I would also hope they enjoyed seeing the story unfold and move from one mystery to another while Michael solves his own mystery.
Whitney, Texas (PRWEB) October 04, 2013
“I love a mystery!” exclaims Blair. “The locations and scenes described have been personally witnessed many times over in my life, New Orleans, the tropics, hotels, etc. I enjoy reading other stories of places with which I am familiar, and I thought others might do the same.”
When his banana boat docks in New Orleans, Michael D’Angelo is ready for a vacation. Trouble is already brewing, and before Michael can even make it to Bourbon Street, he becomes entangled in a mystery. With the help of an intriguing young woman and the local police, Michael will have to crack the case before it’s too late.
An excerpt from “Michael D’Angelo”:
“We drove out I-10 west, and took exit 44. I knew approximately where we were. I had intended to visit the Houmas House and knew it was out this way. It appeared the outside glance I was to receive in a few minutes, would be the extent of the tour. I’m a procrastinator from way back, and again, I have put off until tomorrow what I should have done today. For me, there would be no tomorrow. Ever.”
Of her readers, Blair says, “I would also hope they enjoyed seeing the story unfold and move from one mystery to another while Michael solves his own mystery.”
By G.W. Blair
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 354 pages | ISBN 9781466997349
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 354 pages | ISBN 9781466997363
E-Book | 354 pages | ISBN 9781466997356
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About the Author
G.W. Blair received a B.A. in liberal studies at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas and an elementary school teaching certificate at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas. During that time, she spent over 30 years in partnership with her husband in a mechanical contracting business in Burleson, Texas.
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