By Sherry — I’m excited to share my newest cover with you!
It’s always so exciting to see the cover of my next book. And I have to say I’ve loved all my covers.
When my editor at Kensington, Gary Goldstein, first asked for my ideas for the cover of Tagged for Death, I told him I wanted to have an old-fashion tag on the cover. I love how they’ve incorporated the tag on each of the books.
Here’s the back cover copy:
HER BROTHER IS NO BARGAIN
When Sarah Winston’s estranged brother Luke shows up on her doorstep, asking her not to tell anyone he’s in town—especially her ex, the chief of police—the timing is strange, to say the least. Hours earlier, Sarah’s latest garage sale was taped off as a crime scene following the discovery of a murdered Vietnam vet and his gravely injured wife—her clients, the Spencers.
BUT IS HE A KILLER?
All Luke will tell Sarah is that he’s undercover, investigating a story. Before she can learn more, he vanishes as suddenly as he appeared. Rummaging through his things for a clue to his whereabouts, Sarah comes upon a list of veterans and realizes that to find her brother, she’ll have to figure out who killed Mr. Spencer. And all without telling her ex . . .
Readers: Do the covers of books influence your decision to buy it? What appeals to you on a cover?
JULIE HERE: First of all, I love the new cover! Secondly, Woofmew won the drawing for CLOCK AND DAGGER.
I’ve contacted her.