Monday, May 4, 2020

Celebrate Lit Presents: Leaf Me Alone Review Promo Blast

Book Synopsis
A long lost child . . . and secrets that insist the lost remain lost! Word spreads through town about the genealogy researches of Shannon, Bailey, and Jessica. So far, it’s been a fun hobby and an eye-opening experience as they helped to solve two murders. But when old Mrs. Perkins, their Bible study leader, wants to hire Shannon and her husband Jayden to find her long-lost nephew, the couple soon learns that moving forward along the Perkins family tree may leave them dangling out on a limb . . . and someone is holding a saw!

Author bio: 

Freelance writer, award-winning author, and professional speaker, Julie B. Cosgrove leads religious retreats, workshops for churches and writer groups, and Bible studies. She writes regularly for several devotional publications and is on staff with Campus Crusades of Canada’s Power to Change digital ministry as editor and writer for The Life Project. Their websites help to lead thousands of people worldwide to know Christ, one mouse click at a time. Her own blog, Where Did You Find God Today? has readership in 52 countries.

Julie has published three Bible studies, a devotional, two inspirational guides, and has fifteen faith-based fiction novels published or contracted, including two cozy mysteries series, The Bunco Biddies Mysteries and the Relatively Seeking Mysteries. All can be viewed on her website:

Awarded one of the 50 Writers You Should Be Reading by the Author’s Show in 2015 and 2016, and Best Religious Fiction 2016, Best Cozy Mystery 2017 by Texas Association of Authors, Julie was also an INSPY semi-finalist and a Grace Awards Finalist in 2016. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers, Advanced Writers and Speakers Association, and the Christian Authors’ Network. She achieved the highest public speaking level in Toastmasters International, the Advanced Communication Gold, in 2015.

Julie is widowed and lives in Fort Worth, Texas where she is involved in mission and women’s ministries. She is a murder mystery aficionado—especially British ones—and loves word games.

Social media:
#Amreading, #mystery, Shannon hunts a long lost nephew with a possible murderer on her trail.
#Christian #fiction #mystery  Searching for long-lost relatives can be dangerous.
#mystery #Christian Is someone really killing hospice patients?

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My Review

Now this is the first book in this series that I have read, but I was not lost, and I loved and was quickly immersed in this story.
We are dealing with the inevitable, death, and the race is on here when a dear, bible study leader, friend asks Shannon to help her fiend her nephew, before it is too late.
Shannon's husband Jayden is soon helping, and you will love the relationship between these two. While we are searching in Florida, at home there is another story unfolding, one that will put your heart in your throat, and other members of the group are there!
This story has a lot of twists and turns, and sad but life changing happenings, with smiles and tears, you will be page-turning!

I received this book through Celebrate Lit. and was not required to give a positive review.

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