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Guest Blogger Terri L. Austin + Review

Hi and welcome to my blog! As part of a tour with CLP Tours, I have author Terri L. Austin here for a guest post, and I’m also sharing my review of Terri’s book, Diners, Dives, and Dead Ends.

Welcome to Storm Goddess Book Reviews, Terri! Glad to have you with us today.

Thanks so much for having me on Storm Goddess today! It’s great to be here. My debut Rose Strickland Mystery, DINERS, DIVES AND DEAD ENDS, is a humorous book filled with quirky characters and a twisty whodunit. [Read more...]

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A Reader Reviews – ”Diners, Dives & Dead Ends” by Michele Strangis Stefanides

POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT—I may be giving too much away in this review. I’m not sure I could talk about one of my favorite things about the book without revealing too much. I tried not to, but it’s possible, so if you don’t want to take the chance, stop reading now.

I’ve read thousands of books in my lifetime of reading (yes, I am that old), but Terri L. Austin’s debut novel, Diners, Dives, & Dead Ends, gave me a first—I fell in love with the bad guy! And I have a sneaking suspicion that Rose Strickland, the heroine in Austin’s new series of Rose Strickland Mysteries, may be doing the same thing. That possibility alone, not even considering the great characters and clever plot line, is enough to make me put Austin’s future books on my to-read list before they’re even released.

Diners, Dives, & Dead Ends

Austin’s crisp and clear writing is the perfect framework for Rose and her assorted friends and family to shine through. Although Rose is the star of the show, Austin creates a great group of supporting characters who quickly drew me in.

Rose, a struggling waitress and college student, is thrown for a loop when her dear friend Axton mysteriously disappears. When no one in authority takes her missing person report seriously, Rose determines to find him herself, convinced that he is in danger. [Read more...]

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