Surprisingly enough, I do.
Yesterday, I had the surreal experience of seeing the first review to hit the discussion lists:
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES by Sandra Ruttan: (01/07) I
don't normally pay much attention to blurbs, but when
you see Ken Bruen and Robert Fate both on the same
cover, you really want to see what's inside. Reporter
Lara Kelly and policeman Tymen Farraday are the
unlikely team attempting to solve the mystery of a
videotape that appears to depict the death of a woman
in this gritty debut. Lara’s newspaper story causes
the police chief to assign Farraday to discredit her
but when potential evidence is stolen and Lara is
attacked, Farraday is forced to put aside his negative
feelings about reporters and work with her to solve
the murder and protect her from the killer. Two more
murders occur as they are seeking the answer. In a
town where one person holds all the power, not even
the police can be trusted. Cozy fans beware, this is
one police procedural with the real stuff.
- Review by Jack Quick
And then on the same list someone had their Current Read listed as Suspicious Circumstances. And I don't remember sending them a copy, but maybe 'new book brain' is like 'pregnancy brain' and you just forget everything.
Anyway, it has begun.
Suspicious Circumstances is now up for pre-order on Barnes & Noble.
Although the date is wrong on there - for some reason it says January 28, but the book is still targeted for release on January 7. It's in the process of winding its way through the Ingram ordering system, on to Amazon and Chapters, etc.
I'll keep you posted.