Acting Off-Script: A Grant's Crossing Story

· Grant's Crossing Book 3 · Jamie Tremain

About this ebook

Autumn has come to Grant’s Crossing, bringing the Annual Fall Fair, Halloween, and a murder.

An unused cinema on the main street has been undergoing renovations, but work comes to a halt when a woman’s body is discovered buried beneath construction materials. There is no shortage of suspects, but when Alysha’s partner, Jeff Iverson, is questioned, then it becomes personal to her, and Leven Lodge.

The murder in Grant’s Crossing affects more than one relationship – one with a deadly outcome. Amid their preparations for the Annual Fall Fair, and Halloween, Leven Lodge’s residents have more than enough to keep them busy. Minnie has returned and a new couple have also settled into life at the lodge.

The colourful characters who call Leven Lodge home will see some changes, for Alysha most of all. But with the support of Dianne, and Jan, she learns how to Stand Fast and weather the storms this season brings.

About the author

Jamie Tremain is not one person, but two! Pam Blance and Liz Lindsay are Jamie Tremain.

In the summer of 2007 Pam and Liz began their writing journey as Jamie Tremain when it was discovered they shared a love of reading – and writing!

Currently Jamie Tremain has two series. The Dorothy Dennehy Mystery Series and The Grant’s Crossing series.

Even before their first book in The Dorothy Dennehy Mystery Series was published, they had been actively building their brand. One of their fortes was, and still is, interviews on their blog with other authors, and readers. Networking with the supportive writing community continues to be a priority.

A recent “Author Survival Network” private group was established on Facebook to offer fellow authors a place to meet, share experiences and offer encouragement to each other.

Jamie Tremain belongs to Crime Writers of Canada, International Thriller Writers, and are proud to be part of the Genre5 Writers group in Guelph, Ontario.

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