Thursday, June 8, 2017

**GIVEAWAY** Showcase It's Always The Husband by Michele Campbell

In my opinion no one writes a whodunit as better than a woman author, maybe its the extra deviant gene that makes up the female DNA or maybe we're just diabolical by nature, but whatever it is readers will find it in It's Always The Husband, Michele Campbell's electrifying debut. Learn about the novel then enter for a chance to win a copy! Details below.
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ISBN-13: 9781250081803
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Release Date: 05-16-2017
Length: 336pp
Buy It: Amazon/B&N/Kobo/IndieBound/Audible

Overview:
Kate, Aubrey, and Jenny first met as college roommates and soon became inseparable, despite being as different as three women can be. Kate was beautiful, wild, wealthy, and damaged. Aubrey, on financial aid, came from a broken home, and wanted more than anything to distance herself from her past. And Jenny was a striver—brilliant, ambitious, and determined to succeed. As an unlikely friendship formed, the three of them swore they would always be there for each other.
But twenty years later, one of them is standing at the edge of a bridge, and someone is urging her to jump.
How did it come to this?
Kate married the gorgeous party boy, Aubrey married up, and Jenny married the boy next door. But how can these three women love and hate each other? Can feelings this strong lead to murder? When one of them dies under mysterious circumstances, will everyone assume, as is often the case, that it’s always the husband?
A suspenseful, absorbing novel that examines the complexities of friendship, It’s Always the Husband will keep readers guessing right up to its shocking conclusion.


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Excerpt courtesy of St. Martin's Press––

1

Present DayThe Night of Her Fortieth Birthday
She stumbled through the dark woods, the trees dripping raindrops onto her hair and her party dress. Her shoes were covered in mud, and she trembled from the cold.
“Hey,” she called out. “This is crazy. My shoes are soaked.”
“Just a little farther.”
She was out of breath, and her feet were killing her. It wouldn’t be good for the baby if she tripped and fell. Then they rounded a bend. She got an open view ahead, and knew finally where they were. When she saw the ghostly shape looming in the distance, she stopped dead.
Why?
“You know why.”
In a matter of minutes, they reached the foot of the bridge. A frigid wind blew in her face, carrying the scent of decaying leaves and ice-cold water. There were barriers across the bridge now, blocking access, and a profusion of warning signs. Danger. Private Property. No Trespassing. The signs were there for liability reasons, but from what she understood, the local kids still loved to make the breathless leap into the river. The more people who died here, the bigger the dare. Kids had no fear; they were young, and didn’t know better. She could have told them. Somebody dies, and it changes the lives of those left behind, forever.
“I don’t know what kind of point you’re trying to make, bringing me here,” she said, her voice shaking with tears. But she didn’t turn back.
They walked forward a few paces, stepped over an old, tumbled-down metal fence and kept walking until they got to where the center of the bridge used to be. There it was, the abyss that he’d fallen through, the night he disappeared forever. She looked down and saw the water roiling against the rocks. The town had done a crappy job of boarding it over. They’d “fixed” it many times in the intervening years, but they were too cheap for the one fix that would work, which would’ve been to tear the evil thing down once and for all. Below, the water swirled and foamed. She could hear the roar from up here, over the pounding of her heart.
“No,” she said, backing away from the edge.
“Go ahead.”
“Go … ahead?”
“Go ahead and jump. You know you want to.”

Praise for It's Always The Husband

“Campbell’s debut novel is an intriguing whodunit that examines the explosive potential of secrets to destroy friendships, marriages, and lives . . . a page-turner.” —Kirkus Reviews

"Demonstrating diabolical plotting chops and an ability to convincingly conjure settings, Campbell crafts a twisty page-turner." —Publishers Weekly

“Secrets and scandals in an ivy league setting. What could be more riveting? Michele Campbell’s novel is a page-turning Peyton Place.” —Tess Gerritsen

“Twists, turns, and a puzzling mix of suspects . . . will keep readers turning the pages.” —Booklist

“It's Always the Husband has great character development, allowing readers to really get inside the minds of the characters until the very end, where a shocking twist leaves readers stunned.” —Romantic Times (naming It's Always the Husband a “Top Pick”)


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Meet Michele:
Michele Campbell is a graduate of Harvard College and Stanford Law School and a former federal prosecutor in New York City who specialized in international narcotics and gang cases. A while back, she said goodbye to her big-city legal career and moved with her husband and two children to an idyllic New England college town a lot like Belle River in IT’S ALWAYS THE HUSBAND. Since then, she has spent her time teaching criminal and constitutional law and writing novels. She has had many close female friends, a few frenemies, and only one husband, who – to the best of her knowledge – has never tried to kill her.
Michele currently lives in New Hampshire.

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22 comments:

  1. I always enjoy these type of stories, and actually have this on my radar. A few fellow bloggers reviewed it and enjoyed it.

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  2. Thanks for this enthralling feature and giveaway. Debut novels are captivating since they introduce me to a new author and their writing as well as a new novel which is enjoyable and unforgettable.

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  3. I love the introduction of new characters that I can become involved with.

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  4. LOL! Love the title of this one. Intriguing set up of the college friends and their differences.

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  5. This looks interesting and catchy title.

    #getsocial17

    For What It's Worth

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  6. Wow! The author is a Federal Prosecutor? How cool is that?! I'm a sucker for a good suspense novel. Particularly one that keeps me on the edge of my seat guessing until the very end. Sounds like a really good cast of characters and a great storyline. Hugs...

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  7. Oh that one looks really good too. Dang it! lol Great cover :D

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    1. I know right. Just put it on your list for July ;-)

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  8. This sounds so intriguing! I need a good mystery/thriller. #GetSocial17

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  9. I'm really curious to get my hands on this one. I think I'll see if my library will order it in. We both do have quite eclectic reading tastes huh? #GetSocial17

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  10. Sounds like a very interesting story. Thanks for sharing and the contest.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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  11. Oh this one looks very good - I love when a debut author bursts onto the scene with a stunning novel. #getsocial 2017 from Bambi Unbridled

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