Thursday, December 8, 2011


Ella Westin wants to marry
but her wedding day gets a bit hairy.
With murder afoot and motives unclear,
Ella investigates with only one fear,
the number one suspect is the man she calls dear.

She must prove the innocence of her groom
before the wedding march turns a sad tune.
She makes it to the church, the killer still masked,
her hair’s been fixed but her boss is aghast.
They’ll arrest Joe if she doesn’t act fast.

I hope I’ve piqued your interest with this slightest look
but for the full story, you’ll have to buy the eBook.
Just go to Smashwords or
(and while you’re there, look for my mom).

Don’t be on the fence
it’s a mystery short for 99 cents
or if you’re British, a mere 86 pence.

And when you’re finished reading,
when you’re done with the ride,
plunk down another 99 cents
on Honeymoon Homicide.

I think you’ll be pleased, you got your money’s worth
and a laugh or two, you’re mired in mirth
so keep your eyes out for books by Oberth!

I'm delighted to be included in the blog tour of this very talented author, Jennifer Oberth.  Jennifer has published Married to Murder & Honeymoon Homicide this year.  She has many more books in the works; continuing the Ella Westin series with Toxic Train; a new series: Georgia meets Virginia, The Georgia H mystery series, featuring a chef and the crazy woman sleuth she cooks for; and the Masked Rider series, featuring Ella Westin's descendents.  Watch for her new releases!!


  1. Thanks, Dana! Poor Ella Westin just wants to get married...

  2. Very nice post...mine goes up on Saturday.



  3. Elizabeth:

    Jennifer has been on a long blog tour & she wanted to do something a little different for her post here.

    It was fun.