Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Your Eight O'Clock is Dead by Kat Jorgensen

Becca Reynolds is having a bad day. Her grandfather's lecture (#405: Eat a Healthy Diet or Die Not Trying) makes her late for her job at Daley and Palmer, the psychiatrists' office where she works as the office manager--her title, not theirs. Then her sausage and egg breakfast biscuit creates an oil slick that takes out half her desk, along with that day's patient files. But she knows the day has taken a really bad turn when she discovers the firm's eight o'clock patient dead with Dr. Dick Daley's letter opener opening the patient instead of the mail.

With the fledgling firm in danger of an early demise, Becca appoints herself the unofficial investigator since the police seem to be looking in all the wrong places and doing a half-assed job of solving the crime. She begins a journey to find the killer, keep the practice afloat and with it, her job. In the course of her interfere--er, investigation--she finds a virtual cast of characters who could have done it, including the fancy side piece of the murder victim, his wife, his business partner, and even his psychiatrist.

The case takes Becca from the sordid depths of the Russian mob, to the upscale West End of Richmond, Virginia (known locally as River City), and even to her own backyard. In the course of the story she finds herself in hot water, hot danger, and with dreams of hot men.

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March 21- Amie Louellen- Review & Q&A

March 22- Amie Louellen- Guest Post

March 22- Mrs. Mommy Booknerd’s Book Reviews- Review & Q&A

March 24- My Life, My Randomness- Novel Spotlight

March 26- Turning the Pages- Novel Spotlight & Guest Post

Author Bio:

A notorious daydreamer, Kat knew it was only a matter of time before she became a writer. She learned to read by age four and had her first library card before her fifth birthday. To this day, she can lose herself for hours among the books at her local library or neighborhood bookstore. Ebooks and online ordering have made it really easy for her to keep her To Be Read pile from ever going down. A native of Richmond, Virginia, Kat is married with children and has a cranky tuxedo cat named Ben. 
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  1. Thank you so much for having me on the tour, Samantha!

  2. Thanks for letting me host you Kat!

    1. It's been a great tour, Samantha. I highly recommend your tour services and will let all of my friends know. Thank you once again!

  3. Thank you so much Kat! Glad you had a good experience :)


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