Thursday, October 20, 2011

WidowMaker - A Movie To DIE For

Masquerade - Day Four! 




A horror movie that is causing people to die? 

Something so scary that people watching it are bleeding out of their eyes, having heart attacks and ripping their own faces apart? 


The docu-horror film inside the book is called Terror in the Trees. Sounds harmless enough, doesn't it? 


That's what FBI Agent Derek Bolder thought when he was given the mission to go to Hollywood to bring back the film. He hadn't yet understood the sheer evilness contained within it...but he soon would. 


Derek's ex-fiancée Jill, the beautiful and sexy film executive, is dead set against giving him the film. It would ruin her career. What lengths would she and her nasty boss go to, to protect their reputations even as the bodies pile up?


The Widowmaker is compelling and entertaining. It's an action packed read, a page turner you won't be able to put down. The writing is impeccable and the imagination of the authors truly remarkable.


I don't want to spoil the end but Widowmaker will make you leave the light on and jump at things that go bump in the night. You will love this book. 


I hope there's a sequel if anyone is left alive at the end that is.


Leave a comment on Elena Gray's blog to get this awesome ebook for free.
You'll be scared silly you did.


Then head over to Jeremy Rodden's blog for another free ebook as the Blog Tour de Force Masquerade party continues!
:D





7 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing about The Widowmaker, as well as participating in fun masquerade. Trick or treat :) Sharing some luv here and support for Elena Gray today.

    dz59001[at]gmail[dot]com

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  2. Hi Denise,

    I'm so happy you're enjoying the tour! In order to get the ebook, you need to leave your e-mail address in a comment on Elena's blog.

    The address is at the end of the post above.
    :D

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  3. Nice review! Thanks for not giving any hints to the ending. So far I think this is a daytime read for me since horror stories give me nightmares when I read close to bedtime.

    phaedracamille@gmail.com

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  4. Lovely review. Makes me anxious to read it. Enjoying the tour very much in trying to figure out who is who.



    LizzieBeth1095@sbcglobal.net

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  5. Thank you Patricia for the wonderful review! And you never know! There just may be a sequel!

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  6. You are very welcome Elena! Yes, please, a sequel would be great!!
    :)

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