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Thursday
Feb132014

Meet the hunks of Who Killed 'Tom Jones'? Today, the detective.

More than one love interest can spice up a novel. In WHO KILLED 'TOM JONES'? the female protagonist, Ellie Overton, is twenty-eight and single. She's not as confident in her looks as she is in her practical problem-solving ability, yet both have caught the attention of Detective First Grade Marc Levy of the Hankey-Pankey Regional Police Force.

Detective Levy, or "Levy" as Ellie calls him, is a hardworking guy from a blue-collar background in his early thirties who came to Pankey, PA to advance his career. He's handsome, courteous, brave, and ready to fall in love with the right girl.

Is WHO KILLED 'TOM JONES'? thoughtful detective the right guy for Ellie?

 Detective Marc Levy has a touch of the old fashioned romantic in him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

So which guy does Ellie fall for? Levy's old-fashioned charm makes her weak-kneed. One Amazon reviewer had this today about today's hunk:

I also found it sexy that her romantic interest (Marc Levy) had an old time charm about him. Made my heart skip a beat!"

Of course, all is revealed in WHO KILLED 'TOM JONES'? Through Feb. 16 you can pick up an ecopy of WHO KILLED 'TOM JONES'? (Amazon, Barnes & Noble) for just 99 cents.

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