Murder on the Down Low Blog Tour – August 17-21, 2009

This tour is for Pamela Samuels Young, author of Murder on the Down Low and Buying Time (November 2009).

About the Author

Pamela Samuels Young is a practicing attorney and author of the legal thrillers, Murder on the Down Low, In Firm Pursuit, Every Reasonable Doubt, and the forthcoming, Buying Time, A desire to see women and people of color represented in today’s legal fiction prompted Pamela to start writing despite a busy career as an attorney.  The former journalist and Compton native is a graduate of USC, Northwestern University and UC Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law.  Pamela is the fiction writing expert for BizyMoms.com and is on the Board of Directors of the Southern California Chapter of Mystery Writers of America.

About the Murder on the Down Low

A high-profile lawsuit erupts into chaos, revealing its place in a larger spree of violence in this scandalous tale of lust, lies, and vengeance. A brazen gunman is targeting prominent African American men on the streets of Los Angeles, and police are completely baffled. At the same time, savvy big-firm attorney Vernetta Henderson and her outrageous sidekick, Special, lead the charge for revenge against a man whose deceit caused his fiancée’s death. For Special, hauling the man into court and suing him for wrongful death just isn’t good enough. While she exacts her own brand of justice, a shocking revelation connects the contentious lawsuit and the puzzling murders.

Virtual Book Tour Schedule

Online Radio Schedule

August 17 – Black Authors Network (9:30 pm EST)
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/black-author-network

Blog Tour Schedule

DAY 1 | Monday, Aug 17

DAY 2 | Tuesday, Aug 18

DAY 3 | Wednesday, Aug 19

DAY 4 | Thursday, Aug 20

DAY 5 | Friday, Aug 21

TARGET DEMOGRAPHICS

  • Women: Ages 18-55
  • General Fiction
  • African-American Fiction Readers

One thought on “Murder on the Down Low Blog Tour – August 17-21, 2009

  1. Pam, I loved the book. It’s great to read about intelligent, accomplished African Americans in a story with a real plot. I look forward to your future novels!

    Best of everything!

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