Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Blog Tour - Dearly Departed by Tristi Pinkston


Ida Mae
Babbitt rides again!

Ida Mae Babbitt may be a reformed woman, but trouble just can't stay away.
Follow the blog tour for Dearly Departed by Tristi Pinkston and learn
about Ida Mae's latest adventure.



This is the second book in Tristi Pinkston's Secret Sisters Series, and if you loved the first you'll love this one too. If you haven't read the first you can just pick up on the story with Dearly Departed. One of my favorite things about Dearly Departed was that Tristi gave Eden, Ida Mae's friend's granddaughter, a more essential role. I spoke to Tristi about that last weekend and she told me she was surprised by Eden as well. While Ida Mae works the inside of the Care Center, Eden investigates the crime from the outside. They made a great team. Not to mention having Kevin's help. I do love a little romance!

One thing's for sure. If, when I'm a little elderly woman, I ever break a leg and arm and am left completely helpless, I wouldn't mind checking into a place like Shady Aspen Retirement Center. Well, except for the whole murdering of residents thing.

Check out Dearly Departed for a fun light read that will give you ideas for how to spend your retirement years!

Walnut Springs Press will be giving away THREE copies of
Dearly Departed . One
GRAND PRIZE winner will win this fun
scrap booking pack.


It's easy to enter.
1. Visit the fabulous reviews and leave a comment letting us know why
you're excited to read Dearly
Departed
. Remember to include your email address.
2. For an additional entry become a follower of Walnut Springs Press blog,
Tristi's blog, or any of the fabulous reviews blog. Leave a comment letting
us know who's blog you now follow.
3. If you tweet about the blog tour, or post about it on your blog or
facebook, leave the link in the comments section and you'll receive an
additional entry for each post.


Good Luck! Entries close at midnight (MST) on March 6th.

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Ida Mae Babbitt has done her community service and is a reformed
woman - no more law-breaking for her. But when Arlette's granddaughter
Eden discovers a mystery in a fancy nursing home, Ida Mae - with the
perfect excuse of a broken wrist and a broken ankle - checks herself into
the place. After all, it is for the greater good. Soon she's buzzing
around in her motorized wheelchair, questioning the residents and swiping
files from the office. She's bound and determined to get to the bottom of
this case. But can she solve the mystery before she becomes the next
victim?

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Elizabeth Mueller

February 22
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Cottam)

February 23
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(Kimberly Coates)

February 24
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February 28
Cheryl's Book Nook
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March 1
JDP News (Joyce DiPastena)

March 2
Teri Rodeman

March 3
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So
(Sheila Stayley)

5 comments:

Tristi Pinkston said...

Thanks for your review!! It was so fun to chat with you during LTUE - thanks for letting me hang out at your table.

Vivien said...

Fabulous review. I'm getting so excited following all these stops.
+1 follow Walnut Springs

Vivien
deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

TheGirlOnFire said...

This was an intriguing review thanks for the insight.

Stephanie
thegirlongire27 at gmail dot com

MaryKay said...

Thanks for the review. This sounds like a fun story. I'm looking forward to reading it.

MaryKay
parkay24@yahoo.com

Janet said...

I got it from the library yesterday and finished it last night. I loved it.