Spotlight on: Mandi Tucker Slack and…’The Alias’

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BOOK BLURB: Jacey Grayson is an average, young, divorced mother struggling to build a new life for her son, Blaze. After a long and difficult divorce, Jacey thinks the worst is over. But when the FBI discloses some disturbing information about her ex-husband, Jacey’s life becomes anything but average. At the risk of losing her identity, her future, and her heart, Jacey and Blaze flee to Utah, hoping to hide and start over once again.

But no matter how far she runs or who she pretends to be, her past is always lurking nearby, bringing old fears with it. Thrilling action and a suspenseful plot make this novel an edge-of-your-seat-read.

With a lightning pace, a good dose of humor, and a plot that’s full of suspense, this thrilling novel is an edge-of-your-seat read.

MINI REVIEW: For a début book, this was well written. The story was interesting and the plot intriguing; characters well-developed and endearing. Quite frankly this was a pleasant surprise.

If you’re looking for a quick read with a sweet love story mixed with a bit of suspense and adventure, this should do the trick.

Available at: Amazon/B&N

 

*GIVEAWAY: One copy of ALIAS to one commenter/US Only*

Mandi Tucker SlackAuthor Bio: Mandi Tucker Slack grew up in Orangeville, UT, where her father worked as a coal miner for eighteen years. In 1987 the coal mines shut down for a time and her father joined the U.S. Army. They were stationed in Hanau, Germany, and she had the opportunity to explore Europe.

Mandi’s family returned to Utah in 1992, and they settled in Orangeville once again, where she attended and completed High School. She then attended the College of Eastern Utah, where she studied Geology. Eventually Mandi changed her major and moved on to Utah State University while she completed a degree in Special Education.

She then married her best friend, Charles Slack. They have three children, with one on the way, 6 chickens, and a lizard (sometimes several lizards). Their family loves to spend time together. They enjoy 4-wheeling, camping, and especially rock hounding. Her house is littered with rocks and fossils.

As a child Mandi spent many weekends with her parents and sister exploring abandoned mining towns and searching for relics among the brick ruins. Her adventures with her family are often the inspiration for her stories. Mandi is also the author of romantic/ suspense title, The Alias, available at a bookstore near you.

Contact her via email at: mandislack@gmail.com.

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I'm married, working, and have grown and independent kids. I love gardening, reading and painting. My favorite TV show is Dancing With the Stars! Television shows have gone to the crap house. My favorite movie of all time is "Last of the Mohicans" with Daniel Day Lewis. Second best is "Titanic" and third "Passion of the Christ". I am an avid reader and I love talking about the books I’ve read, especially romance novels. I will warn you though: I am prone to rants and raves about a lot of things!

7 thoughts on “Spotlight on: Mandi Tucker Slack and…’The Alias’

  1. Haha Tomorrow I am doing a mini review/giveaway on my blog for the book as well! I was sad that I couldn’t enter my own giveaway for the paperback copy. But that’s okay cause now I can enter to win it here! :D

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    nothought2small(at)gmail(dot)com

    Konstanz Silverbow
    nothoughts2small.blogspot.com

  2. Mandi is a wonderful author, I expect her books to go on the Best Seller list, she is amazing… read her books, I guarantee you will LOVE them!!!

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