And the winner is…(The Law Game Blog Tour)

The Law GameA few weeks ago, we kicked off The Law Game blog tour here at Women and Words. As promised, we’ve selected a winner for the collection of e-books. Congratulations to Maddy! Watch for our email.

Requiem for Immortals by Lee Winter

Book One in The Law Game series is a dark lesbian thriller with plenty of twists in its tale.

Professional cellist Natalya Tsvetnenko moves seamlessly among the elite where she fills the souls of symphony patrons with beauty even as she takes the lives of the corrupt of Australia’s ruthless underworld. The cold, exacting assassin is hired to kill a woman who seems so innocent that Natalya can’t understand why anyone would want her dead. As she gets to know her target, she can’t work out why she even cares.


Archer Securities by Jove Belle

Book two of The Law Game features a cyber Robin-Hood-esque antihero who must evade or convert the woman tracking her.

Archer Securities has a problem. Someone is stealing more than just stationary, and the losses are adding up.

Enter Laila Hollister, private investigator. As a favor to her uncle, an executive at Archer, she agrees to investigate. Laila tackles the case with hard-edged determination befitting the PIs she’s read about in novels.

Trinity Washington works as a systems support specialist for Archer. On the surface, Trinity lives a simple, orderly life. She’s single, cares for her mom who suffers from early onset Alzheimer’s, volunteers at a local homeless shelter, and makes it a point never to litter. She’s a letter-of-the-law kind of girl.

Except when she’s not.

With Laila closing in on the truth, will Trinity be caught with her hand in the corporate cookie jar? Or will Laila realize who the real criminal is?


Daughter of Baal by Gill McKnight

Book three of The Law Game is full of secrets, missteps, and murder.

A 1920’s society wedding attended by the richest and most fashionable people possible ends in murder. Lady Margo, top sleuth and Maid of Honour suspects there is more to it than the ‘curse’ of the stolen idol in the garden grotto. The Clamp family have been looting the Middle East of archaeological finds for decades, could the culprit be a rival for this lucrative and illegal trade, or more likely has a love triangle gone horribly wrong.

As the weekend unfolds Lady Margo, and her trusted servant and chauffer, Jones, find a house full of secrets and lies. From the elite guests upstairs to the lowest estate worker, no-one is as they seem and none can be trusted.

And through it all, the Daughter of Baal watches with a knowing grin.


Evolution of an Art Thief by Jessie Chandler

Book four of The Law Game brings us a classic caper where the hero must learn be the bad guy in order to be the good guy.

Mikala Flynn is a teenage army brat who’s drifting through life after having been forced to relocate from Florida to New York City to live with her grandmother. She’s fighting demons of her past and struggling to deal with the murder of her military officer father, who was killed during a home invasion.

While at a sleepover, Flynn spots an objet d’art that looks strikingly like a priceless family heirloom made by Flynn’s great-grandfather during World War II and was later stolen when her father was killed.

Flynn must juggle her desperate desire to get her hands on the off-limits artifact with the deeply imbedded sense of integrity and honor her father instilled in her. Can she find out if it’s the missing heirloom without getting busted elbow-deep in the art-filled cookie jar? The next morning, a certain Tuesday in 2001, changes absolutely everything. Welcome to the Evolution of an Art Thief.


If Looks Could Kill by Andi Marquette

If Looks Could Kill is the fifth and final installment of The Law Game.

Eleanor “Ellie” O’Donnell is part of a special investigative unit within the New York City Police Department. Her latest assignment has her tasked with uncovering the relationship between internationally known fashion mogul and all-around ice queen Marya Hampstead and a local Russian crime family. As legendary for her business acumen and beauty as her uncompromising and unapproachable personality, Marya Hampstead is not a woman to cross.

Unfortunately for Ellie, the only way she can get close enough to conduct her investigation is by pretending to be an aspiring designer who takes an internship at Hampstead’s company. Definitely out of her element, Ellie has to put all her acting and investigative skills to work as she delves into what at first seems a simple case of occasional public outings with a man whose family has ties Hampstead might not know about.

But when Marya’s father, an international businessman, shows up in New York, it becomes clear that something else is going on, and that there’s much more to Marya Hampstead than meets the eye. The question is, how much more and how deep is Ellie willing to go to find out?

In the fast-paced world of clothes, critics, and competition, Ellie uncovers a lot more than runway gossip, including secrets that will kill far more than a bad outfit.

 

 

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