Archive for the mystery Category
This is a first for me–Launching on Zoom, but I think it will be fun to see all of you. Please join me for a fun chat and lots of prizes.Teresa Burrell is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
This is the cover my readers picked for the 12th book in The Advocate Series, The Advocate’s Labyrinth. Thank you all for your input.
This book is available now for Pre-Order on Kindle. It will be available soon for Pre-order in Paperback on this website. www.teresaburrell.com.
It will release on December 8, 2020. I hope to see you on the launch on December 8, 2020 from 5:00 to 6:30 PT. We’re changing it up a bit this year and will be doing the launch on ZOOM instead of Facebook. I’m hoping you will all join me. I will be sending emails with the URL for Zoom as soon as I have it.
THE ADVOCATE’S KILLER is released today. It is book number eleven in The Advocate Series. This book was written in the shortest length of time so far. However, it had less to do with an increase in my writing speed, than it had to do with the Covid-19 pandemic. Stuck at home in isolation gave me a lot of writing time.
I have to tell you though, I’m starting to get cabin fever. I miss my walks at the bay and the beach. I miss seeing my family. I miss going to the movies. Heck, I even miss going to the store, and I hate to shop.
I sit here feeling sorry for my self, and then I think about how lucky I really am. My heart goes out to all those families who have lost loved ones. They will forever feel the loss. For the rest of us, this won’t last forever, and if we are all kind and thoughtful of others, we can get through this together.
Stay safe and Covid-19 Free.
THE ADVOCATE’S JUSTICE is the tenth book in The Advocate Series. Once again, Sabre, JP, and Bob solve another mystery. The book released today and is now available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle. It will soon be available on Audible as well.
Attorney Sabre Brown is charged with saving Conner, a fifteen-year-old who’s accused of murdering his grandma’s abusive boyfriend. All eyewitness accounts and forensic evidence point directly to the boy. To make matters worse, this time it’s personal. Conner is the nephew of JP Torn, Sabre’s boyfriend.
Undaunted, Sabre and JP investigate, turning up sordid details and a long list of suspects.
Soon, tempers flare, confidences are broken, and secrets of the past surface in the present as Sabre and JP untangle the web of lies created by JP’s family.
MASON’S MISSING is the first book in my newest series. Up until now, I have only written novels in The Advocate Series. In book #6, The Advocate’s Felony, I had a character named Tuper that became a fan favorite. When The Advocate’s Felony was released, I had request after request for more Tuper. Since Tuper didn’t fit in San Diego in JP and Sabre’s world, I started his own series. Tuper is an old cowboy who lives near Helena, Montana. He likes three things, women, guns, and gambling. In the new series, Tuper meets up with an unlikely sidekick, a young computer hacker. The dialog between these two was really fun to write.MASON’S MISSING is available for Pre-Order now and will release on Tuesday, October 3, 2017. Please join me for the Facebook Launch on Teresa Burrell Fan Page from 4:00 to 7:00 PDT. I will also be making a personal appearance to launch the paperback version on Saturday, October 7, at 10:30 a.m. at The Ontario Convention Center, 2000 Convention Center Way, Ontario, California. Come by and say hello if you can. In honor of the release of MASON’S MISSING, The Advocate’s Felony will be FREE on Kindle from 10/2 through 10/6. Download a copy if you haven’t already, and please tell your friends.Keep on reading…
The Advocate’s Geocache, the 7th book in The Advocate Series, will be released on June 2nd. However, it is NOW available for pre-order on the Kindle. Click here to pre-order your copy. It will be delivered at 12:00 a.m. on June 2, 2015.
And don’t forget to join us on Facebook for the launch on June 2! Details to follow.
The Advocate, the first book in my Advocate Series, just received a facelift. I just had someone design a new cover and I must tell you it is receiving a huge number of hits on Kindle since the change. The paperback will be released soon with the new cover on Amazon as well.
The Advocate’s Betrayal and The Advocate’s Conviction are also receiving new covers which will be updated real soon.
Please let me know what you think of the new look.
The third book in the Advocate series is moving right along. A couple of weeks ago I blogged about the storyline in the third book in The Advocate series. Since then I’ve been getting lots of questions so over the next few months I will give you a few peeks into what’s to come.
JP has to figure out what year and make this car is. It’s an essential part of his investigation. It could just be the key to solving the mystery. Do you know what it is? Can you see enough of the car to figure out the make, model, and year of the car?
And what about this 1931 Chrysler Imperial? Isn’t it a beauty? I did some research for The Advocate #3 while I was in Florida. I spent a whole day walking through an antique classic car show. There was about 1500 cars at the show all built prior to 1985. What a hoot! So many beautiful old cars all in one place.
The last few weeks have been marked by several wonderful signing events, successful home shows, and busy planning for the days ahead. Those of you who follow the world of mystery writing know what I’m talking about. Bouchercon, one of the premier mystery conferences for writers and readers alike, will be held in the beautiful city of San Francisco this weekend.
I’ll be a panelist on a new event called “Continuous Conversation.” I’m excited to see how it all works. The conversation will be led by authors and continue throughout the conference. I’ll be on the panel on Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. At 2:30 p.m. that same day I’ll be on the lower floor signing my newest release, “The Advocate’s Betrayal.” Please stop in and say hello if you are at the conference…or in the neighborhood.
Tomorrow I fly north with a stop in Concord to spend a few hours with some dear old friends, and meet a couple of new ones. Then on to the conference where I’ll meet up with more friends. I always meet so many wonderful people at these events. I’m excited.