Monday, November 17, 2014

Book Tour and giveaway- Frame Change by T'Gracie and Joe Reese

I am thrilled to be part of this book tour. Frame Change by T'Gracie and Joe Reese is the Fifth book in the series and I really enjoyed reading it.Leave a comment and email and you could win a copy of this book ! 
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Frame Change
by T’Gracie and Joe Reese

23184827Frame Change:
A Nina Bannister Mystery (The Nina Bannister Mysteries Book 5)

Cozy Mystery
Publisher: Cozy Cat Press
File Size: 528 KB
Print Length: 233 pages

 Nina Bannister loves to paint, and she thinks her hobby is painless enough. But she is wrong. Her love of doing seascapes leads to a friendship with a young ex docent from The Chicago Art Museum–and to their entry into the murky and dangerous world of international art smuggling.
Can she save her young friend, who has been kidnapped to the mountains of southern Austria? Can she determine the identity and motives of the mysterious Red Claw? Can she see the real painting that is hidden beneath the false one?
 Her success in these matters–indeed her very survival–depend on her ability to perform a last ditch Frame Change!
My review:
I didn't read the first books in the series and wasn't sure if it would make this book harder to read but having read it , I can say that it was an easy read.They kept you engaged in the story and made you want more when it was over. I know for sure that after reading this one I will go back and pick up the other ones to.The characters are strong and the story is so good. I could see each scene played out and really loved that. 

Authors Pam and Joe Reese (2)
About These Authors
Pam (T’Gracie) Britton Reese is an Assistant Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne. She has published books about autism with LinguiSystems. She enjoys teaching and research, but is never happier than when plotting (with her husband) a new murder, or coming up with ways that Nina Bannister can solve it.
Joe Reese is a novelist, playwright, storyteller, and college teacher. He has published seven novels, several plays, and a number of stories and articles. He and his wife, Pam have three children: Kate, Matthew and Sam.
Author Links 
  • Twitter: Nina Bannister@NinaBFurl
  • Facebook: Nina Bannister
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  1. I've yet to read a book by these authors. They're books sound interesting and something I would love to try. Thanks for this wonderful introduction.

  2. Oh this sounds fun! I love mysteries involving art smuggling! I'm glad to hear you can go into this series at any point. I'll definitely have to look for this one.

  3. I am always afraid of book series for fear that I won't understand what is going on or went on in the past but your comment calmed me down. Art smuggling and art forgery are very interesting to me. My great grandfather was an artist and his work was described in book for the area that he painted in. I still have the book. Years later, I found out that the married couple had been found to be forgers of paintings! You can imagine my surprise. I keep the newspaper article in the book that they wrote!


  4. This is a new series for me and it sounds intriguing.
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  5. I haven't heard of this series before. But it sounds like it may really be a good one to check out.

    Angie Young

  6. I haven't heard of this series before, but you have me wanting to try it. Thanks for the contest.

  7. Always looking for new cozies to read.

  8. This cozy sounds unique and enjoyable. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

  9. Sounds like a good, interesting book.


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