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Sunday, May 17, 2015

A Far Gone Night by John Carenen Virtual Book Tour Giveaway

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A FAR GONE NIGHT
by John Carenen

This story could easily be an episode of a crime series.
~Deal Sharing Aunt
A good story with lots of drama, violence and action. Reminds me a little like Terrell H Griffen books. I like the characters. I like that they try to give justice even if they don’t do it by the book.
~readalot
I also love the way John Carenen tells this story. Yes, it is very fast paced but very descriptive as well and the characters are so engaging. There is also plenty of action. I felt more like I was watching a movie instead of reading a book.
~ Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book​
AFGN CoverA Far Gone Night
(Thomas O’Shea Mystery, #2)
Mystery – Thriller
Perfect Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: Neverland Publishing Company, LLC (September 8, 2014)
ISBN-13: 978-0990314851
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Synopsis:
Suffering from insomnia, wise-cracking tough guy Thomas O’Shea goes for a late-night stroll through the peaceful streets of Rockbluff, Iowa, and finds himself pausing downtown on the bridge that spans the Whitetail River. When he glances downstream, something catches his eye…something that looks like a body. He scrambles down to the riverbank, pulling the body of a young girl from the water. The girl is naked, with two bullet holes in the back of her head. Ever suspicious of law enforcement, O’Shea chooses not to mention the bullet holes when Deputy Stephen Doltch, on routine patrol, discovers him at the river’s edge.
When the coroner’s report lists the cause of death as “drowning,” Thomas confronts the coroner, but his questions are met with hostility. Then the coroner and his wife disappear, along with the body of the dead girl.
Teaming up with his friend Lunatic Mooning and Clancy Dominguez, an old buddy from his Navy SEAL days, Thomas and the other two men join together to bring justice to the dead girl, a quest that takes them to the Chalaka Reservation in Minnesota, seedy businesses adjacent to the Chalaka Casino, and straight into the world of organized crime.
A fast-paced story, laugh-out-loud moments and familiar, quirky characters from Carenen’s debut novel, Signs of Struggle, continue to enliven the complex world of Thomas O’Shea. Once again, Thomas gears up to find answers that will reveal who put the bullets in the girl’s head, why she was killed, and her identity, which may hit a little too close to home…
Dad_and_Roxie_-_photo_for_back_cover_and_website About This Author
John Carenen, a native of Clinton, Iowa, graduated with an M.F.A. in Fiction Writing from the prestigious University of Iowa Writers Workshop and has been writing ever since. His work has appeared in numerous popular and literary magazines, and he has been a featured columnist in newspapers in North and South Carolina. A novel, Son-up, Son-down was published by the National Institute of Mental Health.
His debut Thomas O’Shea mystery novel, Signs of Struggle, was published in October of 2012. A Far Gone Night, the long-anticipated sequel, continues the exploits of the enigmatic protagonist and the quirky characters of Rockbluff, Iowa.
John is currently an English professor at Newberry College in Newberry, South Carolina. He and his wife live in their cozy cottage down a quiet lane in northern Greenville, South Carolina. He is a big fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes and Boston Red Sox.
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Author Links:
www.curlylarryandme.wordpress.com,
https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4721052.John_Carenen?from_search=true,
https://www.facebook.com/CarenenJohn

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Guest Post:
3 Partners in Shopping would like to thank author John Carenen for sharing his thoughts with us today!!!




When I wrote my debut “tough guy” novel, Signs of Struggle, I saw it as a stand-alone story about a man whose wife and two daughters, his entire family, is killed by a drunk driver on their way home from an Christmas shopping trip in Atlanta. Thomas O’Shea retreats to his home state of Iowa to recover and heal, but quickly stumbles onto a farm accident that really isn’t, and so the troubles begin. Readers, and my publisher, liked the story, the protagonist, and other, quirky characters so much, they began asking for a sequel, and out of that, the followup novel, A Far Gone Night, was published. Now an official “series,” book #3, The Face On The Other Side, is being revised and should be available in a few months.


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Tour Participants
May 13 – deal sharing aunt – Review, Interview, Print Giveaway
May 14 – readalot – Review
May 15 – Omnimystery News – Interview 
May 16 – Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book – Review
May 17 – 3 Partners in Shopping, Nana, Mommy, & Sissy, Too! – Guest Post, E-Book Giveaway
May 18 – Community Bookstop – Review
May 19 – Musings and Ramblings – Guest Post, E-Book Giveaway
May 20 – Frankie Bow – Guest Post
May 21 – Tea and A Book – Review, Guest Post, Print Giveaway
May 22 – Brooke Blogs – Review, Guest Post

3 comments:

  1. No real question. Just best wishes.
    Boy, do I not like Rafflecopter. It wants me to tweet and all sorts of things that I don"t even know about. Ah well.
    libbydodd at comcast dot net

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  2. Thanks for sharing and I can't wait to see what Thomas O'Shea is up to next.

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  3. What made you choose Iowa as a setting for your book?

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