Audiobookworm Promotions is organizing an audiobook blog tour for Last Seen, a British Mystery novel from Author Jo A. Hiestand.
The tour will run from Dec. 15th to 21st and will have 15 maximum stops.
Signups end on Dec. 8th.
Last Seen is narrated by Tristan Kopta. It is 7 hours and 33 minutes long.
Reviewers will receive complementary digital copies of the audiobook via Audible.com or Audible.co.uk.
Review copies will be distributed by Nov. 18th. Reviews must be of at least 3.5 stars.
Post options for this tour include: Reviews, Spotlights, Author Interviews, Dream Casts, Character Interviews, Character Profiles, and a giveaway.
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: Jo A. Hiestand
Narrator: Tristan Kopta
Length: 7 hours 33 minutes
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Released: Oct. 23, 2019
One dark night, popular singer Kent Harrison goes missing after his performance at Tutbury Castle. When his body’s found in a forest, the police investigation focuses on Kent’s ex-wife, a local herbalist, a covetous colleague, and even the curator of another castle who tried to lure Kent into performing there.
But his occasional singing partner, Dave Morley, seems to have the biggest motive. He’s dying to make his name, money, and the big time, especially at the medieval Minstrels Court reenactment, where Kent’s appearance guarantees standing room only. Did Dave murder Kent to eliminate the competition...or had their partnership struck a wrong chord?
To entice him into investigating, ex-cop McLaren's girlfriend plays detective. But Dena ends up in great danger. Now, McLaren must not only solve Kent’s murder but also rescue her. A hard task when a web of jealousy, anger, and lies covers the trails.
About the Author: Jo A. Hiestand
Jo A. Hiestand can usually be found at her computer, which is good, since she writes three mystery series. It seems a natural progression from her job as a graphic artist – crafting word images on a sheet of paper instead of creating graphics on the computer screen. Between the two computer stints, she lived in Britain for her semi-pro folk singing career and became friends with several English police detectives. The latter relationship was not a consequence of the former calling, however, but all these UK aspects find their way into her books. When not tapping on the keyboard, Jo enjoys reading, baking, and photography. She lives in the St Louis area with her cat, Tennyson, and way too many kilts.
Multiple stops per day.
Nov. 18th: Review copies are distributed.
Nov. 30th: Interview questions due to me.
Dec. 8th: Media packets are distributed via email.