Friday the 13th is your lucky day!
This Friday, September 13, I am featuring a Friday Freebie of my recently re-released book, An Unholy Alliance, the first book in the Emma Golden Mystery Series.
Here’s how it works:
- Any time after midnight Thursday night until midnight Friday night you may order your Ebook copy of An Unholy Alliance absolutely free.
- To do this, go to my website, https://www.judynedry.com
- Go to the My Books section, click on An Unholy Alliance and order the Ebook. (You can read the first chapter here too.)
- At checkout, enter the coupon code fridayfreeb. Applies to kindle, nook, et al, and pdf.
- You’re all set! Enjoy!
Here’s what readers are saying about An Unholy Alliance:
MEL reviewed An Unholy Alliance: Emma Golden Mysteries Book 1
Could Not Put It Down
Clever and funny story with nice twists and turns.
Really well done character and relationship development.
Engaging plot set against the back drop of the Oregon wine country.
Cannot wait for the next one!
RM reviewed An Unholy Alliance
Wine, Mystery and Murder
This mystery set in the Oregon wine country is full-bodied but lively, like a good pinot. Emma Golden is an engaging sleuth and the supporting characters are varied and well-drawn. I enjoyed the humor and I learned about wine making.
LG reviewed An Unholy Alliance
Move Over Miss Marple – Meet Emma Golden
Emma Golden has the curiosity, courage & patience to be a great
sleuth. As a lifelong fan of Agatha Christie and the one-of-a-kind
Miss Marple, I loved getting inside Emma’s brain and also her psyche
as a woman of a certain age who has overcome a lot. Judy Nedry has
birthed an intelligent and creative character, who led me through An
Unholy Alliance on one bicoastal plane ride last week in great style.
LB reviewed An Unholy Alliance: Emma Golden Mysteries Book 1
The mystery world needs more Emma Goldens
Emma Golden is like a lot of women of “a certain age”. She’s intelligent, feisty, insatiably curious and also imperfect. When she finds herself a witness to the aftermath of a murder, she can’t help herself. She just has to learn more. What follows is absorbing, funny and, if you’re interested in the wine industry, ultimately educational. It’s a fine first mystery from a writer with a great future.