Saturday, July 14, 2012

'Room 1515' Review and Book Tour

Welcome to the Room 1515 Book Blog Tour!

Book Blurb:

International Thriller. A female agent named Peacock is sent on a mission to woo and win the heart of the world’s most powerful powerbroker. Her job is to learn his secrets and foil his plans. Instead, she falls in love. A story of the balance of world financial power, betrayal, and romance.

From Amazon: 

Pour two ounces of the most powerful financier in the world. Mix in two ounces of America's most treacherous female spy. Stir in betrayal and love. Room 1515!

My Thoughts:

There are tons of spy novels out there, but this one is different. The ultimate plot is for world domination. The paradox is that Pendleton, probably the richest man in the world, is using money and murder to create one unified world government. In that future state, there will be no money and even stiffer punishments for murder. He claims to be a religious man, faithful to the lessons taught by the Bible, yet frequently acts against them.

"Peacock" is the woman designated by the Herculean group to take him out and foil his plot. She lost her entire family and was the sole survivor in a horrific accident when she was younger. Since then, she has numbed herself to normal feelings for anyone, yet can't help falling somewhat in love with Pendleton. This potentially has disastrous consequences should anyone find out.

Dozens of characters plot against each other, employing fantastical methods that could eventually become a reality. The reader is let into their thoughts and knows whom to trust. Or do you? You're never quite sure if you like the characters, or not, yet feel sorry for Peacock as her dilemma unfolds.

Room 1515 is a interesting read that keeps you guessing as the pages keep turning. I'm wondering if there will be another?

About the Author:

I’m a retired vice president from Wolters Search Firm who understands the role of social networking in marketing good books. I’ve been working at the craft of writing for four years. I’m a member several writers’ organizations and critique groups. I’ve published short stories and won contests. In May 2011, Room 1515 won first place in the Mystery, Suspense, Thriller category at the Oklahoma Writers’ Federation Conference. Both published and non-published authors entered fifty pages of an unpublished novel.

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14th Andrea @ Andi’s book reviews
15th Jo Ann @ Journey of a Bookseller
16th Kelsey @ Kelsey’s Book Corner
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17th Gabrielle @ Gabrielle Bisset, author
18th- Patty Stith @ Claire Croxton, author
19th  Allen @ Political  Thrillers
20th- Kathleen @
Michelle @ Chipper Muse
21st – Jackie @
22nd- Marissa @
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  1. Sorry about the confusion and thanks for posting. :)

  2. Wow, you nailed the premise of the novel. Thank you for sharing it better than I could. And yes, the will be a sequel.


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