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Newsletter for February 2017

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Featured Book - The Rising by Heather Graham and Jon Land

therising.jpgAs the clock ticks ever closer to doomsday, Alex and Samantha find themselves fighting a battle that will define the future, even as they come face-to-face with shattering realities of the past. Two teenagers standing together as the only hope to save mankind from the rising of a new and terrible tomorrow.





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Featured Book - Tempting Skies:  Book Three, Beyond the Wood Series by Michael Roueche

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The Final Chapter in the Award-Winning Beyond the Wood Series

It's four decades after the Civil War, and former Kentucky slave Victoria Richman has passed away. Among her belongings, her bereft family discovers a narrative she’s written recounting the summer of 1864 in Virginia and Washington City. Mrs. Richman’s manuscript describes a defining year in the lives that intersect hers:

• Betsy, a Southern sympathizer stranded in Washington City, tries to escape a scheming sociopath, even as the war’s devastation trudges southward toward her Shenandoah Valley homestead.

• William Richman, at last a legally free man, painfully struggles to scrape away slavery’s emotional scars and remnant self-doubt. Amidst inner disarray and outer humiliation, he battles for his place in a new social order of liberty framed in 19th-Century racism.

• Victoria struggles to find meaning in her new life. Thoughtful and intelligent, she resists a mundane life far from the war and its shifting purpose as she lives the climax of the trilogy.


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Featured Book - News:  A Tale of Too Much Information and a Girl by Simon Plaster

news.jpgWHO? Three young females…WHAT? Gone missing…WHEN? Two weeks ago…WHERE?…Small Oklahoma town…WHY? • A private detective suspects kidnapping for a specific devious purpose and complains to the local newspaper about a news cover-up.

• A feminist editor, new in town, puts out a story suggesting that members of the Odd Fellows “frat” are likely involved in abduction of the three “coeds.”

• A veteran journalist comes to town and in defense of the Odd Fellows writes an article casting suspicion on illegal immigrants from Mexico.

• An ambitious reporter for a big city television station picks up the story and airs an even more speculative version of the few known facts.

• Pilot for an on-site reality TV show morphs from Beauty Parlor Gossip into a news documentary: Where, Oh Where Have the Three Little Kittens Gone? Thankfully, Henrietta, dauntless newshawk in the mold of the legendary Nellie Bly, returns to her little ol’ hometown to sort it all out.

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Featured Book - Half-Cut (The Cut Series Book 1) by                  Arnold Eslava-Grunwaldt

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 Detectives from the Yonkers Police Department in New York find the victim of an apparent heart attack with the hair on the right side of his head shaved off. Although odd and out of place, the haircut doesn't appear to be tied in to the man's death and the detectives put the case to rest. Days later, however, they learn that the man with the unconventional haircut may have been the victim of arsenic poisoning, and set out to investigate. Before they get very far, a witness goes missing and another dead man surfaces with the same hairdo. Eventually, the detectives discover a connection to a long-forgotten tragedy and, under the direction of their supervisor-Detective Sergeant Hamilcar "Ham" Hitchcock-work tirelessly to identify the killer or killers involved. In the end, they discover, much to their dismay, that they're not immune to tragedy themselves.

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Featured Book - The Diary of an Immortal (1945-1959) by David Castello

thediaryofanimmortal.jpgBut I most thought about Lucky Morrison and the dozens of other good men who died struggling for breath in my arms after realizing they would never see their loved ones again. And then
I thought of the one word I never wanted to hear escape my lips. 

Please.

I popped the pill into my mouth and washed it down with a swig from my canteen.      
           
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Featured Book - The Diary of an Immortal (1945-1959) by David Castello
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Book Giveaways for February


therising.jpgFive random winners will be chosen to receive a signed copy (signed by both Heather Graham and Jon Land) of The Rising by Heather Graham and Jon Land. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.

 

 

 


pachinko.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Pachinko by Min Jin Lee. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.









racingthedevil.jpgOne random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of Racing the Devil by Charles Todd. Click on book cover for more information and to enter.
 








Book Giveaway Winners for January


Winner of Garden of Lamentations


Allison Perritt - TN

Winner of The Lost City of the Monkey God

Susan Smoaks - FL

Winner of Jimmy and Fay

Craig Varney - ME

Winner of The Hunting Ground

Winner has been notified.  We are waiting for confirmation.

Winner of The Wild Harmonic

Winner has been notified.  We are waiting for confirmation.



Recent Reviews

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Half-Cut by Arnold Eslava-Grunwaldt
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Law and Disorder by Mke Papantonio
Lessons Learned by Jewell Tweedt
Love's Christmas Past by Susan Beganz,Jewell Tweedt and Rachel Janesa
News:  A Tale of Too Much Information and a Girl by Simon Plaster
Pandemic by Sonia Shah
Playing with Fire by Peter Robinson
Poisonfeather by Matthew Fitzsimmons
Predator by Wilbur Smith
Pretty Paper by Willie Nelson
The Cold Kiss by John Rector
The Diary of an Immortal (1945-1959) by David Castello
Tempting Skies:  Book Three, Beyond The Wood Series by Michael Roueche
The Falling of the Moon by A.E. Decker
The Flame Bearer by Bernard Cornwell
The Northeast Quarter by S.M. Harris
The Rising by Heather Graham and Jon Land
The Whistler by John Grisham


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