Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Author Spotlight- Blog Tour- Marilyn Meredith

It is a pleasure to be part of Marilyn Meredith's blog tour. Marilyn is the Author of Murder in the Worst Degree.

Book Description

 April 2, 2014
Officer Gordon Butler is called to the scene of a body washed up on the beach, a new police chief makes changes, a rapist attacks two women, Ryan and Barbara Strickland’s baby is born, but he faces an even bigger test, Detectives Milligan and Zachary follow a twisted path of clues to find a killer in Murder in the Worst Degree.

“As always, all the plot lines are completed, and the ending is very satisfying. This is a great read and highly recommended.”
—Larry K. & Lorna Collins, author of The Memory Keeper
“doesn’t neglect the drama of her character’s lives in this most enjoyable short novel.”
—C.K. Crigger, author of Two Feet Below and Three Seconds to Thunder
“Another 5 stars for Meredith! I like this book because it deals realistically and humanely with true crises or opportunities...special needs children, Alzheimer’s Disease, end-of-life decisions, and balancing careers and marriage.”
—J.L. Greger, author of Ignore the Pain.

My Review:

I was asked to read and review this book for her blog tour and I'm glad I did, I really enjoyed reading this well- written, fast- paced whodunit! Marilyn pulls you in from the start and keeps you on the edge of your seat. The characters are great and after reading this one you feel like you know them more and are part of the plot. 

This is the first one I have read in this series and after reading it, I will be going back to the beginning of the series so I can enjoy it as a whole. 

Thank you for letting me be part of this tour.


  1. Thank you, Shelley, for having me as a guest and for the great review!

  2. And for anyone following my tour, tomorrow I'll be visiting Mary Welk at and talking about social issues in my series.

  3. This book sounds very interesting. From the reviews, it seems to cove the whole gamut of lives' trials and emotions.

  4. Thank you so much for stopping by, Mary Anne, I was beginning to feel lonely.


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