Victorian Obsession: Purity

Hello friends, and welcome to the second day of the Traitor in the Tunnel blog tour! Today, I’m talking about Purity. Because it’s such a vast topic, I’m focusing on two particular types: Purity of Food, over at Steph Su Reads, and Purity of Women, hosted by the Bookmonsters. (On a side note, isn’t it amazing how quickly “purity” ceases to look like a real word?) I hope you’ll click over and read all about this Victorian Obsession.

These bloggers have also reviewed Traitor, if you’re curious: Melissa at I Swim for Oceans calls it a “maze of a mystery that will keep you on your toes“, and Kristen at the Bookmonsters says it’s “a must-read“. Thank you so much, bloggistas!

Finally, The Traitor in the Tunnel officially goes on sale today! I ran into my local indie bookseller yesterday, and he told me the copies had JUST arrived. I may just have to prowl downtown today, purely to admire them on the shelves. If you happen to see Traitor in your travels, please give it a fond pat from me!

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3 Responses to “Victorian Obsession: Purity”

  1. Mara A. says:

    Just wanted to tell you that I ordered my personal copy of “Traitor” from Barnes & Noble today, and it is scheduled to ship tomorrow!!!!! Should be here in 2-3 days, and I am sooooooooo excited! I know it’s going to be awesome!! :)

  2. Ying says:

    Oh, HURRAY! I really hope it lives up to your expectations, Mara.

  3. brenda says:

    love your book spy in the house and the other book body in the tower even more traitor in the tunnels
    youre an amazing writer 10/10 on all books love em so much

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