Hey-ho, it’s Rey. The Boss is having a meltdown; they’ve changed WordPress and she can’t find anything!! I can’t blame her (it’s <bleeping< annoying).
Not only is Forever Poi, the fourth Triple Threat Investigation Agency mystery, still available today for 99 cents . . . so is Coco’s Nuts! Woo-hoo (do people still say that?) He-he.
So-o, you may already know what Poi is about, but just in case, there’s a wee rundown below, let me tell you about crazy Coco, someone we tracked down in our second official case as Oahu private eyes.
JJ, Linda and I have to prove that socialite-turned-trucker Buddy Feuer didn’t shoot her boss, infamous entrepreneur Jimmy Picolo. Despite what police believe and evidence suggests, we’re sure Buddy has been set up. In our search for answers, we have to contend with a slew of suspects. A lot of people hated Picolo enough to kill him, but locating the one who pulled the trigger really proves challenging. Our detecting travels lead us along a few detours—like the world of gambling and “limb-breakers”.
Forever Poi has the three of us at Triple Threat Investigation Agency (that name, by the by, was my awesome idea) tracking down the culprit that torched two Chinatown art galleries . . . and left two charred bodies in the rubble. There’s a slew of suspects: a haughty gallery owner with a questionable past, an art consultant as treacherous as she is beautiful, a risk-happy photographer who lives on the edge, and an aspiring manager with a dicey history. There are some great motives, too . . . like a major insurance pay-out, an ugly break-up, vengeance, and a cover-up for past transgressions.
Here are a couple of Amazon links:
Hope I piqued your interest! Catch ya tomorrow (if Boss Lady doesn’t cancel WordPress)!
Or rather, my books have now gone through imprintation (which doesn’t appear to be a valid word, actually, but hey, what’s wrong with adding new ones to the lot?)
The Triple Threat Investigation Agency series—The Connecticut Corpse Caper, Can You Hula Like Hilo Hattie, Coco’s Nuts, and Forever Poi—are now formally part of the Next Chapter catalog! How exciting is that? The P.I. gals (JJ, Rey, and Linda) and I officially belong to a recognized publishing house. We’d woo-hoo, big time, but no one really does that anymore . . . do they? Oh, what the heck—WOO-HOO!
If you have a second or two, dear friends and followers, we humbly ask (beg, plead, promise to be your BFF) that you visit one or all of the links to check us out.
Hey, it’s Rey. The Boss is de-stressing . . . again (poor thing). So I volunteered to post today. Topic? An easy one—I didn’t have to give it any thought—coz the Next Chapter folks sent a cool email the other day.
The publishing company is expanding their book marketing and joining up with Prolific Works, previously known as InstaFreebie. How whizbang is that? Very! Because this allows readers to claim a FREE preview—not the whole thing, folks—of Next Chapter books. (JJ, Linda and I’d love for you to take a look at our adventures!)
Good news for you. They’ve provided links to The Boss’ book page, so you can take a gander (an expression Cousin Jilly and The Boss like to use). A favor from yours truly: please check out the Prolific Works giveaways by clicking on these links:
A quick shameless self-promotion post – nothing new if you’ve seen my recent Facebook posts – but worth mentioning (again) from this humble author’s perspective.
Forever Poi, the fourth in the Triple Threat Investigation Agency series, is available for .99 through September 9th on Amazon, thanks to a New Chapter promotion. This case has private eyes JJ, Rey, and Linda solving a double-arson and murder—specifically, who torched two Oahu Chinatown art galleries and left two charred bodies in the rubble? The trio encounters a sundry of suspects, each possessing a viable motive for having done so—insurance collection, unwanted lover, dicey past, sour grapes …?
The gals would love for you to accompany them as they track leads and clues, encounter strange and suspicious persons, and become embroiled in one of their most puzzling cases yet.
On a different note, I want to extend heartfelt gratitude to those who’ve provided me with much needed [I’m so lost] and much appreciated [I’d be lost without you] support and advice. Jay, Jina, and Sean—thank you, thank you, thank you!