Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Black Swamp Mysteries Series & Giveaway

I have only finished the second book in the series and am going to have a review post on it soon on my other blog. But I really wanted to tip my hat to the woman who has made mysteries a new love for me. p. m. terrell writes so beautifully, and interweaves her characters into each novel so you always feel like you are revisiting an old friend. She surprises with each twist and turn of her story and you really can never predict what's going to happen next. So as I get ready to dive into the third book I want to thank you Ms Terrell,  I feel like you have become an old and much loved friend.

Meet p. m. terrell

p.m.terrell is the internationally acclaimed, award-winning author of more than 18 books, including Vicki's Key, a 2012 International Book Awards and 2012 USA Best Book Awards finalist and River Passage, winner of the 2010 Best Drama Award. A full-time writer since 2002, p.m. previously founded and operated two computer companies with a specialty in computer crime and computer intelligence. Her clients included the CIA, United States Secret Service and the Department of Defense as well as local law enforcement agencies. Her expertise in computers and intelligence often finds its way into her books. She is also the co-founder of The Book 'Em Foundation and founder and chair of The Book 'Em North Carolina Writers Conference and Book Fair, which raises money to increase literacy rates. As a hobby, she raises freshwater angelfish - the same thing her characters do as their front for the CIA. For more information about p.m.terrell, visit and for more information on the upcoming Writers Conference, visit

You can find her books at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes!!


  1. Thank you so much for the praise, KJ. I truly appreciate it, and I am very glad you've enjoyed the first two books. I'm told each one is better than the one before it, so I hope you'll continue to enjoy the entire series.

  2. Dylan's song is next on my tbr list. Can't wait to dive into it.

    Just a heads up, but some of the entry buttons aren't working.

  3. Joyce, Dylan's Song is really good. I read it and am now starting at the beginning, not that they need to be read in order. KJ, I love her mysteries as well.