⭐️ Audio Blog Tour: Innocence on Trial by Rick Bowers

Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for Innocence on Trial, a Legal Thriller from Author Rick Bowers. 

The tour will run from May 31st to June 6th.

Signups end on May 24th.

Innocence on Trial is narrated by Eleanor Caudill. Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via Audible US or UK.

Review copies will be distributed by May 8th. Reviews posted during the tour need to be of at least 3.5 stars.

All other info will be included in the Tour Media Kit, distributed via email the week before the start of the tour. There will also be a link on the Host HQ page.

All tour stops must be posted by 10am EST. 

Author: Rick Bowers

Narrator: Eleanor Caudill

Length: 7 hours and 31 minutes

Released: Feb. 5, 2020

Publisher: Rick Bowers

Genre: Legal Thriller

Synopsis

Seeking a high profile case to jet-fuel her career and striving to strike a blow for justice, attorney Laura Tobias sets out to clear a man she believes was wrongfully imprisoned for murder, ten years before. The young lawyer, a rising star with the Council Against Wrongful Convictions, is the last hope for inmate Eddie Nash, serving life without parole at the infamous Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York.

 

 Attica, one of the last of the classic "big houses", is still haunted by the 1971 inmate revolt and police siege that left dozens of prisoners and hostages dead. Appealing the cast in federal court and unraveling the facts, Laura uncovers evidence that Eddie was framed by the police for murder - the brutal hanging of a troubled young woman in the remote upstate town of Eden.

 

Realizing that the real "hangman of Eden" may still be at large, Laura also finds herself being stalked. Are the police out to stop her from exposing their frame-up? Is the real killer seeking to keep her from reopening the investigation? 

 

Teaming up with noted innocence investigator Charles Steel, she gets a lead on evidence that could clear her client and point to the real killer. With a new trial moving forward, Laura must find the truth and prevail in court, without becoming the next victim.

About the Author: Rick Bowers

Rick Bowers is an award-winning author and journalist specializing in the quest for social justice and equal rights. Rick has written three books, penned a PBS documentary and directed an oral history project that gathered thousands of first-hand accounts of the civil rights movement. Rick's work has also been honored with the prestigious Peabody Award, Emmy Award and Webby Award.

Rick recently debuted as a fiction writer with the release Innocence on Trial -- a legal thriller about an idealistic young lawyer seeking to exonerate a wrongfully convicted man. Finding that her client was framed by the police, attorney Laura Tobias also finds herself being stalked. Are the police seeking to keep her from exposing their frame-up? Or is the real killer trying to stop her from re-opening the case?

Bowers' non-fiction book Spies of Mississippi (National Geographic, 2010) exposed the secret, state-run spy network dedicated to preserving segregation in 1950s and '60s. Spies of Mississippi transported readers into a world of infiltrators and informants working to undercut civil rights organizations in the deep South at the height of the civil rights movement. The state spies framed civil rights leaders, jailed activists, threatened sympathizers and funded white supremacist organizations with tax dollars. Working with filmaker Dawn Porter, Bowers also penned the PBS/Independent Lens documentary version of Spies of Mississippi, which won numerous awards for its hard hitting treatment of the topic. Bowers' book Superman vs. the Ku Klux Klan (National Geographic 2012) revealed how the Man of Steel exposed the men of hate to a generation of children. The book details how the producers of the Adventures of Superman radio serial pitted the iconic superhero against a thinly veiled version of the KKK to five million children radio listeners in 1946, winning widespread praise from civic leaders and the press and humiliating the actual Klan. Superman vs. the KKK is now in development as a feature film by Paper Chase Films in L.A.

In addition to writing books and making films, Bowers also conceptualized and directed "Voices of Civil Rights," a ground-breaking oral-history project that collected thousands of first-hand accounts of the small acts of courage that powered the civil rights movement. This priceless treasure trove of 21,000 recollections, letters, essays, audio tracks, videos and photographs is now archived at the Library of Congress and the Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. A collaboration of AARP, the Library of Congress, the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and History Channel, Voices produced best-selling books and award-winning documentaries. The Voices of Civil Rights documentary won the prestigious Emmy and Peabody awards.

He has also appeared on a wide range of media outlets, including PBS, NPR, CBS, the History Channel and Discovery Network.

Prior to working on books, films and multi-media projects, Bowers worked as a newspaper reporter and editor for more than 15 years, reporting for the "Patriot Ledger "of Quincy, Massachusetts, the "Miami Herald, "and "USA Today." His articles have been published in many of the most prestigious publications in the country, including the "Washington Post," "Chicago Tribune," " Philadelphia Inquirer," and "TIME." He also worked as a director/vice president of creative initiatives for AARP, conceptualizing and directing far-reaching projects on important social issues.

About the Narrator: Eleanor Caudill

I am a voice over, theatre, and commercial actress. I have a strong and confident speaking voice and a penchant for identifying the subtleties and nuance within varying reading materials. I have a passion for reading and that passion is multiplied when sharing a story with others. It would be my honor to tell your story.

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Tour Schedule

Multiple stops per day.

May 8th: Review copies are distributed.

May 24th:  Media packets are distributed via email.


May 31st:
4 the Love of Audiobooks (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Author Interview)
Nesie's Place (Review, Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)
Jazzy Book Reviews (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Guest Post)

Jun. 1st:
Audiobook News (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)
A Wonderful World of Words (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)
Super Booked! (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Guest Post)

Jun. 2nd:
What Is That Book About (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)
T's Stuff (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Author Interview)
The Book Junkie Reads . . . (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)

Jun. 3rd:
Just 4 My Books (Review, Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)
Mowgli With A Book (Review)
2 Girls & A Book (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Guest Post)

Jun. 4th:
Author Anthony Avina's Blog (Review, Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)
Reading A Page Turner (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Author Interview)
The Clipped Nightingale (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Guest Post)

Jun. 5th:
Locks, Hooks and Books (Review, Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)
Eileen Troemel (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt)
Teatime and Books (Spotlight + Audio Excerpt, Guest Post)

Jun. 6th:
The World As I See It (Review)
Willow Writes and Reads (Review)

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