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Blackmail, Sex and Lies by Kathryn McMaster
Genre: Historical Fiction/ Creative Non-Fiction
Tour Dates: 8th to 14th December 2017
Publication Date: 30th August 2017
Formats available: Mobi, Epub, PDF or Paperback
Estimated Page Count - 262
Types of post available: Review, Q&As, Extracts
Purchase from Amazon: http://amzn.to/2i8PwkI
Blackmail, Sex and Lies is a story of deception, scandal, and fractured traditional Victorian social values. It is the tale of a naïve, young woman caught up in a whirlwind romance with a much older man. However, both have personality flaws that result in poor choices, and ultimately lead to a tragic end.
For 160 years, people have believed Madeleine Smith to have been guilty of murder. But was she? Could she have been innocent after all?
This Victorian murder mystery, based on a true story, takes place in Glasgow, Scotland, 1857. It explores the disastrous romance between the vivacious socialite, Madeleine Hamilton Smith, and her working class lover, Pierre Emile L’Angelier.
After a two-year torrid, and forbidden relationship with L’Angelier, that takes place against her parents' wishes, the situation changes dramatically when William Minnoch enters the scene. This new man in Madeleine’s life is handsome, rich, and of her social class. He is also a man of whom her family approve.
Sadly, insane jealous rages, and threats of blackmail, are suddenly silenced by an untimely death.
About Kathryn McMaster
Kathryn McMaster is a writer, entrepreneur, wife, mother, and champion of good indie authors. She co-owns the book promotion company One Stop Fiction (www.onestopfiction.com), where readers can sign up to receive news of free and discounted 4 and 5 star reviewed books. She is also a bestselling author of historical murder mysteries set in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Her debut novel, "Who Killed Little Johnny Gill?" was well received. All her novels are based on true stories, and she melds fact with fiction, writing in the creative nonfiction style. She lives on her 30 acre farm in the beautiful Casentino Valley, Italy for 6 months of the year, and during the other half of the year, on the small island of Gozo, Malta.
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Blog Tour Schedule
Maximum 3 stops per day. Confirmed blogs will appear here.
Random Things Through My Letterbox - Review
Books of All Kinds - Spotlight
Dash Fans Book Reviews - Review
Minimac Reviews - Extract
Minimac Reviews - Review
The Writing Garnet - Promo
Broadbean's Books - Review