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Promote an Author Tuesday: Jenna Bennett

It’s Promote an Author Tuesday! Today I’m thrilled to be promoting the wonderful Jenna Bennett who I ADORE to death. If you haven’t read any of her books, then well, you better start now!

Dirty Deeds

CS9-matchWith hotels in downtown filled to capacity months in advance, real estate agent Savannah Martin decides to pick up some extra money renting out her empty East Nashville apartment. She’s living with her boyfriend, and the place is just sitting there, begging to be put to use.

But when her latest tenant ends up dead—strangled in Savannah’s bed by what might have been a paying customer—the promise of easy money quickly turns sour.

As the hunt for the killer leads to their shared hometown of Sweetwater, Tennessee, Savannah’s boyfriend, TBI agent Rafe Collier, is tapped to help with the investigation. But a familiarity with the town and the people in it isn’t necessarily a benefit when the main suspect in the murder is the man Savannah decided not to marry. The same man who has never forgiven Rafe for stealing her away…

About Jenna Bennett

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jenna Bennett (Jennie Bentley) writes the Do It Yourself home renovation mysteries for Berkley Prime Crime and the Savannah Martin real estate mysteries for her own gratification. She also writes a variety of romance for a change of pace. Originally from Norway, she has spent more than twenty five years in the US, and still hasn’t been able to kick her native accent.

Questions with the Author

Is there a book you wish you had written?
There are a ton of books I wish I had written. To mention a few: Elizabeth Peters’s He Shall Thunder In The Sky, Lois McMaster Bujold’s Memory and A Civil Campaign, Jennifer Crusie’s Bet Me, and Terry Pratchett’s Night Watch.

What is your favorite story about your childhood that the family tells over and over?
Not sure I have one. I didn’t have that exciting of a childhood. Didn’t try to jump off any buildings to see if I could fly, or get lost for a long time, or anything. My own memories are all about getting in trouble over one thing or another. Like staging a boycott of my French teacher’s class and talking all the other students into staying away, too. She walked into an empty room. I got in trouble, but it was fun while it lasted. She never forgave me, either. And I would totally do it again. Nasty woman.

What’s on your bucket list?
See the world. Or a lot more of it than I’ve seen so far.

Where would Savannah and Rafe go on vacation?
Paris? New York? Gatlinburg? I can’t see them lounging on the beach, although I’m sure it would be a pretty sight… 😉

What is the one thing you can’t live without? That one must have item?
Tomatoes? Don’t know how I’d survive without tomatoes. I eat pounds and pounds of them every week. I’m pretty attached to my PC, too. And of course books. Don’t know what I’d do if there weren’t books to read.

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You can pick up Jenna’s latest book, Dirty Deeds, on:






I have always loved to read, and carry a book with me wherever I go. I’ve written for several online sites, doing book reviews and author interviews. After graduating in 2000 from West Texas A&M with a Bachelor’s degree, I was a teacher for a while before deciding my destiny was to write, not to mold young minds. Writing for me is like taking an exciting journey, or going on a welty, as my parents say. I don’t know where my stories are going to take me. I just hang on and enjoy the ride.

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