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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Hang 'Em High!

Author Tristi Pinkston is excited to announce the release of the third novel in her Secret Sisters Mysteries series.

Titled Hang ‘em High, this novel takes place on a dude ranch in Montana. When Ida Mae’s son invites her to come for a visit, of course she brings Arlette and Tansy along with her. They are expecting to spend the week looking at horses, avoiding the cows, and making amends in Ida Mae’s relationship with her son. What they don’t expect is to be stuck on the ranch in the middle of a blizzard and to be thrust headlong into the middle of a mystery.
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Help Tristi celebrate her new novel in two ways. First, come participate in the two-week-long blog contest, where you can win a book nearly every single day! All the details are up on Tristi’s blog.


Second, come to the book launch!
You are invited to an
August Authorama!
Saturday, August 13th
Pioneer Book, 858 S. State, Orem
12 – 4 pm
Games, prizes, balloons, face painting,
and Dutch oven cobbler
prepared by world champion cook
will all be there to sign books.
This is one book launch event
you will not want to miss!

11 comments:

AstonWest said...

I'm a sucker for cobbler, but unfortunately, it would be a bit of a drive to make it to the book launch... ;-)

Doralynn Kennedy said...

Sounds like a good book. I'll go check out Trish's blog.

Angie said...

Yeah, just a bit of a drive. ;)

Thanks for stopping by and following, Doralynn.

Doralynn Kennedy said...

My pleasure.

Melanie Goldmund said...

Books and food? Wish I could come!

Is anybody doing anything next summer in July? I might be in the U.S. then.

Angela Felsted said...

Tristi is really good at blog contests. And the premises of her stories are always intriguing.

Angie said...

Melanie, if you come to Utah I will personally make sure there is something going on!

Aubrie said...

What a neat title! "Hang 'em High"

A mystery and a blizzard...very exciting.

Melanie Goldmund said...

Awww, thanks, Angie! We don't know our travel plans yet and might not until February, but if we come, it'll definitely be to Utah, because my parents live in Salt Lake. :-)

Angie said...

I will keep my fingers crossed, Melanie.

Nisa said...

How fun! Wish I could be there!