Goodreads Giveaway of my Next Book!

I blog on a couple of group sites, so I neglect this blog. But my third novel is coming out in three weeks, and I’m excited about it! If you like dark crime fiction, please check it out. I’ve provided some information about the book below.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Path Into Darkness by Lisa Alber

Path Into Darkness

by Lisa Alber

Giveaway ends July 26, 2017.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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From the flap copy:

By the author of Whispers in the Mist, heralded by Library Journal as “a first-rate crime novel,” comes this haunting tale of family secrets, madness, and healing in small-town Ireland

Lisfenora is known across the British Isles for its yearly matchmaking festival. But a local man’s murder and the grim discovery in his home have cast a somber mood over the town. Detective Sergeant Danny Ahern tries to make sense of the chaotic scene while struggling to set aside moral conflicts and grief for his comatose wife. Within days, he’s plunged into even darker terrain when the investigation leads him on a collision course with the Tate family: troubled Nathan, who conceals secrets within ghastly secrets, and beautiful Zoe, the daughter Nathan abandoned years ago.

In this “dark, compelling mystery” (Booklist), one man is propelled toward a tragic downfall while the other struggles to walk the narrow path between life and death.

Praise:

Starred Review “An atmospheric story of Ireland, filled with myth and darkness. . . Fans of Erin Hart’s dark Irish crime novels should welcome this series.”—Library Journal (starred review)

“A dark, compelling mystery with numerous plot twists and well-drawn characters interwoven with an involving portrait of life in a small insular Irish village.”—Booklist

“A haunting tale rife with gruesome murders and secrets, Path into Darkness shines.”
Foreword Reviews

“Lyrical, tense, and haunting . . . the story propels the reader to a conclusion that is heartbreaking, human, and hopeful.”—Deborah Crombie, New York Times bestselling author of Garden of Lamentations

“Each strand in this terrific novel is absorbing enough to carry books on its own, yet Alber effortlessly weaves them into a breathtaking ensemble.”—Catriona McPherson, Agatha Award–winning author of Quiet Neighbors

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