Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Ugly Paradise

Lindsey Paley may be a master of humorous contemporary Chick-Lit, but with Ugly Paradise, she shows a darker side. Ugly Paradise is a story of mystery and suspense set in the tropical paradise of Bali - the 'Island of the Gods' - but beneath beauty, evil lurks. Will Katie's quest to discover her identity lead her to the answers she craves or destroy her chance of happiness? To find out, keep reading or click on any highlighted Ugly Paradise Link to buy on Amazon for your Kindle for just $3.99.

Back Cover Blurb:
Katie Anderson has no idea who she is, or why she was abandoned to her fate after an attack by an escaped Sumatran tiger — the pet of a local Californian scriptwriter. Who was she with when she was attacked? Why was there a severed goat's head secreted in her rucksack? In the five years since the attack, Katie has grown accustomed to the indelible paw print etched on her cheek, which draws sympathetic glances and repulsed stares in equal measure. That is, until the cruelty of a casual comment from a wrinkle-free diner at The Alice Garden restaurant in Sanur Beach sparks her quest for answers, launching Katie on a painful path to discover the truth. Will Katie find the spiritual and emotional serenity she craves? Or will society's obsession with physical perfection defeat her progress?

About The Author:
Lindsey Paley is a Yorkshire girl who now lives in North East England with her husband and young son. When not writing in her peppermint and cream summerhouse (shed), she can be found either up to her elbows in flour baking cakes and biscuits or practicing her swing on the golf course.  Lindsey can be contacted on her Author Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/lindseypaleybooks 

For on other great books by Lindsey Paley just click on the links below to learn more or purchase through Amazon:

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for having me as a guest on your blog, Kim. I'm excited to read your new novel - A Dose of Danger - I loved all your other books so much. Lindsey Paley

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  2. sounds like another winner- I read the blurb at the end of Susan's Pesto and Potholes last night. Got my heart thumpin'.

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