Tuesday, March 17, 2015

My Latest Book by Marilyn aka F.M. Meredith

Though I haven't seen a copy yet, Violent Departures, the latest in my Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery series is now available on Amazon.


Blurb for Violent Departures:

College student, Veronica Randall, disappears from her car in her own driveway, everyone in the Rocky Bluff P.D. is looking for her. Detective Milligan and family move into a house that may be haunted. Officer Butler is assigned to train a new hire and faces several major challenges.

I am expecting copies and hope to have them by the time this blog post appears.

As always, I have events scheduled and hoping to have books available by them.

On line, I'll be doing a blog tour, and here is where I'l be and what I wrote about the first week:

What’s Happening with Gordon Butler?

            Introduction to the Rocky Bluff P.D. Mystery Series

            My Writing Process


 What’s Up Next?

The Importance of Place

            Coming Up With New Ideas for an Ongoing Series


Because it has been popular on my other blog tours, once again I’m offering the chance for the person who comments on the most blog posts during this tour to have a character named for him or her in the next Rocky Bluff P.D. mystery.

Or if that doesn’t appeal, the person may choose one of the earlier books in the series—either a print book or Kindle copy.

For those of you who haven't read one in this series, it isn't necessary to start at the first one as I've written each as a stand-alone--whatever the crime is will be solved by the end. Yes, of course, the characters grow and change through out. This has been called a cozy police-procedural though it really doesn't have the criteria for a cozy except that the setting is a small town and it is a bit milder than most police proceduarls as the members of the police department and their families are more tlike the men and women that I know.

Marilyn aka F.M. Meredith


  1. Marilyn, this looks like a wonderful idea. I'm marking my calendar now! Congratulations and best wishes for the tour!

  2. Thank you, Paula. I really enjoy blog tours--yes, they are work, but it's a great way to interact with readers and I can do it from home.

  3. Best of luck with the new release and the tour.