It’s official! My bestselling Mystery novel, “Murder in the Cards” has reached the finals for the 2020 RONE Awards. Winner of two awards for excellence, it has now moved on as a finalist for this prestigious honor. Thanks to all for making this possible.
“Murder in the Cards” has been nominated for a RONE Award by InDtale Magazine, and I need YOUR VOTE. In order for it to reach the next level of judging it requires votes from readers like you
It takes a few steps. You have to register first (there’s a checkbox where you can opt-out of their emails- you can uncheck it unless you want their free newsletter). After that is completed you can vote. “Murder in the Cards” is listed in the Mystery category and the voting period runs from Monday, May 11th through the 17th.
I would really appreciate your vote. The link is below, and thank you in advance for your participation.
Award-winning author Tony Piazza has released his latest, “Murder in the Cards.” Logan’s investigation takes him from the Grand Canyon to LA, and eventually to the Central Coast where he’s employed by a newspaper magnate, who happens to have a “castle” on a hill.
While investigating one murder, another more bizarre crime embroils Los Angeles PI Tom Logan in the strangest case of his career. Tom and his wife Rita are invited to a Halloween party by influential and reclusive 1930s newspaper mogul Charles Randolph. In Randolph’s mysterious castle perched atop a winding Central Coast hill, Logan encounters an odd array of suspects. These include a film actor, a journalist, a comic, and a lawyer, any of whom might be the killer. Gypsy fortunetelling, Tarot card readings—and most bizarre of all—a séance that ‘materializes’ the spirit of a movie actress whose earlier death Logan had been investigating, immerse Logan into a chilling mixture of dangerous games played against a backdrop of menace and intrigue.
The Santa Maria Library will be hosting the 50th Anniversary of the motion picture “Bullitt” on May 5th, 2018. The event will be held in the Shepard Hall, Santa Maria Library, 421 S McClelland St., from 1 – 4:30 PM. The cost: free.
Tony Piazza will be giving a talk, “Bullitt from Script to Screen,” share some personal stories, movies, and photos of his family’s involvement in the film. And as a finale, the film,”Bullitt” will be screened.
Below is the official flyer courtesy of the Santa Maria Library
Tony Piazza, author of six mystery bestsellers, including,”Anything Short of Murder,” “A Murder Amongst Angels,” “Murder is Such Sweet Revenge,” and his latest, “Murder Will Out,” will be making a personal appearance at a local Author Book Fair (details below). Hope to see you there.
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