Blog Tour: Death in High Places

Death in High Places

Sara L. Jameson
February 8, 2023
Scrivenings Press LLC

324 pages | Goodreads | Barnes & Noble | Amazon


An Interpol agent with a deadline he can’t miss.

Urgent intel warns of terrorist cells planning coordinated attacks throughout Europe. Special Agent Jacob Coulter of Brussels Interpol is assigned to find the terrorist financiers supporting these groups and shut down their funding operations.

An opera singer’s life and career hang in the balance.

The Queen of the Night’s vocal pyrotechnics have launched many a soprano’s international career. But Riley Williams, Jacob’s fiancée, is terrified of heights, and her Antwerp Opera debut as the evil queen requires her to sing from a hydraulic lift forty feet above the orchestra pit. When newspapers cite Riley’s recent unmasking of an international terrorist plot and the lift malfunctions, Jacob suspects terrorist sabotage.

He encourages Riley to accept her BFF’s invitation to stay the Savoy Hotel in London where she’ll be out of danger. Or so he thinks …

A series of murders connected to a notorious terrorist financier known as the Priest leads Jacob across Europe. When the victims’ deaths point to London, his Interpol partner convinces him London is a haven for terrorist financiers.

But the clock is ticking, and what Jacob uncovers is more devastating than anything he could have imagined.

Author Bio: 

Sara L. Jameson won Scrivenings Press’s grand prize publishing contract in January 2020. They released her debut romantic suspense novel, Cruise to Death, in June 2021. Death in High Places, (Book 2 in the Troubled Waters series), releases February 28, 2023, to be followed by Vengeance in Vienna. Sara is the pseudonym of a multi-published former  university professor who writes non-fiction under her real name. She also writes WW2 historical novels. When not writing, she enjoys reading, swimming, cooking, and dog-sitting.

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40 thoughts on “Blog Tour: Death in High Places

  1. Afraid of heights or not , being on a hydraulic lift forty feet above the orchestra pit would be stressful

  2. I really like the book cover design! Can’t wait to give this a read– thanks so much for sharing it!!

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  4. I can tell that I’m going to be captivated by this book! I can’t wait to read it!

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