The Mason’s Mark by M S Spencer

Did you figure it out? This week’s guest author is M. S. Spencer. She’s here to share her latest romantic suspense novel.

The Mason’s Mark

Love and Death in the Tower

The Mason's Mark by M S Spencer

 

From M. S. Spencer:

When my son was in the fifth grade the teacher asked him to write a book report on a local landmark. We lived in Arlington, Virginia at the time—literally a hop, skip and jump from Washington, DC—so we were certainly not starved for landmarks. However, instead of the obvious Lincoln or Jefferson memorials, or the Library of Congress, my son chose the George Washington National Masonic Memorial. We took a tour of this fascinating building (readers will get a full description on Friday) and the place struck me immediately as the perfect setting for a delightful murder mystery. It took me a few years, but eventually the victim—a mysterious Italian mason—found his way to the ninth floor observation deck of the Memorial. Thus was born The Mason’s Mark: Love and Death in the Tower, my latest mystery/romantic suspense.

Want ton win a copy of The Mason’s Mark? Leave a comment on any post this week and be sure to include your email address, and you’ll be entered in a drawing for a PDF copy.

Giveaway is now open and will close at 6:00 AM (CDST) on Sunday, March 30.

Good luck!

Be sure to come back tomorrow to read more about The Mason’s Mark. The author will be sharing the story with readers, and today, I’m sharing another little “snippet” for your enjoyment.

“… no Bliss has ever been accused of theft. Dueling, yes. Womanizing. Gambling. But not theft.”

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4 Comments

  1. You have to be a special person and a true writer to visit such a building and declare it perfect for a murder mystery! 🙂
    Really looking forward to reading more about this promising book.

    • I have The Mason’s Mark on my TBR list and hope to get to it soon. I wish I had more time for reading because there are so many intriguing stories from so many great authors.

  2. msspencerauthor

    Thank you! At last I can come out of the shadows…. 🙂

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