Friday, January 19, 2007

BCB For PERFIDIA



I'm so excited! Just received my back copy blurb for PERFIDIA, a thriller set inside the Third Reich, due out in September. Former title was Blood Moon Over Berlin.


“To you,my heart cries out ‘Perfidia,’for I find you, the love of my life,in someone else’s arms…”

PERFIDIA (logo)

Sophie de Havilland fled London and her past, vowing never to return. In Germany she sought solace, with her aunt, and couldn’t help but admire how the Third Reich had reclaimed a country so near ruin. But soon the veneer crumbled. Beneath the frenetic nightlife of 1939 Berlin, the swirling parties with the dashing SS in their night-black uniforms and their beautiful dames, she saw cancer growing. Stories of an impossible nature—terrible stories, terrible crimes—she began to believe.


These Nazis were Germany’s demon lover: handsome, fearsome, faithless, murderous. Her aunt had been right to seek escape. But, was it possible? One man offered hope: a handsome half-American. But while his spicy scent and strong arms seduced her with safety, the lightning on his collar and his searing blue eyes reminded her that sometimes the handsomest faces hid perfidious intent.

10 comments:

Lynn Raye Harris said...

How exciting, Morag! When's the book coming out? It's still with Dorchester, right?

L.K. Campbell said...

I can't wait to read it. And you know, Perfidia is one of my favorite songs.

Shelley said...

Sounds great, Morag. I look forward to reading it!

Melissa Marsh said...

Can't wait to read it, Morag! I'm anxious for it to be on the shelves!

Morag McKendrick Pippin said...

PERFIDIA is set for release in September. I love the song, too. I could listen to it forever. That, and Little Brown Jug:-)
Yes, still with Leisure/Dorchester.

Kate Davies said...

Wow! It sounds wonderful, Morag. Looking forward to its release!

Kate

Tracy Goodwin said...

I'm so excited for you, Morag! It sounds fabulous!

Lynn Raye Harris said...

I was pretty sure you were still with Dorchester. :)

Carol B. said...

Wow, very different title this time. The blurb sounds really good - love that 'demon lover' line, but the release is too far away. Waaaa!!! I want it sooner.

Morag McKendrick Pippin said...

Thank you all for your great comments!

Alas Carol, I can't take credit for the demon lover. My editor, Chris Keeslar, did that.