Hey, all! Later on today there will be a review of the romantic suspense anthology Love is Murder. Until then, this blog will be a stop on the blog tour for the anthology. Roxanne St. Clair is today's featured author. Here's an excerpt of her story in the anthology (which is awesome) and her authorial bio.
In spite of the cacophony under the marble dome of Antwerp’s Central Station, Donovan Rush heard the distinct tap of high heels about ten feet behind him. The main terminal echoed with a hundred different languages and shook with the shrill whine of high-speed train brakes on the platform levels, but the music of that familiar feminine drumbeat reached his ears and slowed his step.
Roxanne St. Clair is a New York Times bestselling author of twenty-seven novels of suspense and romance. Her most popular romantic suspense novels feature an elite cadre of bodyguards called The Bullet Catchers. In addition, she has published a trilogy focused on a family-based security firm known as The Guardian Angelinos. In 2012, Roxanne is launching a contemporary romance series set in fictional Barefoot Bay, as well as her first young adult novel, Don’t You Wish.
In addition to being a five-time RITA nominee and one-time RITA winner, Roxanne’s novels have won the National Reader’s Choice Award for best romantic suspense for two consecutive years, as well as the Daphne du Maurier Award, the HOLT Medallion, the Maggie, Booksellers Best, Book Buyers Best, and many others. Her books have been translated into dozens of languages and are routinely included as a Doubleday/Rhapsody Book Club Selection of the Month.
Roxanne lives in Florida with her husband and two teens, and can be reached via her website, www.roxannestclaire.com or on her Facebook reader page, www.facebook.com/roxannestclaire.
For more information about the Love is Murder blog tour - and details on how to win copies of the book throughout the tour, as well as read some great interviews on other participating blogs - go to this page on BookTrib's website.
Note, readers, that this was supposed to go up yesterday. I had it set to and thought I published it, but it didn't go up. Apologies to anyone following the blog tour, and I hope that you still get some interest in the anthology.