Teaser Tuesday – September 20, 2022 #NewBook #TeaserTuesday #FoundObject @Anne_Frasier #TuesdayBookBlog @AmazonPub

My Tuesday post where I’ll ‘tease‘ you with the cover, blurb, and first paragraph of one of the titles from my own TBR.

This book is a title I received from Thomas & Mercer (an imprint of Amazon Publishing) via
NetGalley and I’ll be reading it soon.

Today, Tuesday September 20, 2022 I want to introduce one of the ARCs on my TBR.

This novel will be published on October 18, 2022

Publisher: Thomas & MercerISBN: 9781542036405 –  ASIN: B09B71WYLB –  272 pages

1)  A young woman seeking closure after the murder of her mother when she was a child.

2)  The title. What object could have been found that relates to the murder?

3) The author. I’ve read many positive reviews of this author’s work.

4) The first paragraph is SO intriguing. The narrator signs her name as ‘Found Object’…

“I looked down at the release form on the desk, my main focus being the empty line awaiting my signature. They couldn’t hold me longer than seventy-two hours, but I still had to sign the paperwork to get out. I picked up the pen, leaned over, and, with a dramatic flourish, wrote ‘Found Object‘.”

Is this a title that you would consider adding to your TBR pile?

Why, or why not?

Let me know in the comments.

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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4 Responses to Teaser Tuesday – September 20, 2022 #NewBook #TeaserTuesday #FoundObject @Anne_Frasier #TuesdayBookBlog @AmazonPub

  1. James McEwan says:

    The idea of going back to your home town to investigate a murder after so many years away is enough to create my interest. Especially as the victim was her mother. But why now?

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  2. The opening paragraph definitely intrigues me Lynne!


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