Book Title: The Last Dance by Lonna Enox
Category: Adult Fiction, 226 pages
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Women Sleuths
Publisher: Lonna Enox Publications
Release date: June 24, 2016
Tour dates: June 18 to July 13, 2018
Content Rating: PG-13 + M
Saddle Gap, a quiet little town in southwestern New Mexico, seems the perfect place for Sorrel Janes to start her life over. But within a few days she finds herself entangled in two murders, the object of harassment, and the number one suspect of a murder. Will her past terrors destroy her future dreams? Amid the evolving conflicts, she resolves to reconstruct her new life and find happiness. Detective Chris Reed is equally resolved to solve the murders as well as Sorrels secrets. Neither of them suspect where the steps of this dance will lead, but they are too stubborn to sit this one out.
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Lonna Enox is a former high school and college English instructor. She grew up on a ranch in New Mexico, where she learned to love critters, reading, and “wide open” spaces. She is a wife, mom, and grandmother, as well as the proud owner of 4 rescue pets–3 cats and a dog. Aside from an early stint as a newspaper reporter, she also spent 10 years as a freelance magazine writer. She is happiest exploring a wildlife refuge, cuddling little ones and critters, or snuggled up reading a good mystery.
Lonna is a professional writer with over 250 printed articles in a variety of national and regional magazines. She has written in several genres and The Last Dance is her debut mystery.
Author Interview Lonna Enox The Last Dance
What genre do you write and why? I write mysteries because I am a “What if?” person. I have also written inspirational articles for magazines, interviews of interesting persons, and personal essays. But mysteries are my first love.
What is the last great book you’ve read? I can’t really answer that one, as there are so many great books. I have been waiting for Sue Grafton’s “Z” book, and grieve that she died before we could have it. I love her character, Kinsey Milhone. I occasionally reread the classics
If you could go back in time, where would you go? I’d go back to the times of my childhood. We had no television…poor people didn’t…and libraries were the most wonderful places in the world, besides an evening at the local movie theatre.
Favorite travel spot? Hawaii. I have been there three times, one for two weeks of a honeymoon. It’s the best place to relax and dream of ‘what next?’
Favorite dessert? I love anything chocolate. Since that chocolate now needs to be sugar-free, I don’t allow myself to indulge often.
If you were stuck on a deserted island, which 3 books would you want with you? I’d want a book of Shakespearean plays, the Bible, and a collection of Emily Dickinson poems.