Here it is! The conclusion in Bellon's Hostage Negotiation series titled Ring Around the Rosie, a full length novel, will be released May 2014.
The sneak peek of the first chapter of Ring Around the Rosie will be posted at Julie's blog http://ldswritermom.blogspot.
com in conjunction with the cover reveal.
The four novels in the Hostage Negotiation series are All Fall Down, Ashes Ashes, Pocket Full of Posies and now Ring Around the Rosie.
Pocket Full of Posies was reviewed on My Bookshelf (http://shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.ca/2014/01/pocket-full-of-posies-by-julie-coulter.html) January 1/14.
"This is one of those read as you stir, while you eat, in the tub kind of books that we all love!"
I purposely booked few reviews over the holiday so I could treat myself to my choice of a "read for pleasure" book. Pocket Full of Posies was my selection. I'd earlier read Bellon's Time Will Tell (http://shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.ca/2012/04/time-will-tell-by-julie-coulter-bellon.html), a suspenseful romance, which offered my first introduction to this author's work. I enjoyed it so much that when Bellon's most recent, Pocket Full of Posies, was released I asked to read and review it on my blog.
Bellon writes suspense as if she worked with the teams who fight terrorism, with accuracy and commitment to research so her novels have a true authentic feel. If you like action, suspense, and crime dramas with a touch of romance mingled in, then Bellon's books should be on your radar. Personally I can't wait to read Ring Around the Rosie. I just have to see how it all plays out!
Be sure to connect with Julie Coulter Bellon's blog http://ldswritermom.blogspot.
com February 28 for a sneak peak inside Ring Around the Rosie. I predict you'll be hooked!
Julie is married with eight children and ten published books. She loves to travel and her favorite cities she's visited are probably Athens, Paris, Ottawa, and London. She would love to visit Hawaii, Australia, Ireland, and Scotland someday. She loves to read, write, teach, watch Castle, Hawaii Five-O, and eat Canadian chocolate. Not necessarily in that order. You can find out more about Julie and all her projects at www.juliebellon.com