The Girl In The Blue Flame Cafe

blue neon letters spell out the title above the blue flames of a gas stove

Laurel L. Russwurm’s second novel

Billie Campbell doesn’t dare go home.

Because someone tried to kill her.

She doesn’t have the slightest idea why.

Because Billie isn’t the kind of person anyone would try to kill.

She’s not important.

She isn’t rich or powerful.

She isn’t a politician.

Or even a spy.

Billie is a soccer mom.

On the run to save her own life, Billie finds refuge in the mysterious and exciting world of the Blue Flame Cafe.

Although a Mafiya front, the Blue Flame provides Billie a haven far removed from the secret enemies of her “real world”.

If she can keep from being caught up in Mafiya politics maybe Billie will get the chance to stay alive long enough to find out “why.”

Can Billie fend off her real life demons long enough to salvage her past and forge a future?

Any future?

This is the preliminary cover art for Libreleft’s second title, currently being written by Laurel L. Russwurm.

The blue flames were photographed by Paul Kretek and released under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License.
The cover design is by laurelrusswurm.