Saturday, October 22, 2016

Blog Tour and Giveaway- Body on the Bayou by Ellen Bryon

I am thrilled for this blog tour. Body in the Bayou by Ellen Bryon was released on September 13th.

Series: A Cajun Country Mystery (Book 2)
Hardcover: 320 pages
Publisher: Crooked Lane Books (September 13, 2016)
Language: English


The Crozats feared that past murders at Crozat Plantation might spell the death of their beloved estate, but they’ve managed to survive the scandal. Now there’s a très bigger story in Pelican, Louisiana: the upcoming nuptials between Maggie Crozat’s nemesis, Police Chief Rufus Durand, and her co-worker, Vanessa Fleer.

When everyone else refuses the job of being Vanessa’s Maid of Honor, Maggie reluctantly takes up the title and finds herself tasked with a long list of duties–the most important of which is entertaining Vanessa’s cousin, Ginger Fleer-Starke. But just days before the wedding, Ginger’s lifeless body is found on the bayou and the Pelican PD, as well as the Crozats, have another murder mystery on their hands.

There’s a gumbo-potful of suspects, including an ex-Marine with PTSD, an annoying local newspaper reporter, and Vanessa’s own sparkplug of a mother. But when it looks like the investigation is zeroing in on Vanessa as the prime suspect, Maggie reluctantly adds keeping the bride-to-be out of jail to her list of Maid of Honor responsibilities in Body on the Bayou.

What's not to love about book two in the Cajun Country mystery series. Filled with action and humor,drama and witty characters this fast-paced mystery will keep you guessing until the end who the murderer is.

About The Author –

Ellen’s debut novel, PLANTATION SHUDDERS: A Cajun Country Mystery, has been nominated for an Agatha Best First Novel award, a Lefty for Best Humorous Mystery, and a Daphne Award for Best Mainstream Mystery. The second Cajun Country Mystery, BODY ON THE BAYOU, will be available in September 2016. Ellen’s TV credits include Wings and Just Shoot Me; she’s written over 200 magazine articles; her published plays include the award-winning Graceland and Asleep on the Wind. Ellen Byron is a native New Yorker who lives in Los Angeles and attributes her fascination with Louisiana to her college years at New Orleans’ Tulane University.

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  1. That dog on the cover just begs you to read this book.

  2. Wonderful cover and it sounds like a great book!

  3. Sounds great.
    Have to get the first so I'll be
    ready to catch up with this one.

  4. captivating and special. Thanks for this lovely feature and giveaway.

  5. Great cover! Can't wait to read "Body on the Bayou", a Southern plantation is the perfect setting for a murder mystery.

  6. Shelley, thanks so much for the wonderful review!! Good luck, everyone.

  7. What better setting than a Louisiana plantation! I added the book to my TBR list.

  8. I can't wait! Have been reading great things about this story!


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