Sunday, June 21, 2015

New Release: Mistaken Identity

I'm thrilled to announce that my fourth Malone mystery, Mistaken Identity, will be released on Tuesday, June 23rd.

Ann's idyllic vacation on Fripp Island takes an unexpected turn when she discovers the body of a young woman on the beach.
Ann feels like she’s in Paradise as she digs her toes into the soft, white sand and gazes out at the ocean. She’s looked forward to this trip to South Carolina for a long time and all she wants to do is bask in the sun, resting and relaxing.

She and her two young children are enjoying their time on Fripp Island with Ann’s sister, Marnie, and Marnie’s elderly friend and former neighbor, Clara Brunner, a long time resident with a vast knowledge of the island and the people who live there. At the fourth of July fireworks, Clara introduces them to newlyweds Jenny and Mark Hall and their families.

But Ann’s plans for a peaceful vacation are shattered the next morning. When she goes for a solitary walk on the beach, she discovers the body of a young woman with the chain of a gold locket twisted around her neck and she immediately recognizes the locket as the one Jenny Hall was wearing the night before.

Shocked and saddened, Ann is determined to try to find the killer and to see them brought to justice. She convinces Marnie and Clara to join her in conducting an investigation but, in the process, she places her own life in jeopardy.

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Patricia Gligor (that's me) is a Cincinnati native. She enjoys reading mystery/suspense novels, touring and photographing old houses and traveling. She has worked as an administrative assistant, the sole proprietor of a resume writing service and the manager of a sporting goods department but her passion has always been writing fiction.

Ms. Gligor writes the Malone Mystery series. The first three books, Mixed Messages, Unfinished Business, and Desperate Deeds take place in Cincinnati but in Mistaken Identity, the fourth book, her characters are vacationing on Fripp Island in South Carolina.



  1. Sometimes, if you contact the author, you can get a signed copy of a book before the release date. Such is the case here. I've just started Mistaken Identity and I'm really enjoying it. If I had the time, I wouldn't be able to put it down.
    Marja McGraw

    1. Marja, I'm so glad you're enjoying the book! I'm also glad my release date is only two days away!

  2. I love a good crime thriller. I'm in. good luck with it.

    1. I'm happy to hear that, Roger. Thank you!

  3. Congratulations, Patricia! Best of luck!