thank-youAs a “Thank You” to my readers I’m offering a signed copy of one of my books to THREE winners. E-mail me why you want to read the book of your choice and you will be entered into a random drawing to win that book.

Contest/Giveaway Runs
December 15th, 2016 and ends December 25th, 2016
at midnight EST.
Please put “Winter Giveaway” in the subject line of your e-mail to: 

“View From the Sixth Floor: An Oswald Tale”

“This romantic thriller takes a fictional “what if” look at the JFK assassination. Suppose accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald had lived to defend himself. Imagine if 50 years after the assassination someone stepped forward to reveal the truth of what happened that day. What if the assassination was a conspiracy and the impact of those revelations reached into the 21st century? This is the story of ordinary people caught up in extraordinary events. You’ll never look at your neighbors the same way.”


First Place Readers Choice Award “Favorite Stand Alone 2015″ 
Bottles & Books Reviews 

I was enthralled with this new twist, which did not disappoint – the pace grew right to the end.’ Lexa Harpell, To Mum, Gifts From the Soul

Author Elizabeth Horton-Newton offers a fresh take that will encourage readers to ask their own questions in the thoughtful novel View from the Sixth Floor.’ The Write Edge

Five stars and well earned! I read this book in the kindle edition and finished it in one sitting.’ Michael Lynes, There Is A Reaper: Losing a Child to Cancer

I have to say that this book earned the 5 stars. From the first page I was sucked into the story and the history. It was a great book filled with history,romance, intrigue, and conspiracy. It was very well written and had a great storyline. It was a work of fiction, but books like this can really get a person to thinking about the time old question of  What If? This is one of the best historical books I have read in a while and will highly recommend.’ StormiBoundlessBook Reviews

Finally, I must applaud the writers’ imagination. The plotting of her story holds true despite the real world truths stacked against it.’ Mark Fine, The Zebra Affaire: An Apartheid Love Story

What starts as a weird hybrid of middle-aged romance cum road trip, turns into a paranoid thriller in the style of  TheParallax View, and gets faster and faster to a breathless denouement. Full marks also for accurate descriptions of spies’ “tradecraft”.’ Charlie Flowers, The Riz Sabir Series

 Not only are the main characters well developed, the cameo appearances of Officials/Corrupt lawyers and even waitresses are in perfect keeping with the peripheral activity that creeps into the main plot. I would recommend this as a cozy but intelligent read, difficult to put down once started. Andrew Wilson

A MUST READ, BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN!!!What a story!!! … With that being said, this was an amazing conspiracy story with enough romance and suspense to keep me glued to my kindle until the last page was read, and left me wanting more of Olivia’s and Bill’s story, Judy’s and Mike’s, oh and Jesse’s and Shelli’s. I have to hand it to the author, I wasn’t sure if I would love this novel as much as I do since most stories are of the young, violent, foolish, and most time gullible. That’s not what I look for per se in my reads, it’s just harder to find books with seasoned characters that can make up their mind in a split second, over forty years old, and can evade the cops successfully. Well, I found the proverbial needle in a haystack, and it was so worth the dig. Elizabeth is now on my radar and I’ll be looking for more top-notch reads from her about whatever. Nerdy Girl


“Seven years ago Kort Eriksen went to prison for killing his girlfriend Desiree. Now he’s back in Riddle and some people think he got off easy. Others, including long time friend Norma, think he was railroaded because he’s the only Native American in town. Grace Donahue is running away from her past. Trapped in Riddle until her car is repaired she develops a friendship with Kort. Suddenly accidents are happening and people are dying. Is Kort adding to his list of victims or has someone else taken the reins? As mysteries from the past rise to the surface, more questions will be raised. The suspect file grows as victims fall. Is Desiree’s killer back for more or is someone trying to avenge her death? The riddle of Riddle will be solved, but how many bodies will it take to find the answers?”


Readers Choice Awards Favorite Romantic Suspense 2015 2nd Place 
Bottles & Books Reviews
 Readers Choice Awards Favorite Female Villain 2015 2nd Place 
Bottles & Books Reviews

 Newton skillfully weaves past with present and like a roller-coaster ride, we can neither get off nor want to’ CMT Stibbe, The Ninth Hour

 the unravelling of the workings of the crazy criminal mind is shockingly vivid.’ Anita Kovacevic, The Threshold

 Riddle will pick you up and carry you along a road of deceit, lies, cheating, love and passion – tinged with hate…. and confusion…. this has you guessing until the very end. At one point I thought they all did it!’ Jackie Parry, A Standard Journey: 5 Horses, 2 People and 1 Tent

 Newton does a terrific job in keeping the questions coming.’ Glen Barrera, The Assassin Who Couldn’t Dance

  there are many twists and turns in this excellent thriller.’ Father Ted
 a killer whose carefully concealed mania is beginning to fray at the edges…’ Alexis Alvarez, Myka and the Millionaire

 I’m still amazed at the outcome of Riddle.’ Ronnie Brodie

Piecing together a Hitchcock style jigsaw puzzle!
 Riddle was a must read after reading Elizabth Horton-Newton’s intriguing ‘View from the Sixth Floor – An Oswald Tale’. Elizabeth is certainly creating a name as a Queen of Intrigue! This book intrigued me from the early pages and continued to do so to the end. Lexa Harpell

As I read, the layers peeled back page-by-page revealing a narrative as engrossing as anything created by Alfred Hitchcock. I really wish the late great Master of Suspense was still alive, as I would have liked to see Riddle come alive as a quality motion picture. I strongly recommend this book! Mark Fine, The Zebra Affaire: An Apartheid Love Story

Carved Wooden Heart

A sexy encounter with a talented native artist, a broken heart, and a knight in shining armor are just the beginning in this passionate erotic romance. Dani Stone never expected to fall in love with carver Jesse Wolf Carver. She certainly didn’t foresee the results of her intense one night stand with the sexy hunk. From the wealth of New York City to a small southern community, follow Dani as she journeys the winding path fate has laid out for her. (Explicit sexual material: Recommended 18+)



Carved Wooden Heart is a mixture of high octane romance and a twisty adventure that will keep you up at night wondering how the characters will all evolve. Claire Stibbe, The Detective David Temeke Series

Powerful and Passionate!  I loved this intimate story. From the very first page I was pulled into this beautiful powerful romance. The unique nature of Jesse’s work and the incredible attraction between the two lovers were elements that kept me turning pages well into the night. Lynda Filler, Target in the Sun and the “Jet” series

You will enjoy reading about how she (Dani) grows as a person, about her friendships and family ties, and of course, the steamy bedroom scenes, if you are a fan (quite hot, though never vulgar). There is passion, lust, skin, heat, but also emotion and tenderness.
However, what I find the greatest value in this book are the characters who evolve over time, following the romance stereotype to a certain point, yet preserving a believable feel to them, which makes you root for them or against them. Anita Kovacevic, Average Daydreamer and The Threshold

Great new novel from Elizabeth Horton-Newton! Follow Dani as she meet mysterious and sexy artist Jesse, then loses touch with him. By the time they meet again, fate has taken her along a dramatically different path, and her life — full of new people, love and tragedy, makes her into a different person from the girl he once knew. Dani needs to make critical choices about love and family, not just for herself, but for the ones she holds most dear. I love that Elizabeth included details about Native American traditional carving! I was fascinated to learn about it. Alexis Alvarez, Capturing Kate and Boston

Great story I will read again and again. I couldn’t put this book down. I was totally invested in Dani and her choices. I laughed, I cried! Kathy Broggy

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