Monday, June 12, 2017


We’ve got another another great week on the Suspense Sisters! Check out our posts, our interviews, and our awesome giveaways.


On our review page, senior reviewer Iola Goulton reviewsWEAVER’S NEEDLE by Robin Caroll. Iola says: “Weaver’s Needle was an excellent thriller, with lots of questions, lots of plot turns, an evildoer I didn’t see coming (although I might have if the novel hadn’t been so fast paced), and a real twist ending.”   

You can find her complete review HERE.  

On Tuesday, Suspense Sister Dana Mentink will share What’s Hot in Inspirational Suspense and Mystery.

On Wednesday we’ll hear from Suspense Sister Linda Kozar! She'll share: A Venture into Southern Gothic: My Visit to the William Faulkner House. She’ll also be giving away two free Audible versions of WEIGHTY MATTERS, one of her unique cozy mysteries!

Friday, we’re interviewing Amish author Susan Simpson. You could win a copy of her new novel, PLAIN HAVEN.  

Lilly Brandt was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Now she is running for her life—straight into a small, obscure Amish community in Southern Maryland. Now as Hannah Kurtz, she knows she won’t be staying in Cherry Hill long enough to form any attachments, but she hadn’t counted on meeting and being attracted to the kind, young man with the amazing blue eyes.

Jacob Beiler, a skilled young furniture maker, has made a vow of his own. After being jilted by the girl he trusted right before he was about to propose, he decides to focus strictly on honing his craft and guarding his heart from any future injury. When Hannah Kurtz enters his world, she drops into his mending heart as well. Against his better judgement, he allows himself to care again and to trust another woman.

When the Amish community discovers Hannah is not really Amish and that she is not even Hannah Kurtz, Jacob feels betrayed yet again. Will he be able to forgive Hannah’s necessary deception, or will he walk away from love forever?

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  1. Beverly Duell-MooreJune 12, 2017 at 5:11 PM

    Oh, I can't wait for Friday! "Save Haven" sounds like a great book!