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Book Tour: The Poison in All of Us







The Poison in All of Us (Emmie McAllister Mysteries, #1)
Release Date: 11/17/15
130 pages

Summary from Goodreads:



Winter breaks are supposed to be exciting, but this one is murder. 

A novella of suffragists and secrets. 

In December 1918, the Great War is over and everyone in the small town of Cora, Georgia is ready to relax. Stepping off the train from school, sixteen-year-old Emmie McAllister looks forward to a pleasant Christmas, one in which she can fix up a motorcycle, wear trousers, and enjoy the look on her mother's face.

Yet the holidays turn darker when Emmie and her least favorite classmate, prim and proper Dessa, stumble across the murdered body of the town’s most prominent suffrage activist. Emmie finds herself saddled with Dessa as both girls are determined to help find the killer. But the more they poke around, the harder life gets for outspoken women in Cora. With a mysterious stalker, anonymous threats, and more, if Emmie and Dessa don’t work together and find the culprit quickly, they could be the next victims.


Buy Links: Amazon

About the Author:

Connie B. Dowell writes young adult fiction and nonfiction. She holds a B.A. in English from the University of Georgia and a Masters of Library and Information Science from Valdosta State University. She lives in Virginia with her husband, where they host a history podcast, One Hundred Centuries, and both consume far more coffee than is probably wise.

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December 14:

December 15:
5 Girls Book Reviews – Promo Post
Mythical Books - Promo Post

December 16:
SolaFide Book Club - Promo Post
The Page Unbound - Promo Post

December 17:
Reading Addict - Promo Post
deal sharing aunt - Promo Post

December 18:
Pages to Explore – Review
motif by tanya - Review

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