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Friday, 25 November 2016

☀☄ Deception Island - Judith A. Boss

Thank you for joining us on the Virtual Book Tour for Deception Island, a Romantic Suspense by (, The Wild Rose Press, Inc, 302 pages).

PREVIEW: Check out the book's synopsis and the Kindle Cloud Reader Preview below.

Author Judith A. Boss will be awarding a $50 Amazon/BN gift card to a randomly drawn winner via Rafflecopter during the tour.   Please do take part: comment on our post and follow the tour where you will be able to read other excerpts (☀), and reviews (✍).


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Synopsis

While at an archaeology dig in Afghanistan, evolutionary anthropologist Rachel St. Claire discovers a pendant with strange shifting symbols. Not long after, she receives an urgent call from her colleague, Dr. Grace McAllister, insisting Rachel come to Antarctica to examine an unusual body with ethereal properties found in an ice cave.

Before Rachel can respond, bandits storm the desert dig site. Just as they are about to seize Rachel, a helicopter appears with Trevor Brookenridge, a handsome polar geophysicist sent by his Aunt Grace to bring Rachel to Antarctica. Sparks fly, but Rachel already has a fiancé. Rachel must decide who she can trust when a group of bioterrorists engaged in secret genetic experiments in an abandoned World War II Nazi base under the Antarctic ice sheet come after the pendant--and her.

For it seems everyone knows a secret Rachel does not, one which will change her life forever.


About the Author

Judith Boss (née Wager) was born in the village of Honeoye Falls, south of Rochester, New York in the heart of wine country. She attended elementary school in Irondequoit, where her family moved when she was two.

When not in school, she enjoyed wandering the woods and fields around her home and picking beans for 25¢ a basket for Mr. King, who owned the truck farm behind her house. She also loved hiking and camping and was active in the Girl Scouts throughout high school.

An avid writer, when Judy was 11 years old she wrote and illustrated her first “novel," a story about her beloved parakeet “Sparky." My Little Sparky was followed by several other short novels and a book of poems.

Following graduation from high school, Judy attended the University of Rochester for a few years before dropping out and emigrating to Australia. Both of Judy’s daughters were born in Australia. She also finished her B.A. in philosophy and anthropology at the University of Western Australia.

From Australia, the family moved to Nova Scotia, Canada for graduate school. After graduate school, Judy worked for eight years as a writer/researcher for the Nova Scotia Museum. In 1979, Judy and her two daughters moved to Newport, Rhode Island where she continued to work as a writer. She also worked as a lecturer for several years at the University of Rhode Island before going back to full-time writing.

Judy currently lives in rural Rhode Island with her family and Corgi. An avid traveler, she has traveled with students from the University Of Rhode Island and Brown Medical School to work with undeserved, indigenous people in Guatemala and Mexico. Her favorite travel destination, however, is Antarctica.

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10 comments:

  1. Hello. Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving.

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  2. Oops. I just realized this blog is British, so you probably don't celebrate Thanksgiving. By the way, Shackleton Station in my novel Deception Island is a Commonwealth station.

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  3. Great post, I enjoyed watching the video! :)

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  4. From your bio, it sounds like you live a very adventurous life. Of all the places you have traveled, what is your favorite place?

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    1. The Antarctic Peninsula is the most beautiful, pristine, and lively place I've ever seen. My second favorite place is southern Rhode Island, where I currently live.

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  5. Sounds like a great read, hope I'll have a chance to read it soon!

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  6. Deception Island is available as an eBook as well as hard copy. It will be out as an audio book sometime early next year.

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  7. Whoever in Bookschatter set up this site for my book did a great job. One of the best I've seen. Thank you!

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  8. Have any of you been to Antarctica?

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