Mystery Book Tour Day 11 #MysteryNovember Blood Pool by Jan Ryder

November Mystery Tour

Today our guest on the Mystery Book Tour is Jan Ryder and her book Blood Pool

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Where is your home town?

I live in the beautiful North Dorset countryside in England.

How long have you been writing?

I’ve been writing for nine years, though much of that time was spent in learning the writing craft. Two years ago my debut novel, Blood Pool, was published.

What is your favourite sub-genre of mystery?

I write what I most love to read – fast-moving mystery thrillers. My stories aren’t all action and thrills. I like to think there’s something in them for everyone, drama, tragedy and romance too.

Where is Blood Pool set?

The action ranges far and wide, but a fictional boatyard business on the East Devon coast in England forms the backdrop to the story.

Introduce us to Samantha Shelley, what is she like?

Sam is an attractive thirty year-old widow. She has few friends, but those she does have she trusts without question. When the story opens she’s living each day as it comes, still numbed by the death of her husband six months before. Then she finds a dead body on the beach, and events take a sinister and lethal turn. She has to find the guts and tenacity to fight back when she becomes involved in murder, mayhem and espionage.

What does she inherit on the death of her husband?

A neglected Victorian mansion on the cliff-top, a crumbling debt-ridden boatyard business, and a whole heap of trouble.

Who is the eccentric inventor?

Jonas Weal is a retired engineer and amateur inventor, nicknamed The Prof by local people because of his resemblance to Professor Albert Einstein in his later years. He’s one of Sam’s few loyal friends and has been a great support to her since the death of her husband.

Can you hint at the trail Samantha must follow to find her friend before the police and the government agents?

I  can’t give too much away, but let’s just say that Sam follows clues left by the Prof that initially carry her away from her boatyard, and into great danger.

Tell us what you are working on at the moment.

A fast-moving mystery thriller about a worldly businesswoman trapped in a deadly conspiracy. The action spans the European continent from Paris, France to the eastern shores of the Ionian Sea – a story of tragedy, vengeance and love.

Where can readers find out more about you?

JanRyder

You’ll find me on Twitter at @jeryder5author and my website www.janryder.com

Buy links for Blood Pool:

Your local Amazon Kindle Store outside the USA

Kobo

NookUK and Europe

iTunes(iBookstore)

For readers in the USA – Blood Pool is published in the USA as Consider Her Dead (American English).

Buy links for Consider Her Dead:

Amazon Kindle USA

Kobo

Barnes & Noble

iTunes(iBookstore)

25 thoughts on “Mystery Book Tour Day 11 #MysteryNovember Blood Pool by Jan Ryder

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  3. Thanks so much for the lovely comments above. Glad you like the cover design – a mix of my ideas plus imagery from LLPix Photography. Most of all, my thanks go to Rosie for arranging this wonderful book tour. I’m getting to know new authors and discover wonderful mystery novels I wouldn’t otherwise have come across. I love reading mysteries!

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  4. Another wonderful interview and a great sounding read – I’ve had my eye on Blood Pool for a while and this has convinced me I really want to read it. I agree with everyone else the cover is fab 🙂

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