Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Perils and Lace by Gayle Leeson - Book Blast

I'm super excited to be participating in a book blast for an author I was introduced to through her book last year.

Meet author Gayle Leeson, who also publishes under Gayle Trent, and her Ghostly Fashionista Mystery books.

I read book 1 in this series Designs on Murder and I absolutely loved it! I can't wait to read the newest installment in the series Perils and LaceSo check out the synopsis and enter the giveaway!

Other books I've featured by Gayle Leeson included cozy mystery Apples and Alibis, though from a different series.

Book: Perils and Lace

(Book 2 in the A Ghostly Fashionista Mystery)
Author: Gayle Leeson
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Publisher: Grace Abraham Publishing
Number of Pages - 212 (approx.)
Digital ASIN: B086KXY34W

A murderer outwitting a quirky flapper ghost? Seams unlikely!
Budding retro fashion designer and entrepreneur Amanda Tucker is thrilled about making costumes for Winter Garden High School’s production of Beauty and the Beast. But when the play’s director Sandra Kelly is poisoned, Amanda realizes there’s a murderer in their midst. She’s determined to keep herself and the students safe, so when her ghostly fashionista friend Max suggests they investigate, Amanda rolls up her sleeves and prepares to follow the deadly pattern…

About Gayle Leeson
As Amanda Lee, she wrote the Embroidery Mystery series, and as Gayle Trent, she writes the Daphne Martin Cake Mystery series and the Myrtle Crumb Mystery series. Going forward, Gayle intends to keep her writing until the Gayle Leeson name. She has a series of women's fiction novellas set in a shopping mall that has been converted to include micro-apartments (the Kinsey Falls series) and is enjoying writing the Ghostly Fashionista Mystery Series, the Down South Cafe series, and co-writing the Victoria Square series with Lorraine Bartlett.

Connect with Gayle Leeson via her website and book site as well as via Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, BookBub, and Goodreads.

From my 5-star review of Designs on Murder, which was one of my Top Books of 2019:

"Gee, that was awkward," she said. "I was sure you knew."
"That I'm a ghost."

In Designs on Murder, Amanda decides to go on a hunch and start her fashion business in Shops on Main, a building housing several other small businesses. There she discovers her ability to see the place's resident ghost, Maxine "Max" Englebright.

Soon after she settles in, Amanda is confronted by the death of one of the shop owners in the building.


Enter the giveaway using the link or widget below.

Purchase Link - Amazon 

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