Spotlight: Journey of Death by Leigh Russell

journey to deathAs we creep our way closer to spring, we are looking forward to the sunshine and the warmth. Unfortunately for some, winter is still lingering and with that the need for activities that require you to stay indoors. Some people watch Netflix, do online shopping or those of use who are willing to curl up with a warm drink and a good book. To keep you warm during those colder days, one would need a juicy mystery novel to get the blood working and the heart racing. Leigh Russell is known for writing novels that will keep you in anticipation with every page. Her heart stopping mystery novels are ones that will keep you guessing till the very last page. Her newest Lucy Hall installment Journey to Death, will make you question where you would go on your next summer vacation.

Lucy Hall arrives in the Seychelles determined to leave her worries behind. The tropical paradise looks sun-soaked and picture-perfect—but as Lucy soon discovers, appearances can be very deceptive. A deadly secret lurks in the island’s history, buried deep but not forgotten. And it is about to come to light. As black clouds begin to gather over what promised to be a relaxing family break, Lucy realizes that her father stands in the eye of the coming storm. A shadow from his past is threatening to destroy all that he holds dear—including the lives of his loved ones. A dark truth is about to explode into their lives, and that truth is going to hit them right between the eyes. – Journey of Death

About the Author

Leigh Russell is the author of the internationally bestselling Geraldine Steel and Ian Peterson crime series. She studied at the University of Kent, gaining a master’s degree in English. She has a Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties from the British Dyslexia Association, and a Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. For many years she taught English at secondary school, specializing in supporting pupils with specific learning difficulties. She is married, has two daughters, and lives in north-west London. In addition to writing, she guest-lectures for the Society of Authors, universities and colleges, and runs regular creative writing courses for the prestigious Writers Lab in the UK and Greece. She also runs the manuscript assessment service for the CWA.

Be sure to pick up Journey of Death at any major Book Relate Shop: 

Barnes and Noble: Journey to Death (A Lucy Hall Mystery Book 1)

Amazon:Journey to Death (A Lucy Hall Mystery Book 1)

Be sure to follow Leigh on these Social Media Platforms:

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Leigh’s Blog

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If you love a good mystery, and are on the hunt for a new mystery author then I would give Leigh Russell a shot. She will have you coming back for more with her adrenaline pumping novels, full of adventure, anticipation, and excitement. Be sure to add Leigh to your mystery TBR list for 2016.

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Happy Reading!

 

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