This is a good article explaining why book reviews are helpful to an author:
Although it appears that young Carrie Landry’s fatal fall down the stairs was simply an accident, certain things don’t add up, and her colleague, first grade teacher Diana Fallon wonders if her friend had help getting down those stairs. A coat hung up in the wrong spot, a missing hat, and a mysterious new man in Carrie’s life strengthen Miss Fallon’s suspicions, but when a note warning her to stop snooping is left in her mailbox at school, she realizes that someone connected to the Redmond School is hiding something for sure. Could it be the holier than thou substitute teacher? The creepy custodian? Or maybe one of Diana’s closest coworkers? Threatened by an anonymous source again, Diana steps up her investigation and keeps on searching for answers, until she finally stumbles upon the shocking truth.
EIGHTEEN YEARS EARLIER, at a quaint summer camp along the shore of Lake Stockton, four women were butchered in less than a week. Now the camp is being reopened and the camp’s new nurse is savagely killed, forcing Mark Dixon to deal with the memories of his own mother’s violent demise at Camp Stockton long ago. As the body count rises, Dixon reluctantly accepts the assistance of a beautiful acquaintance, determined to stop a vengeful killer. However, when the shocking truth about events, both past and present, is finally uncovered, Mark Dixon may well regret ever coming home!
So it’s taken me FOREVER to get anything posted. First I had to look at 10,003 themes/templates…and choose one (HOW??!! There were many I liked!!)…then I had to figure out what the hell I had to do to set this up. Whew!! One post down!