RRBC’S BETHANY TURNER “PAY IT FORWARD” WEEK – Maggie Thom

Please welcome fellow author Maggie Thom on the second day of PIF Week.

When I visited her website to gather information for this post, I came across a LOT of great books and interesting information but this sentence caught my eye and fired my imagination:

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It got me thinking because I do that as a reader but I certainly do that as a writer as well. You didn’t think my erotic stories were autobiographical, did you?  😀

Seeing as Maggie writes suspense and thrillers, I guess it’s fair to assume she writes about adventures she’d never do in real life, am I right? LoL

Her website also offers useful links to authors and suggestions for readers. In a nutshell – YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS IT! Visit now – click here.

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 Award-winning author Maggie Thom, writes suspense/thrillers. Her works include: Captured Lies, Deceitful Truths and Tainted Waters. Her novels have won various awards, including: suspense and thriller book of the year.

After a successful 20 year career in management, devoting her time to making life better for others, she took the leap leaving her job and returning to her first love – writing full-time. She is an avid outdoorsperson who loves hiking, kayaking and finding her next adventure. Winter is not her favorite time of year although it does encourage her to curl up with a good book and read.


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They’re in so many online stores you’d better go to her website – here’s the link – or click on the cover images and choose your favorite store.

Remember to LEAVE A REVIEW after you finish reading. It’s the best gift you can give an author.

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She was kidnapped not once but twice and now someone wants her dead because of it….
Her life was a lie!
Bailey knew her upbringing wasn’t normal but she’s worked hard to stabilize her life. At 29, she finally has a good business, a stable home; her life is miles from that of her childhood. Then suddenly her mother dies, leaving a gaping hole and a discovery that they may not even be related. If Guy, the private investigator is to be believed, her life is a lie. Using the skills she learned on the streets, Bailey travels back through a sketchy and dangerous past, to find answers. Dodging bullets, staying ahead of those who want her dead and convincing Guy she can do it alone, are making it difficult to discover not only the secrets of her mother’s past but that of a family claiming she is theirs.
Everyone seems to have a story… but who’s telling the truth? And who wants her dead? Is Guy part of the solution? Or part of the problem? To discover the facts, she’ll have to untangle a web of deceit, lies, and secrets, dating back over thirty years.


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He created a legacy that no one could imagine…
Tarin has lost a week of her life. She doesn’t know what happened but not long after she returns to work she is suspended from her job. Confused and pregnant, she quits and agrees to marry Stephen, only to be thrown into a whole new nightmare. Desperate, she grabs her son and moves across the country to get away from her abusive husband and to avoid her unforgiving father. Thrilled at getting the job at Knights Associates, where she’ll help them solve cyber crimes but also be able to use their connections and resources to find her own answers. Who stole a week of her life? And will they return to steal the secret she is now protecting?

Graham and his partner Guy, can’t keep up with the demand. They are being flooded with requests at Knights Associates, where they offer a combined service of private investigator and that of solving cyber crimes. It appears that someone wants to get their attention as not only have they been hacked but Guy’s family business, Caspian Winery, seems to be under attack as well. Hiring an assistant seems to be the answer but when Graham discovers she’s been accessing their high-security accounts, he realizes the cause of their predicament might be closer then he thought. Is there new assistant behind the problems they’re having? If she’s so innocent why does someone want to abduct her?

Tarin and Graham discover that although they don’t trust each other, they are forced to work together to solve several seemingly unrelated crimes that may lead to one disastrous conclusion. Can they figure it all out before Tarin’s nightmare plays out? An eighty year old woman pays with her life? Or before Tarin learns a truth that may seal her fate and be the one secret that will keep her and Graham apart as neither one of them may be able to forgive or forget…

 


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He didn’t commit suicide but who’s going to believe her…
Frustrated at being fired from her latest job and overwhelmed by her consolatory family, Sam decides to move to the family’s cabin at the lake. A place she hasn’t been since her dad committed suicide there twenty years before. Or did he? Snooping is something she’s good at but someone seems to be taking offence to her looking too closely at what has been happening at the lake. What she discovers is shocking. Now she must uncover what’s real and what’s not. All that she learned growing up, may be false. Keegan, who has recently moved to the area, to finish his latest book is also trying to find out if his grandfather, who’d passed away ten years before, died of natural causes or was murdered? The descendants of the four families who own the land around the lagoon are dying off. Since Sam and Keegan are the only ones questioning the deaths, they find themselves working together to seek the truth. Are people being murdered? Who would benefit from their deaths? Why would there be barricades and armed guards at the north end of the lake? To stay alive, Sam and Keegan must find the answers and convince others, before more people are killed… including them.


 

24 thoughts on “RRBC’S BETHANY TURNER “PAY IT FORWARD” WEEK – Maggie Thom

  1. Terrific, insightful blog. I’m heading over to Amazon now to check out the opening of one of Maggie’s novels. My TBR list is ridiculously long, but there’s no law that says it can’t get any longer! Many thanks Liz. I was impressed by this blog (you put in the extra yardage!). 🙂

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  2. I love Maggie’s quote also. I’m sure we all hope we never have to live through some of the adventures in our books. Off the top of my head, being hunted by a madman, the mob, gang, etc., or haunted by ghosts, bitten by vampires, mauled by a werewolf, etc. Nice Web site, Maggie. Great post, Liz! Thanks for hosting. 😉

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  3. Haha you’re welcome. I had a blast putting this post together mostly because your work seems amazing, your website is very resourceful, and you’re an eawesome person! My job was a piece of cake! Chocolate btw! 😀

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  4. Glad you find the Caspian Wine Series intriguing. I am currently working on the third in the series. They are all stand alone but are connected through characters and their intertwined lives. 🙂

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