Today I’m taking part in the blog tour for The Widow’s Walk. My spotlight post is written with thanks to Zoe O’Farrell for inviting me on the tour.
Cape May, N.J. 1976
When NYC editor Audrey Taylor finalizes her divorce, it seems as if her entire world has collapsed around her. And when she inherits a run-down Victorian mansion in a decaying N.J. beach town, it only seems to get worse. At least, until she finds the treasure map.
The Widow’s Walk is a tale of growth, self-discovery, and learning to appreciate all the good that life has to offer. A romance wrapped in a historical subplot, a mystery hidden in a centuries-old crime, it ties two unsuspecting people together to find a love that neither expected—which is far more precious than buried treasure could ever be.
About the Author:
John Anthony Miller writes all things historical—thrillers, mysteries, and romance.
He sets his novels in exotic locations spanning all eras of space and time, with complex characters forced to face inner conflicts, fighting demons both real and imagined.
Each of his novels are unique: a Medieval epic, four historical mysteries, two Cold-War thrillers, a 1970’s cozy/romance, four WWII thrillers, and the Revolutionary War spy novel, The Minister’s Wife.
He lives in southern New Jersey.
The Widow’s Walk is available from Amazon.
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