Sunday, May 3, 2009

Leaden Skies gets nod from author Stephanie Barron

Wowzers! I'm interrupting my musings about Malice Domestic to share this blurb from Stephanie Barron (author of the Jane Austen mysteries) re: Leaden Skies. I'm walking on air ... without the benefit of JetBlue!

Parker’s deft evocation of a lost era in Western American history—the life of the mining boom town—and her complex characterization make Leaden Skies an absorbing read. Her final, cliff-hanging sentence will make every reader desperate for the next installment in Inez Stannert’s epic tale. A riveting historical mystery.
—Stephanie Barron


11 comments:

Gayle Carline said...

Wow, congratulations! What a great endorsement!

Gayle
http://gaylecarline.blogspot.com

Galen Kindley said...

What a nice, nice endorsement. The best part is, it's for sure merited. Good job, Kiddo! Galen

Marvin D. Wilson said...

Way cool - I'd be walking on cloud nine too! :)

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

That's fantastic! Congratulations on such an enthusiastic review.

Elizabeth
http://www.mysterywritingismurder.blogspot.com/

Karen Brees said...

Super cool! Riveting, eh? Kudos!

Heidiwriter said...

Woohoo, Ann! That's wonderful.
Heidi
http://heidiwriter.wordpress.com

N A Sharpe said...

Wow! What a great review - I know you must be walking on air. Here's to many more wonderful reviews and book sales to go with it!

NA Sharpe
http://nancysharpe.blogspot.com

Patricia Stoltey said...

Wow. A historical mystery with a blurb like that is one I want to read. Congratulations!

Pat
http://www.patriciastoltey.blogspot.com

©DGreer said...

That's pretty good. Jacket blurb?

Dani

Dr.Mani said...

Congratulations! That blurb makes me curious to read your book.

All success
Dr.Mani
Author: "Think, Write & RETIRE!"
http://ThinkWriteRetire.com

Ann Parker said...

Thank you, all! :-)
And yep, Dani, you've got it: Jacket blurb.