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June 17, 2016

BLOG TOUR: Greg Messel's Cable Car

                                                      
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CABLE CAR


ON THE HOTTEST DAY OF THE YEAR
1959.......

Cable Car Mystery


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Title: Cable Car Mystery
Author: Greg Messel
Publisher: Sunbreaks Publishing
Pages: 180
Genre: Mystery/Romance
On the hottest day of the year in San Francisco in 1959, Private Detectives Sam and Amelia Slater are contemplating fleeing the city for their Stinson Beach house. However, when Sam decides to take a cable car ride to run some errands on the lazy summer day, he’s suddenly thrust into the spotlight when he rescues a woman who fell onto the busy street. Sam pulls the mysterious red haired woman out of the path of an oncoming cable car in the nick of time. The entire incident is captured by a newspaper photographer who splashes Sam’s heroics all over the front page. Sam is troubled not only by his new status as a city hero, but by the rescued woman’s plea for help. She whispers to Sam that she didn’t fall from the cable car but was pushed. She is frightened and disappears into the crowd before Sam can get more details. A San Francisco newspaper launches a campaign to find the mystery woman and Sam hopes to cross paths with her again.
Meanwhile, Amelia is troubled by the sudden disappearance of her elderly neighbor. Two thuggish younger men who now occupy the house next door say he took a sudden trip. One night when she’s alone Amelia grabs a flashlight and finds some disturbing clues in her neighbor’s garage. What really happened to her neighbor? Amelia is determined to find out.
Award winning author Greg Messel spins a new tale of intrigue in Cable Car Mystery, the sixth book in the Sam Slater Mystery series set in at the 1950s in San Francisco.

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  • Cable Car Mystery is available at Amazon.
  • Discuss this book at PUYB Virtual Book Club at Goodreads.
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Meet the Author

Greg Messel has spent most of his adult life interested in writing, including a career in the newspaper business. He won a Wyoming Press Association Award as a columnist and has contributed articles to various magazines. Greg lives in Edmonds, Washington on Puget Sound with his wife Jean DeFond.
Greg MesselGreg has written nine novels. His latest is “Cable Car Mystery” which is the sixth in a series of mysteries set in 1959 San Francisco. “Shadows In The Fog,” ”Fog City Strangler,” “San Francisco Secrets,” “Deadly Plunge” are sequels to the first book in the series “Last of the Seals.” His other three novels are “Sunbreaks,” “Expiation” and “The Illusion of Certainty.”
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Husband and wife team of private detectives, Sam and Amelia Slater are craving  leaving the city of San Francisco for their Stinson Beach beach house.  Then a ride on a cable car changes all of this.  Sam ends up saving a woman after she claims she was pushed off the cable car.I was kept interested with all the suspense and sometimes twists and turns as the reader turns the pages. The author give us a fast paced read that you won't get bored with reading. Mr. Messel gives the reader some historic information that is entwined in the book. Also in the book from the 1950's are pictures in each chapter. Very interesting as you turn the pages.  Will the woman on the cable car reappear?  Will she be found and will her would be killer be found?  Ride the cable car with Sam and the unknown woman. Your heart will start beating hard as she is pushed? off the car.   Sam is used to being in the spotlight but this is different.  A simple cable car ride to get a haircut and now it's a possible murder case.  

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author, Greg Messel and PUYB in exchange for my honest review. 

  would give this book 5 STARS. 

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Tour Schedule

Monday, May 2 – Interview at PUYB Virtual Book Club
Tuesday, May 3 – First Chapter Reveal at The Dark Phantom
Wednesday, May 4 – Book Feature at Authors & Readers Book Corner
Thursday, May 5 – Interview at The Literary Nook
Friday, May 6 – Book Feature at CBY Book Club
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Monday, May 9 – Interview at Confessions of an Eccentric Bookaholic
Tuesday, May 10 – Book Feature at 3 Partners in Shopping
Wednesday, May 11 – Book Feature at The Recipe Fairy
Thursday, May 12 – Book Feature at The Bookworm Lodge
Thursday, May 12 – Book Feature at What Is That Book About
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Monday, May 16 – Interview at The Book Rack
Tuesday, May 17 – Book Featured at The Mystery Tavern
Wednesday, May 18 – First Chapter Reveal at Read My First Chapter
Thursday, May 19 – Interview at I’m Shelf-ish
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Monday, May 23 – Interview at Beyond the Books
Tuesday, May 24 – First Chapter Reveal at As the Pages Turn
Thursday, May 26 – Book Feature at Storeybook Reviews
Friday, May 27 – Book Feature at The Writer’s Life
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Monday, June 6 – Book Featured at Write and Take Flight
Wednesday, June 8 – Book Feature at FictionZeal
Thursday, June 9 – Book Review at Bound 4 Escape
Friday, June 10 – Book Feature at My Bookish Pleasures
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Monday, June 13 – Book Feature at Literarily Speaking
Tuesday, June 14 – Book Feature at Ali-The Dragon Slayer
Wednesday, June 15 – Book Review at Ashley’s Bookshelf
Thursday, June 16 – Book Feature at Booklover Sue
Thursday, June 16 – Book Review at Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile
Friday, June 17 – Book Review at Books, Reviews, ETC.
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Monday, June 20 – Book Featured at A Title Wave
Tuesday, June 21 – Guest Blogging at Book Cover Junkie
Wednesday, June 22 – Interview at The Noise Beneath the Apple
Thursday, June 23 – Book Review at Books are Love
Thursday, June 23 – Guest Blogging at Lori’s Reading Corner
Friday, June 24 – Book Feature at As the Page Turns
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Monday, June 27 – Book Review at Bless Their Hearts Mom
Tuesday, June 28 – Book Review at Deal Sharing Aunt
Wednesday, June 29 – Book Review at Southeast by Midwest
Thursday, June 30 – Book Review at CelticLady’s Review


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