2018 #RRBC WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG HOP! – Mary Adler

Today on The Indie Spot, I am proud to support 2018 Rave Reviews Book Club Writers’ Conference & Book Expo sponsor and RWISA author Mary Adler! 

Shadowed By Death by Mary Adler!

San Francisco, 1944. Sophia Nirenska, a Polish resistance fighter who survived the Warsaw ghetto uprising, finds safety in California until someone tries to kill her. She insists political enemies want to silence her, but homicide detective Oliver Wright, on medical leave from the Marines, believes the motive is more personal. He and his German shepherd, Harley, try to protect Sophia, but she insists on doing things her own way—a dangerous decision.

Oliver guards Sophia as they travel from an Italian cafe in Richmond to communist chicken farmers in Petaluma where her impetuous actions put them both in mortal danger.

When Oliver rescues a girl and her dog who are running for their lives, he discovers the dark secret at the heart of the threat to Sophia, a secret with its roots in Poland. When he does, he is forced to choose between enforcing the law as he knows it and jeopardizing Sophia or accepting a rougher kind of justice.

Shadowed by Death accurately portrays the fears and troubles of the communities of northern California as they bear the burdens of World War II and celebrate the gift of finding family among strangers.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my profile of this great read! If you did, head on over to Amazon and pick up your copy today!

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36 thoughts on “2018 #RRBC WC&BE SPONSORS BLOG HOP! – Mary Adler

  1. Shirley Harris-Slaughter

    Hi Mary. I have roots in lower California, so I find your book interesting for that reason. My family migrated from Tennessee, to East Texas, to Oklahoma and to California. I read the original and I see you did some revising. I will have to update if that is possible. Shadowed by Death is on my TBR radar list. Congratulations.

    Beem, thank you for bringing Mary to us.

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    1. Mary Adler

      Thank you, Wendy! I look forward to hearing your thoughts about it. (Not necessarily in a review. Just what you think.) It is interesting how varied we are here at RRBC. My books are totally grounded in history and real events, and your books are in wonderful worlds you have created.

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  2. Mary Adler

    Thank you, Beem for hosting me today. You are so generous in giving your time and your support! I wish your generosity comes back to you a hundredfold.

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  3. Mary Adler

    Jan, I don’t know how you find the time to do everything you do already!! Thank you for taking the time to come by after your exhausting weekend. You are so supportive!

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