Thursday Threads features Rachel Sharpe and Lost Distinction

Let’s welcome Rachel Sharpe! Here is a little about her and Lost Distinction, the second book in her Jordan James, PI series. 

I read and thoroughly enjoyed Cold Ambition and can’t wait to see what Jordan is up to now!

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 Bio:

Rachel Sharpe is the author of Cold Ambition and Lost Distinction, the first two novels in     the Jordan James, PI series. Although born and raised in the South, “Yankee” relatives     first  led Rachel to historic New England, which she has come to consider her second home   and is  the setting for the series.

After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in English, Rachel began dedicating her free time to her childhood passion, writing, and in the fall of 2013, she signed with Soul Mate Publishing. An active member of Sisters In Crime, Rachel currently resides with her husband in the Greater New Orleans area. 

LostDistinction400Lost Distinction Blurb:            

“It all started with a favor…”

When private investigator Jordan James agreed to search for the missing son of a U.S.   Ambassador, she didn’t realize she was walking into a case one hundred years in the making. The deeper she delves into this unusual assignment, the more shocking, and the more dangerous, it becomes. With time running out and lives at stake, Jordan must race to identify the culprit of an elaborate plot while also uncovering a far more personal truth too intimate to ignore…

ColdAmbition400Also, be sure to check out Jordan’s first case in Cold Ambition, available now on Amazon! 

Excerpt from Lost Distinction:

“So, when was the last time you saw Arthur?” I asked as the guys cheered when one of Stuart’s sons scored a touchdown with George’s help. 

Michelle stared past the men. “I guess the last time I saw him was at Easter. Since Mr. and Mrs. Cross couldn’t make it back from London in time, we went over to Stuart’s house in Falmouth. I was surprised to see him there.”

“Why? Does he usually avoid family holidays?”

She clapped when Rick carried one of the twins over the “goal line” for a touchdown. She looked back at me and shrugged. “To be honest, I haven’t seen Arthur many times in all the years I’ve been married to Eddie. He lives and works in Middletown but just always seems too busy to come around. Eddie never gave me specifics, but I think Arthur tries to stay away from his family for some reason.”

“He didn’t say why?”

“No,” she shook her head. “Can’t say I blame him…”

I found myself more confused every time I learned more about this situation. As I sat there, I considered all the things I knew as fact. First, Arthur Cross was missing and had been missing for several days. Second, his family was concerned enough about his disappearance that they felt it necessary for his parents to fly in from London, but they did not want to involve the police as it might generate unwanted publicity. Third, they were going to a lot of trouble pretending like nothing was wrong. 

I looked across the yard and saw the Crosses watching their children and grandchildren with absolute enjoyment. The last thing I knew was by far the most troubling fact of all. As I sat there, it became crystal clear that this family was hiding a secret. What I didn’t know at the time was how great the secret was and how many lives its revelation would affect, including my own.

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BUY LINK For “LOST DISTINCTION,” Book Two of Jordan James, PI series: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00Q5OGCS4/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1417010262&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SY200_QL40

BUY LINK For “COLD AMBITION,” Book One of Jordan James, PI series: http://www.amzn.com/B00L2OLQPG/ColdAmbition400

FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/authorrachelsharpe

TWITTER: Twitter.com/RachelCSharpe

WEBSITE: www.rachelsharpe.com

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