Bonjour Amis! Today in the spotlight is When It’s Time for Leaving a new mystery from writer Ang Pampano. Not only does the book have an interesting premise, (A disillusioned cop turns PI when he inherits a detective agency and a classy partner), but following along with the stops on this tour, I have discovered that the author is a fascinating individual. I can’t wait to read this book and others that may follow (rumor is a sequel is already in the works). Don’t forget to scroll down visit the other stops on this tour and click the big red button for your chance to win a copy of the book.
About The Book:
When It’s Time for Leaving by Ang Pompano
When his girlfriend dumps him and a dealer nearly rams him off a bridge, Al DeSantis quits the New Haven Police Department. Just as he plans to head for LA, he finds out the father who left when he was a kid has deeded him the Blue PalmettoDetective Agency in Georgia.
Al goes down to Savannah intending to sell fast and go west, but before he can, he discovers a strong, attractive detective named Maxine, a dead body on the dock—and his father, alive, suffering from dementia, and determined to help his “new partner Al” solve the crime. Al has a lot of adjusting to do when his traditional ideas are challenged as he has to act as his father’s caretaker, and finds that Maxine is his superior in the agency that he “owns.” When his father goes missing, Al and Max must team up to save his father–and capture the murderer.
About The Author:
Ang Pompano has been writing mysteries for more than twenty years. His mystery novel, WHEN IT’S TIME FOR LEAVING will be published on October 1, 2019, by Encircle Publications. His short stories have been published in many award-winning anthologies, including the 2019 Malice Domestic Anthology, PARNELL HALL PRESENTS MALICE DOMESTIC: MURDER MOST EDIBLE. His newest story, “Stringer” will appear in SEASCAPE: THE BEST NEW ENGLAND CRIME STORIES 2019. In addition, he has written many academic pieces including one on teaching detective fiction. A member of Mystery Writers of America, he is a past recipient of the Helen McCloy/Mystery Writers of America Scholarship for a novel in progress. He has been on the New England Crime Bake Planning Committee for fourteen years and is a long-time board member of Sisters in Crime New England. He lives in Connecticut with his wife, Annette, an artist, and his two rescue dogs, Quincy and Dexter.
Tour and Giveaway:
September 29 – LibriAmoriMiei – REVIEW
September 30 – StoreyBook Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
October 1 – Mysteries with Character – AUTHOR INTERVIEW
October 2 – Island Confidential – SPOTLIGHT
October 3 – eBook Addicts – REVIEW
October 4 – MJB Reviewers – AUTHOR INTERVIEW
October 5 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – AUTHOR INTERVIEW
October 6 – Celticlady’s Reviews – SPOTLIGHT
October 7 – A Blue Million Books – AUTHOR INTERVIEW
October 8 – Here’s How It Happened – REVIEW
October 9 – Brooke Blogs – REVIEW
October 10 – I Read What You Write – SPOTLIGHT
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