hectic job and it was a big deal for me to take an extended lunch today

– for our anniversary. That’s why I knew Leo was in trouble. This was a special

date.”

I thought quickly. There wasn’t a lot to go on. But maybe if

I checked out their place, I’d get some ideas. It was a start. And my gut was

telling me that Riley was right. Her fiancé was running out of time. I had to

find him before the Donettis made mincemeat of him.

Bio:

Flashpoint

Finds was created to meet the needs of both readers and authors struggling

to find each other amidst the glut of second-rate fiction clogging the media

streams. It is the brainchild of award winning romance author, Nhys Glover, who

had become increasingly frustrated, as both as a reader and a writer, by the maze

of ebooks hitting the cybershelves. So she decided to do something to shortcut

the labyrinthine search for good books. A game player from way back, she set

about combining satisfying short-story flashpoints from a collection of best-selling

authors with a mystery treasure hunt that could net players prizes. The result

was an innovative way for readers to discover new pathways to quality reading

material and authors to find new appreciative audiences for their beloved books.

More than a novel, more than a game, and more than a research project,

Flashpoint Finds is a fun new way to find books you’ll love!

 

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