Tuesday, July 11, 2017

An Unwilling Suspect by Jo A. Hiestand

His woman got killed trying to help him with a case.  He's struggling to get his head on straight.  He feels guilty.  He didn't ask her to but if he had a different job, she might not have died.  He quits the police force and goes to work as a stone mason.  If you work hard enough, you're too tired to think.  That's the theory anyway.

Goddess Fish Promotions and the author provided me with a copy of this book for review (thank you).  This is a blog tour and there are prizes mentioned at the end of the post.

A good friend suggests he go stay in someone else's summer house.  It's winter now and sitting vacant, it's be a change of scenery and maybe he can work his way through his grief.  The first thing that happens is a neighbor asks for his help.  Her maintenance man she uses is out of town and her faucet is leaking.  He agrees to look it.  He helps her with that issue and with a fallen tree.  But the tree was no accident.  Someone cut it down...  He's wondering who and how but not for long.  The next morning the police are they think he's killed his neighbor!

She had an ex-boyfriend that was abusive and is in town now.  The guy from the garage was playing with her butt and he had a few words with him.  Now she's been killed on the edge of the property he's using.  He didn't do it but the cops aren't sure. He begins to investigate and finds he really doesn't know anything at all.

When you weave your way through the tangled web of this mystery, you'll be surprised to find out who the spider is.  The killer wasn't someone I ever suspected.  The author does a good job of baiting you as the tale goes on.  I like it when the killer is someone I didn't suspect.

Jo A. Hiestand will be awarding a $30 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.  You can enter HERE.

Follow the tour and comment; the more you comment, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found HERE.


Happy reading and good luck! 

15 comments:

Goddess Fish Promotions said...

Thanks for hosting!

Mai T. said...

As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?

Jo A Hiestand said...

Good morning! Thank you for posting the review of my book -- I appreciate it!

Lisa Brown said...

congrats on the tour and thanks for the chance to win :)

Nikolina said...

This book sounds like something I'd really enjoy reading, thank you for sharing!

Jo A Hiestand said...

Hi, Mai. I wanted to be a writer since I was in grade school. It took me a while to accomplish that, but now that I do write, I think it's one of the best careers I could have chosen. It's fun to invent people and places and stories. Thank you for logging on!

Jo A Hiestand said...

Hi, Lisa. You're very welcome for the chance to win -- I'm glad you stopped by and entered the raffle drawing -- good luck!

Jo A Hiestand said...

Nikolina, thank you for your nice comment. I hope you like the book if you read it. Good luck on the raffle!

Victoria Alexander said...

Thanks for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the review!

--Trix

Jo A Hiestand said...

Victoria, I'm glad you could leave a comment. Thank you!

Jo A Hiestand said...

Trix, Thanks for logging on and commenting. I appreciate it!

Jo A Hiestand said...

I'll sign off for this evening. Thanks to everyone who logged on and left a comment. And thank you to my host for the kind review today.

Rita Wray said...

Sounds like a great read.

Ally Swanson said...

Congrats on the new book and good luck on the book tour!