Twitter Book Club Discussion: SOMEONE BAD and SOMETHING BLUE
Join us for our #blacklitchat Twitter party. Miranda Parker, co-host of Blacklitchat and suspense author is our July host for this chat. We will be discussing her novel, SOMEONE BAD and SOMETHING BLUE (Kensington, July 2012).
Miranda Parker is the author of the Angel Crawford series. After graduating from Agnes Scott, she worked as a features editor for various magazines and spent many years as a publicist. She began writing features for newspapers and magazines, focusing on subjects in lifestyle, religion arts and entertainment and published over fifty articles. However, writing fun, feisty, redemptive, “bad girl gone good” stories is her passion. She began writing fiction in 2005 after she took an online writing workshop taught by Chuck Palahniuk. Now Miranda Parker writes comic romance suspense novels. Miranda has appeared at the 2011 National Book Club Convention, the 2011 Decatur Book Festival, the 2012 SC Book Festival and has been featured in The Atlanta Journal Constitution, RT Book Reviews and Publishers Weekly. She resides with her family in Georgia. Visit her at www.mirandaparker.com.
SOMEONE BAD and SOMETHING BLUE. . .
In the bestselling tradition of Janet Evanovich, Miranda Parker's debut novel, A Good Excuse To Be Bad, brilliantly blended mystery and humor, and introduced a beautiful, brainy, and tough-as-nails, single mom and bail recovery agent turned sleuth. In Parker’s second novel, Angel Crawford has a lot on her plate—but between crime-solving and kindergarten carpool, it’s all in a day’s work…. Angel Crawford appears to be on good terms with her family and on the cusp of a budding romance with her sidekick/pastor/crush, Justus Too-Hot-to-Be-Holy Morgan. But Angel still hasn’t solved a mystery that has haunted her for six years -- her fiancé's, Gabriel, murder. Then she receives a mysterious delivery on her doorstep that not only splits Gabe’s case wide open, but sends her on a chase through Atlanta’s secretive speakeasy society, the annual Running of the Brides, and a romp around the Okefenokee Swamp with a hot U.S. Marshall. Will Angel find the answers she seeks, or just unearth more danger?
"This book takes you on a dance and never lets you sit down!" Emerge VA Magazine
“From the first paragraph to the last, Parker has readers engrossed in the world of shady characters, secrets, romance and lies.” APOOO Book Club
“Miranda Parker has done it again. She has created an exciting tale that keeps you on the edge of your chair trying to figure whodunit.” World Mosaic Reviews
“It was just what I needed: a fun rumble in the jungle with cool characters and plenty of action.” – Independent Online Booksellers Association