To celebrate The Tapestry Bag audiobook being launched, we are having a blog tour for book bloggers who use Audible UK. Rachel's Random Resources would like to invite you to participate, and if you are interested please contact me on rachel@rachelsrandomresources.com with your name and blog name.  

Spaces are limited by the quantity of Audible UK codes available, and reviewers are kindly asked if they can cross post to Audible and Amazon too, if at all possible. 

The Tapestry Bag by Isabella Muir

 

Genre: Crime and mystery

Tour Dates: 1st - 5th May 2019

Publication Date: January 2019

Book 1 in a series of 3 – but only this one currently available as an audiobook

Formats available: 10 x UK Audible Codes only

Duration: 6 hours 29 minutes

Types of post available: Review only

Purchase on Amazon UKhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Tapestry-Bag-Sussex-Twists-Mystery/dp/B07N144SR3

A young woman, Zara, goes missing, one year to the day that her boyfriend, Joel, was killed in a hit and run.   Is Zara in danger?  Is she still alive?  What really happened to Joel and who is to blame?

 

In the quiet seaside town of Tamarisk Bay, the police appear to be doing little to find Zara.  Her friend Janie decides to make it her mission to track her down.   It’s the ‘swinging sixties’ and Janie fears that Zara may be mixed up with drugs, alcohol, or worse.  As Janie explores the strange circumstances of Zara’s disappearance, she starts to question the truth about Joel’s death.

 

Janie runs the mobile library and has a passion for crime fiction, especially Agatha Christie.  Can Poirot help Janie solve the mystery of Zara’s disappearance?

As she looks for clues Janie comes across some unsavoury characters who each have a reason for wanting Joel dead.  Can she untangle the web of lies and find out the truth?

The Tapestry Bag Sample - Penny Scott Andrews (Narrator)
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About Isabella Muir

Isabella Muir is the author of a popular Agatha Christie style crime series – the Sussex Crime Mysteries. These Agatha Christie style stories are set in in the sixties and seventies and feature a young librarian and amateur sleuth, Janie Juke, who has a passion for Agatha Christie. All that Janie has learned from her hero, Hercule Poirot, she is able to put into action as she sets off to solve a series of crimes and mysteries.

Her latest novel – The Forgotten Children – takes her writing into another genre.  Still focusing on events in the 1960s The Forgotten Children tells the story of the injustices experienced by thousands as a result of the British child migrant policy.

Isabella has been surrounded by books her whole life and – after working for twenty years as a technical editor and having successfully completed her MA in Professional Writing - she was inspired to focus on fiction writing.

Aside from books, Isabella has a love of all things caravan-like. She has spent many winters caravanning in Europe and now, together with her husband, she runs a small caravan site in Sussex. They are ably assisted by their much-loved Scottie, Hamish.

Follow Isabella Muir 

Website - https://isabellamuir.com/

  • Isabella Muir Facebook
  • Isabella Muir Twitter

About the Narrator - Penny Scott-Andrews

Penny trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. For many years she performed in The West End, as well as on the fringes of London, Brighton and Edinburgh. She also has plenty of touring experience playing leading roles, such as Gwendoline in The Importance of Being Earnest, Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Olivia in Twelfth Night. However, she is at her happiest in the recording studio and has had the pleasure of recording dozens of audiobooks and radio dramas.

  • Penny Scott-Andrews Twitter

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