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Book Details
Genre: Cozy Mystery – New Series
Published by: Wordsmiths4u
Release Date: April 22, 2013
Number of Pages: 242

Synopsis
In this first Darla King novel, Darla returns to square dancing in midlife following tragedies in both her personal and professional lives. She moves from Florida to Texas and from high-powered investigator to life in a small town and a job as far removed from crime as she can think of—she becomes a square dance caller. But when an unconscious stranger turns up on the ranch of one of her dance club members, her specialized knowledge may hold the key to the identity of his assailants. At first, Darla is concerned that her friend Doug is the target. When the same square dancer is assaulted not once but twice, she realizes something else is wrong. Even more telling is the secretive but disturbingly handsome FBI agent that enters the picture.

Darla didn’t plan it this way, but her curiosity pulls her into the case and she has to use the investigative skills from her past that she thought she’d left behind. She’s inquisitive by nature, and looks for patterns to unravel it all. Patterns like the ones she uses to choreograph a dance. Combined with her contacts as a square dance caller and her square dance knowledge, she’s just the person to fit all the pieces fit together. Darla, along with her close friends from the Clearton Squares Dance Club, ends up in the thick of things—and in danger.

About Rosalee Richland
Rosalee Richland is the pen name of two real-life square dancing writers. As Rosalee, co-authors Cyndi Riccio and Rhonda Brinkmann joined forces to create the Darla King cozy mystery series. Darla and her friends portray the best of the square community, the warmth and friendship among people in it, and the enjoyment square dancing brings worldwide. Darla’s curiosity often puts her squarely in the midst of unusual circumstances, and Darla can’t let go until the mystery is solved.

When not writing, Darla’s co-authors enjoy reading, traveling, meeting readers and fans, networking with other authors, and – of course – square dancing. They are learning to blog, and are always working on Darla’s next mystery. If you have a chance, stop in at a book signing and find out which half of Rosalee shows up! In the meantime you can stay in touch with Rosalee and Darla on on Facebook, Goodreads, or the Darla King Series blog. Or just search for “Rosalee Richland” anywhere in cyberspace.

Online links:
Goodreads/Rosalee Richland:
http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6577514.Rosalee_Richland
Rosalee Richland on FB:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rosalee-Richland/284946448289065
Rosalee Richland blog:
http://rosaleerichland.blogspot.com/

Purchase Links
Amazon             B & N           Book World

My Review:

I really enjoyed Right and Left Grand.  I remember way back in grade school that we did square dancing in gym but I really don’t remember that much about it except picking partners. It was nice to learn about more about the dances, clubs and the different clothes each group wore. Darla was a caller for square dancing and did it for a number of different clubs.  Her friend Carlotta helped Darla at the dances and often danced with Sam and Doug was also part of the group of friends.  One night when Doug didn’t show up for a dance they started to worry so when they called him found out there had been some trouble at his ranch.  On his way out he saw a body on the side of the road ~ he called 911.  That’s when the police showed up too ~ who was this person, how did Doug know him? Darla, Carlotta, Sam and Doug decide they need to save this mystery ~ but that might not have been the best idea. You will need to read Right and Left Grand to find out what happens.  I can’t wait to read the next in the series.

Kaisy1

I received a Copy of this book from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for the review, and the review is honest and my responsibility.

 

  3 Responses to “Right and Left Grand Book Tour and Review”

  1. I remember square dancing in school too! Thank you for being part of this tour!

  2. Thank you Kaisy for hosting Right and Left Grand!

  3. […] I really enjoyed Right and Left Grand ~Kaisy Daisy Corner […]

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