Heroine, Sloane Templeton, is a savvy Cyber Crimes Unit operative turned Brooklyn bookstore owner . Her one flaw is her lousy track record with men. Sloane also attracts trouble like honey attracts flies ( I guess that makes two flaws). So it stands to reason that drastic and- as it turns out- often hilarious measures must be taken. One of my favorite scenes in the book is when a group of shop owners- Sloane included- takes the Senior Center's van to go to the shooting range for some target practice. So funny, I laugh just thinking about it.
Bonnie writes characters overflowing with warmth, wit, and a dash of wisdom... the good ones anyway! The bad guys are downright nasty.
This book gave me a kind of Steel Magnolias meets Alexander Mccall Smith's No.1 Ladies Detective Agency feel.
One thing's for sure- the neighborhood will never be the same!
Please read on for more information about Cooking the Books.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
In her spare time she is an avid social media junkie, and teaches Facebook, Twitter, Blogging and HTML as recreational occupations. She also has a novel coming out in the Abingdon Quilts of Love series. Her novel Pieces of the Heart will publish August of 2013.
Bonnie and her husband Bob live in a log cabin on 15 acres in upstate area of Binghamton, New York with a dog and cat who consider the humans as wait-staff.
ABOUT THE BOOK
A lot! Sloane begins to receive cyber threats. While Sloane uses her computer forensic skills to uncover the source of the threats, it is discovered someone is out to kill her. Can her life get more crazy?
If you would like to read the first chapter of Cooking The Books, go HERE.
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If you'd like to read interviews with Bonnie, try these:
Everbody Needs A Little Romance
A Christian Writers World
ACFW - Fiction Finder