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Paul Harris's Book Tour Schedule for The Secret Keeper

The Secret Keeper by Paul Harris

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

In Reference to Murder: Author Interview (post link)
Murder by 4: Author Guest Post (post link)

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

• Wendy's Minding Spot: Book Review (post link)
Bookish Ruth: Author Guest Post (post link)

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Novel Works: Author Interview (post link)
Cheryl's Book Nook: Book Review (post link)

Friday, March 05, 2010

Mystery Books News: Author Guest Post (post link)

The Secret Keeper

One man's search for the truth in war-torn Sierra Leone, where the rules of civilized society don't apply...

Journalist Danny Kellerman receives an urgent letter from an ex-lover in Sierra Leone, where he once was a war correspondent. But it's already too late; she's been murdered in a roadside robbery. Danny returns to Freetown, where his investigation uncovers secrets that shed a shocking light on the woman he though he knew-and reveals a hidden truth that could destroy those in power. Trapped in the heart of a dangerous nation where he can trust no one, Danny is soon forced to choose between his integrity and the devastating consequences of speaking the truth.

Enter to Win a Copy of The Secret Keeper, Signed by the Author

Thanks to everyone who visited and entered to win a signed copy of The Secret Keeper, courtesy of Paul Harris. And the winner is Margo from Carol Stream (IL), who submitted her entry from Wendy's Minding Spot!

About the Author

Paul Harris
Photo courtesy Paul Harris.

Paul Harris is currently the US Correspondent of the British weekly newspaper The Observer, the world’s oldest Sunday newspaper.  He has held the post since 2003.  Prior to that he reported from Africa for the Daily Telegraph, the Associated Press and Reuters.  He has covered conflicts and trouble spots all around the world, including Iraq, Sudan, Burundi, Somalia, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Pakistan.  In 2003 he was embedded with British forces during the invasion of Iraq.

The Secret Keeper was inspired by his reporting on events in 2000 in Sierra Leone as that country’s long civil war came to an end. 

Paul now lives in New York and is happy to have swapped the dangers of the front line for the less obvious perils of writing about American politics and culture.

To learn more about the author and the book, visit his website at TheSecretKeeper.us.