Book Tours: Starter Day Party The Widow’s Son


I’m hosting the starter day party for the book tour for thriller / suspense “The Widow’s Son”. The tour runs from June 30 to July 30.

Tour Schedule

June 30th: Starter Day Party @ I Heart Reading

July 2nd: Book Review @ Michelle Dragalin’s Journey

July 3rd: Book Excerpt and Author Interview @ BooksChatter

July 5th: Book Review @ Mallory Heart Reviews

July 7th: Book Review @ Journey of a Bookseller

July 9th: Author Interview @ Cheryl M’s Book Blog

July 12th: Book Excerpt @ Book About

July 14th: Book Review and Author Interview @ The Book Breeze

July 16th: Book Review @ Reading Reality

July 16th: Book Excerpt @ Nat’s Book Nook

July 18th: Book Excerpt @ Nancy Famolari’s Place

July 19th: Book Review @ Books, Books and More Books

July 20th: Book Excerpt @ Mum’s Writings

July 23rd: Book Review @ Joyfully Retired

July 25th: Book Review @ Debb’s Reads

July 25th: Book Excerpt @ Books and Tales

July 27th: Book Review @ Storey Book Reviews

July 28th: Book Excerpt and Author Interview @ The Bouncing Tigger

July 28th: Book Excerpt @ Literary Musing

July 30th: Book Review and Author Interview @ Aurelia (Lit)

About the Book

The Widow's Son_ShawverTitle: The Widow’s Son

Author: Thomas Shawver

Genre: Mystery / Thriller

Thomas Shawver, author of The Dirty Book Murder and Left Turn at Paradise, returns to the surprisingly lethal world of rare books with a third enthralling novel featuring a most unlikely hero — antiquarian bookseller Michael Bevan.

 A furious man from nearby Independence, Kansas demands that Michael Bevan return a rare first edition of the Book of Mormon, claiming that it was mistakenly sold by a disgruntled descendant of A.J. Stout. Contained on the frontispiece are a list of Ford names dating from 1845 to the present. Beside each name, save the last two, is a check mark – but what could the checks signify? With this discovery, Michael Bevan stumbles onto a trail of hatred and murder stretching back to 1844.

Author Bio

Thomas Shawver is a former marine officer, lawyer, and journalist with American City Business Journals. An avid rugby player and international traveler, Shawver owned Bloomsday Books, an antiquarian bookstore in Kansas Cit



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