THIRD MYSTERY NOVEL FROM
ELIZABETH AMBER LOVE
CONTINUES THE FARRAH WETHERS SERIES
MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE: BOOK #3 IS AVAILABLE MAY 1, 2017
HACKETTSTOWN, NJ, April 28, 2017– The third mystery novel, Miscarriage of Justice: A Farrah Wethers Mystery by Elizabeth Amber Love launches on May 1, 2017 and will be widely available in the retail market by Martini Publishing. Miscarriage of Justice is also part of Amazon’s Kindle Match Book program allowing consumers who buy the paperback edition to buy the ebook for only $.99. It’s also part of the Kindle Book Lending program. You can pre-order the Kindle version now[amazon_link asins=’B07255N3VW’ template=’PriceLink’ store=’amberunmasked-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’f751cb18-2c09-11e7-8f4d-f174fb0e053d’].
“Farrah Wethers and June Cho thought they had seen the darkest personalities of people before, but in this third book, they can’t believe how evil some can be,” said Love.
Massage therapist Farrah Wethers becomes friends with one of her pre-natal clients, a young tarot reader named Lenore Lexington. Lenore’s daily life should focus on her growing family, but instead she’s tormented by vicious abuse. Farrah and her best friend June Cho help protect Lenore. They race to solve who is responsible for the threats before Lenore is traumatized further.
“As with the previous two novels in the series, I was fortunate that artist Thomas Boatwright had the time and interest in making the cover of Miscarriage of Justice so beautiful and eerie,” Love said about her frequent artistic collaborator.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
“Miscarriage of Justice is a gripping mystery set in a vibrant suburban community filled with intrigue. Compelling characters with relatable family drama face off against modern-day threats in Love’s savvy, thrilling tale.”
– Thomas Pluck, author of Bad Boy Boogie and Blade of Dishonor
“Farrah is a good, believable mix of competent and ‘hot mess’ that will likely resonate with anyone who’s struggled to balance home and work. Beyond that, the story is intriguing and pulls the reader along in the way a well-told anecdote from a friend keeps you holding out on getting more wine until they’re done.” – excerpt from Neliza Drew for Criminal Element and author of All the Bridges Burning
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Elizabeth “Amber Love” is the author of comics, short stories, and a memoir. She’s the author of the medium-boiled amateur sleuth Farrah Wether Mysteries. She’s been published in the Anthony Award nominated “Protectors 2: Heroes”. She also hosts the Vodka O’Clock podcast featuring guests from arts and entertainment.
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Paperback & Digital:
I’ll gladly send book bloggers digital review copies. Please email me at amberlovescomics at gmail dot com to request it. As always, reviews/star ratings help potential readers see that a book has value. It’s not about being on a best seller list (that would be sweet) but more about people seeing that a story is worth their time and dollars. Plus, that also helps weave through online systems to be recommended by the robots, “readers who bought that, also bought this.”
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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Guster Nabu at Twitter @elizabethamber or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Other books in this series: Cardiac Arrest and Full Body Manslaughter.