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Sunday, April 5, 2015

A Murder at Midnight, by Sheila Houston

Sheila Houston's suspense thriller is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats throughout. It's a page-turner with an astonishing ending. I was surprised that my niece's first novel was a psychological thriller but not at all surprised at her ability to grip her readers' attention and keeping us guessing to the very end. I'm afraid to write much about the plot for fear that I will give you clues. The book cover says:

"A dangerous stalker has planned to kill Joseph Murphy. But who is it? Could it be a Friend? Business Partner? Or even a Family Member? Why does anyone want him dead, and when will the killer strike - at midnight? Hold tight to your seats and look out for the shocking conclusion!"

Houston met with WBBJTV in Nashville to talk about the suspects in this "who done it" mystery.

Purchase a copy of "Murder at Midnight" from Amazon.com for under $7, or $4.79 for the Kindle version:

Houston is an award-winning music teacher residing in Tennessee. "Murder at Midnight" is her first novel in a series. She also writes songs and poetry, and she sings. Houston's music students have won numerous prestigious awards, as her love for the arts is contagious. 

"A Murder at Midnight" is the first fiction recommended by MaryLovesJustice. Please see book recommendations from previous months in the index on the right margin of the MaryLovesJustice blog, including           :

1) Maya Schenwar is Truthout's editor-in-chief and the author of "Locked Down, Locked Out: Why Prison Doesn’t Work and How We Can Do Better."

2) Dave Koch: "Slaying the Dragon" - This is a book regards successful reentry after prison release by a man who co-founded America's 68th fastest growing company after serving time.

3) "Getting Away with Murder," by George Mallinckrodt - This book regards brutality, murder, and a lack of accountability in the Florida prison system.

4) "Judging Me," by Judge Mary Elizabeth Bullock - Retired Federal Judge Bullock found brilliant success in spite of being blind, having multiple sclerosis and systemic lupus, and despite having endured a childhood poisoned by unspeakable abuse.

5) "Africans Were the First Americans," by Dr. Imhotep, an ancient African scholar. This book was highlighted in my FreeSpeakBlog at this url: 

Our featured authors for May, June, and July 2015 have been selected. Can you suggest someone for August? To suggest a book, please leave a comment with your email address or phone number below, or contact MaryLovesJustice, director of "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio, Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, the Human Rights for Prisoners March, and the Davis-MacPhail Truth Committee (an anti-DP org).
Website: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
Email address MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
Phone numbers (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741

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