I’m excited to reveal the new covers for my Isabella Mumphrey Action Adventure/Romantic Suspense/Thriller trilogy.
However, you won’t see them here. 😉
I’m having a “Where in the world is Isabella Mumphrey?” Facebook party on this coming Saturday, November 14th from 5-7 pm Pacific time. If you go to the page and sign up to join the party, it will tell you what time it will be live in your time zone. Since Oregon had decided to not change time this Fall, yet, I’ve been hearing we are… So hopefully you can catch me during one of the two hours.
I’ll be giving away two large prizes and many small prizes during the two hours, besides revealing my covers, giving you clues to the “Where in the world” game, and visiting about how this trilogy came to be and anything else you want to talk about.
Here are the Blurbs for the books. Secrets of a Mayan Moon won the Reader’s Crown in 2013 for Best Romantic Suspense.
Secrets of a Mayan Moon
Book one of the Isabella Mumphrey Adventure series
Move over Indiana Jones and MacGyver- Isabella Mumphrey has arrived!
Child prodigy and now Doctor of Anthropology, Isabella Mumphrey, is about to lose her job. Unless she can decipher an ancient stone table—and she can. She heads to Guatemala at the request of her mentor, but drug trafficking bad guys and artifact thieves wreak havoc on her scholarly intentions.
Upon seeing Dr. Mumphrey has never been in a jungle or out of the states, undercover DEA agent, Tino Kosta, gets tangled up in helping her discover the truth.
Which could make them casualties of the jungle.
Secrets of an Aztec Temple
Book two of the Isabella Mumphrey Adventure series
Revenge isn’t always sweet…
Isabella Mumphrey can’t leave a puzzle alone. Much like Indiana Jones and MacGyver, she has a knack for getting out of sticky situations. This time she attempts to use her anthropology knowledge to uncover who is stealing priceless artifacts from an Aztec Temple in Mexico City.
Tino Konstantine is also in Mexico City. He has infiltrated a drug lord’s organization to find enough evidence to not only prove the man’s illegal activities, but to bring him down for numerous deaths. Namely those of Tino’s family.
But when their operations collide, and Isabella, strolls into the drug lord’s home, Tino is challenged with the choice of saving her or fulfilling his revenge.
Secrets of a Hopi Blue Star
Book three of the Isabella Mumphrey Adventure series
The truth doesn’t always set you free…
Landing in the underground world of human trafficking, anthropologist Isabella Mumphrey, a female Indiana Jones / MacGyver, learns her own past is as sordid as the predicament she’s uncovered. No one is who she’d believed them to be—not her parents, her cousin, her aunt.
The only constant in her life is her fiancé, Tino Konstantine, and now their enemy is using her knowledge of the Hopi blue star to lure Tino to his death.
If yo can’t wait to see the covers or wish to purchase them, here is the link to their page on my website. https://www.patyjager.net/romantic-suspense/
My post next month should be informing you about my latest release from the Gabriel Hawke series. It was fun to write but a booger to get logistics correct. I had to call in help from my sister-in-law and my younger brother. More on that next month! There you go. I like to keep people in suspense and wondering….
7 thoughts on “A Party and New Covers by Paty Jager”
This looks like fun.
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Thanks, Susan! I’m hoping those who come will have fun.
I thought I had replied to this but I think I only signed up for the cover reveal party! Yayyy! This series sounds marvelous. And there is a bit of a coincidence on our subject matter, at least for one of my books. I am currently writing The Drop Dead Temple of Doom, Book 8 of the Alvarez Family Mysteries, which takes place at El Mirador in Guatemala. Any tips? I can only say, this is a lot of fun to write. And I’m sure your series, the Isabella Mumphrey Adventure series, was huge fun for you to write. And a belated congratulations on the Readers Award.
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HI Heather. Yes, these books were so much fun to write! I would love to do more but until the sales improve (hence the new covers) they will remain a trilogy. For my book set in Guatemala, I asked in author and reader groups if anyone had been to Guatemala and had a couple people email and give me their thoughts and impressions. Then I found a blogger who was born and raised in Guatemala then moved to the states for college, married, and is now back in Guatemala. She was wonderful help and my beta reader when I finished the book. So reach out to the authors and readers to find someone who has been there if you haven’t so you can get the nuances of the country into your story.
Will do, Paty. Thanks so much for the suggestions and help.
Thanks Marilyn! I hope I have a good turnout.
Sounds like fun! Great idea.
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