Wednesday 4 November 2020

Blog Tour: The Other Cipher, January 18th - January 29th 2021

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The Other Cipher
Soli Hansen Mysteries Book 2
By Heidi Eljarbo

January 18th - January 29th 2021

Publication Date: 2 December 2020
Publisher: Independently Published
Page Length: 200 Pages
Genre: Historical Mystery

In the captivating second book of the Soli Hansen Mysteries, two women—separated by more than three hundred years—are connected through their love of art.

1613. Fabiola Ruber is been wed to a man she does not know and must live in a country with a new language and different customs. The memories of a lost love in her hometown Malta haunt her, and she sets out to find an artist who can do her portrait and recapture the feelings she had when she once modeled for a renowned Italian master painter.

1944. Four years into World War II, art historian Soli Hansen works with the Norwegian resistance to locate significant artwork and safeguard the pieces from the Nazis. When she finds out the Germans are after a hidden baroque depiction of a seventeenth century woman, she must muster all her courage and skills to decipher encrypted codes and preserve the mysterious art before it’s too late.

Both women are determined to do what they can to bring healing and redemption to their otherwise ominous future. Through tangled, bewildering clues and an eye for detail, Soli’s bond to Fabiola grows closer by the day. She must find the missing painting before the enemy does.

Ranging from a privileged life in seventeenth century Antwerp to Oslo during the German occupation of the second world war, this dual timeline is a historical mystery thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end.

Heidi Eljarbo

Heidi Eljarbo is the bestselling author of historical fiction and mysteries filled with courageous and good characters that are easy to love and others you don't want to go near.

 Heidi grew up in a home filled with books and artwork and she never truly imagined she would do anything other than write and paint. She studied art, languages, and history, all of which have come in handy when working as an author, magazine journalist, and painter.

After living in Canada, six US states, Japan, Switzerland, and Austria, Heidi now calls Norway home. She and her husband have a total of nine children, thirteen grandchildren--so far--in addition to a bouncy Wheaten Terrier.

 Their favorite retreat is a mountain cabin, where they hike in the summertime and ski the vast, white terrain during winter.


Tour Schedule

January 18th

Sara in Bookland 

January 19th

Ruins and Reading 

January 20th

A Darn Good Read 

January 21st

The Magic of Wor(l)ds 

January 22nd

The Historical Fiction Blog 

January 25th

Oh Look, Another Book! 

January 26th

The Writing Desk

January 27th

 The Whispering Bookworm

January 28th

Zoe Art, Craft and Life 

January 29th

Candlelight Reading

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