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Jeremy Bates said...
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Unknown said...

How many members/followers do you have? Thanks, L.D. Beyer

Jen @ bthreviews said...

Sorry for putting this here, but I don't see another way of contacting you. I just wanted to ask you to consider hosting an interview or spotlight for a blog tour I am trying to fill. Here's the link if you'd like to check it out:


C. S. Lakin said...

Please post your contact info. You have an incorrect author head shot of Charlene Whitman and need to remove the photo you have. You need a contact page. Thank you.

Bluette Matthey said...

Interview Request

Dear As the Page Turns,

The fifth book of the Hardy Durkin Travel Mystery Series, Engadine Aerie, is to be released on 26 April, 2017. Although part of a series, each book can be read as a stand-alone. Set in less-known European locales (Abruzzo, Corsica, Dalmatia, Black Forest), my books are carefully researched to introduce readers to the history, culture, and cuisine of an area while enjoying what I hope is a well-written mystery.

Trained in Sigint, a crack marksman, and fluent in four languages, Hardy Durkin has an interesting set of subskills. He worked for a research and development start-up in New Hampshire using his decoding and intelligence skills, but it wasn’t a good fit. Ten plus hours a day in a work space divided up like a rabbit warren was incentive to start Durkin Tours, an outfitter company specializing in hikes in Europe. A trouble magnet, mayhem, murder, and madness have a habit of following Hardy wherever he goes.

Engadine Aerie takes place at the annual Skimarathon in glitzy St. Moritz, Switzerland (imagine 13,000 skiers in a race), where the protagonist, Hardy Durkin, gets embroiled in a tangle of murder, falconry, weaponized drones, and arms-smuggling.

Would you consider doing an author interview on or near the release date?
You can contact me at:, or via my website:

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thanks so much,
Bluette Matthey

Bluette Matthey is a 3rd generation Swiss-American and an avid lover of European cultures. She has decades of travel and writing experience. She is a keen reader of mysteries, especially those that immerse the reader in the history, inhabitants, culture, and cuisine of new places. Her passion for travel, except airports (where she keeps a mystery to pass the time), is shared by her husband, who owned a tour outfitter business in Europe. Bluette particularly loves to explore regions that are not on the “15 days in Europe” itineraries. She also enjoys little-known discoveries, such as those in the London Walks, in well-known areas. She firmly believes that walking and hiking bring her closer to real life any locale. Bluette maintains a list of hikes and pilgrimages throughout Europe for future exploration. She lives in Le Locle, Switzerland, with her husband and band of loving cats.

Jeremy Bates said...


If possible, could you please replace the book cover on this page

with this one:

I've had a few things come up in the media recently, and they keep using the old cover on your site because it comes up first in an google image search.

I'm trying to phase that cover out as it was a pre-release cover and never actually used, so if you could please switch covers on your site, that would be greatly appreciated!!