Introducing a New Rebecca Stone Mystery Novel: SINK LIKE A STONE

by Phyllis Zimbler Miller on July 3, 2015

Cover of SINK LIKE A STONE

I have just launched the cozy mystery novel SINK LIKE A STONE serialized on Wattpad, where the chapters of the mystery can be read for free. (See http://budurl.com/Sinkintro for intro and first chapter.)

This is the second mystery novel in the Rebecca Stone series following CAST THE FIRST STONE, which is on Amazon in paperback and Kindle formats — see www.amazon.com/author/phylliszimblermiller. (Two Rebecca Stone mystery short stories are available in TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE in Kindle format.)

While in CAST THE FIRST STONE Rebecca has to deal with overcoming her undiagnosed PTSD symptoms along with solving a murder mystery, in SINK LIKE A STONE Rebecca has to deal with a fear of earthquakes and a murder mystery much closer to home — suspects include her friends and acquaintances in the West Los Angeles and Beverly Hills Jewish community.

Needless to say, Rebecca also has to continue dealing with her nemesis MacKensie Porter at the Los Angeles World, the fictional newspaper where they are both business reporters. She also must try to stay under the radar of her boss Peter Tarrington.

I invite you to share with me this new adventure for Rebecca Stone at http://budurl.com/Sinkintro and you can also choose the option to get automatically notified each time I add a new chapter on Wattpad to SINK LIKE A STONE.

And thanks to Yael K. Miller (@YaelKMiller) for creating the book cover.

P.S. You can check out my other fiction and nonfiction on Wattpad at www.wattpad.com/user/ZimblerMiller — recently I have been adding new chapters to the historical novel THE NATURE OF LOVE.

© 2015 Miller Mosaic LLC

Phyllis Zimbler Miller (@ZimblerMiller) has an M.B.A. from The Wharton School and is the author of fiction and nonfiction books/ebooks, including HOW TO SUCCEED IN HIGH SCHOOL AND PREP FOR COLLEGE and the romantic suspense spy thriller CIA FALL GUY, as well as newly written books not yet published. She can be reached at pzmiller@gmail.com

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