Good news for bargain book hunters! For the next two weeks, THE WOMAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH is being promoted everywhere for the special price of $1.99. The sale is at all etailers (Amazon, B&N, etc.), and there will be a BookBub promotional “blast” emailing soon. It will also be featured in several other newsletters in the USA, Canada, Great Britain, and Australia. This is only for two weeks, so get ’em while the sale lasts.
This is the second book in my series featuring Nora Baron, the Long Island wife, mother, actress, and college drama teacher who occasionally works for her husband’s employers. Her husband is a CIA agent, so her assignments are unusual–and dangerous. She was introduced in MRS. JOHN DOE, and her next adventure, THE SPY WHO NEVER WAS, will be published in January 2018.
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