Blair Howard - Checkmate - Virtual Book Tour


Mystery
Date Published: February 16, 2016



Checkmate is the fourth standalone novel in the Harry Starke series of mysteries.


Angela Hartwell lay dead in the shallow waters beside the golf course. There was not a mark on her, yet she had been strangled. How could that be?

Once again, it’s up to Harry Starke to find out. The investigation takes him into a world he’s very familiar with, a world of affluence, privilege, and corruption.

To solve the mystery, he must deal with three murders, a beautiful used car dealer, her lovely twin sisters, and a crooked banker.  Not to mention Burke and Hare, two crazy repo men who will stop at nothing to protect their employer’s interests. There's also the matter of an ingenious, sadistic killer. But nothing is ever quite what it seems....

Harry Starke is a hard-boiled private detective, an ex-cop, a tough guy from the right side of the tracks with finely tuned senses, good instincts, and friends in high places. He’s single, successful, well educated, and yes, he will hurt you if he needs to.



Virtual Book Tour - March 14 - April 22


March 14 - Reading Addiction Virtual Book Tours - Kick Off

March 15 - Mythical Books - Guest Post

March 16 - Chosen By You Book Club - Excerpt

March 17 - The Writer's Ink Well - Interview

March 18 - Us Girls And a  Book - Review

March 21 - Jody's Book Reviews - Excerpt

March 22 - Cheshire Cat's Looking Glass - Excerpt

March 23 - Books Chatter - Interview

March 24 - Satin's Bookish Corner - Excerpt

March 25 - A Life Through Books - Review

March 28 - Steamy Side - Review

March 29 - A Blue Million Books - Interview

March 30 - The Indie Express - Review

March 31 - Nerdy, Dirty, and Flirty - Excerpt

April 1 - Muffy Wilson - Excerpt

April 3 - Texas Book Nook - Review

April 4 - Avenue Books - Excerpt

April 5 - My Reading Addiction - Review

April 6 - The Dragon Slayer - Excerpt

April 7 - LibriAmoriMiei - Review

April 8 - Novel News Network - Review

April 9 - Christina Loves Writing - Excerpt

April 10 -  Perfect at Midnight - Excerpt

April 11 - On A Reading Bender - Review

April 12 - The Book Sirens - Review

April 13 - Bound 2 Escape - Excerpt

April 14 - eBook Addicts - Review
April 14 - Readsalot- Excerpt

April 15 - Books Direct - Excerpt

April 16 - Logikal Blog - Guest Post

April 18 - Books are Love - Review

April 19 - Around the World in Books - Excerpt*

April 19 - The Avid Reader - Excerpt

April 20 - Author B. L. Blair - Excerpt

April 21 - The Book Adventures of Annelise LeStrange - Guest Post

April 22 - RABT Reviews - Wrap Up




Blair Howard is from a small town in England, near Stratford-upon-Avon, on the edge of the English Cotswolds. He is Kentucky Colonel, an honor bestowed upon him in 2008 by the then Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Steven L. Beshear. Until 2015, he wrote sweeping historical epics, and is the author of five historical novels. In July of 2015 he decided to try his hand at writing mystery novels, thus we have Harry Starke. The first in the series, Harry Starke, was released in mid-September 2015. The second novel, Two for the Money, was released October 19 the same year, Hill House, in mid-December 2015, and Checkmate in February 2016, and there are more to come.

Blair is the author of more than 40 books and more than 4,500 magazine, newspaper, and web articles. His work has appeared in many national and international publications, including Delta's Sky Magazine, PHOTOgraphic magazine, The Mail on Sunday, The Walking Magazine, Petersen's Hunting Magazine, The Boston Herald, The Detroit Free-Press, The Anchorage Times and many more.


Website: http://www.blairhoward.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blair.howard.77

Twitter: @bcwhoward

Blog: www.blairhoward.com/blog

Amazon Author Page: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B001KHQS30

 

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