James J. Cudney IV is a fellow blogger/writer I very much admire—not only for his writing talent, but for his personableness (yes, it’s a word, LOL) and support—but for his commitment to his craft. He’s currently doing a blog tour for his latest book and I felt compelled to jump on the bandwagon and provide a plug.
His new offering is Hiding Cracked Glass and it is available for pre-sale soon and will be officially published early October 2020. For those not in the know, it’s the sequel to the family drama Watching Glass Shatter. I’m stealing a bit of the blurb from Goodreads (I hope you don’t mind, Jay):
The wealthy Glass family lost its patriarch, Benjamin Glass, sooner than expected. Benjamin’s widow, Olivia, and her 5 sons each react to his death in their own way while preparing for the reading of his will. Olivia receives a very unexpected confession from her late husband about one of their sons that could shatter the whole family.
Intrigued? I certainly am. The sequel sounds no less riveting . . .
An ominous blackmail letter appears at an inopportune moment. The recipient’s name is accidentally blurred out upon arrival. Which member of the Glass family is the ruthless missive meant for? In the powerful sequel to Watching Glass Shatter, Olivia is the first to read the nasty threat and assumes it’s meant for her. When the mysterious letter falls into the wrong hands and is read aloud, it throws the entire Glass family into an inescapable trajectory of self-question.
I can’t wait! If you haven’t read Watching Glass Shatter—or Father Figure or any of Jay’s Braxton Campus mysteries—I heartily recommend you do. You won’t be disappointed. Every book is a solid, absorbing read (the mysteries being lighter and quite entertaining).
Besides being an author and blogger, Jay’s also a reader and reviewer, genealogist and researcher, and thinker. Can you spell p-r-o-l-i-f-i-c?
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