Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Last Texas Big Shot by Tom Talley and Louis Buck

Based on events straight off the front pages of today's news, this decidedly Politically In-Correct fictional action adventure novel cuts a broad path across the world as a hard-headed Governor of Texas confronts a President of the United States who will not budge. As the pressure rises, accidents can, and do happen and the president even finds that he may have to fight a nuclear war … with Texas! 

Other nations see the internal squabbles as an opportunity to capitalize on the confusion while the CIA plays all sides against the middle. 
 This book gives you a taste of the way the interests of individuals, states, and national governments collide in today’s world of instant global communication and computer dependence. 

(Warning:  Contains Strong Language and Adult Situations-Violence...about the amount you would expect from a bunch of p*#&ed-off Texans.)
The Last Texas Big Shot is an Adventure Fiction Novel
(Approx 70, 000 words / 214 action-packed pages)
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Monday, April 23, 2012

Manhattan Affair by Jack Sussek

A tale of New York City nostalgia mixed with murder and sex, Manhattan Affair portrays a world of secrets and lies which entwine the lives of three former New England college classmates: Jared “Jed” Chase, Steve Cahill, and Morris Bergman. 

Jed Chase is good-looking and easy-going, and has a secure job. He’s lived a charmed, upper middle class and anchored life; that is until he falls for Katherine Cahill, a seductive and dangerous beauty whose dark secrets threaten to destroy Jed’s dreams, his career, ultimately his life. Katherine is married to financial tycoon Steve Cahill who has secrets of his own: he and his business partner, Arthur Barrett are suspected not only working for the U.S. government but also laundering money from them. Katherine seduces Jed into helping her plot Cahill’s murder in order to acquire his tens of millions of dollars.
It is when Katherine’s plan unravels that the story weaves its yarn and no one is who they seem. In an attempt to preserve his freedom, Jed delves into the secret world of Katherine and Steve Cahill and discovers a world of sex, espionage and lies. Helped by his buddy, Mickey Thompson and his former college roommate and now his lawyer Morris Bergman, Jed begins to piece the real story behind the story one frame at a time. All while under the watchful eye of both the NYPD and the CIA; Jed struggles to discover the real truth while fighting for his life.
Find out what happens by reading Manhattan Affair.
Manhattan Affair is a Mystery / Thriller / Suspense Novel
(Approx 84, 000 words)
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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Family Traits by Scott Skipper

This work of fiction is a story of metamorphosis that explores, via the historical record, how three Englishmen from the seventeenth century lent their name to Indians, Africans, Americans, philanderers, outlaws, lawmen, revolutionaries, rustlers, planters, rebels, preachers and gin soaked Californians.

Although this is a work of fiction, most of the characters and events are taken from the historical record. Sometime in the middle of the 17th century three men named Skipper arrived in the new world. One married an Indian and was revered as a chief. He and his descendants absconded with servant girls, amassed large plantations, sued and were sued, rebelled against the Governor, rustled hogs, were hung as Tory sympathizers, fought in the Revolution, the War of 1812, the Civil War, and along the way committed a few acts of indiscretion. This is the first in a series of glimpses into the genealogy of this family and the motivation behind the real historical events. 
Family Traits is an Historical Fiction Novel
(Approx 112, 000 words)
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Monday, April 16, 2012

The Wake by James R. Fox

Dead men tell no tales or do they? 
In New York City, a body has been found floating in the frozen Hudson River. 
Devoid of any identification, the M.E. has determined by autopsy that in all probability, a crime has been committed that took place more than fifty years ago. The body, that of a male is missing a left ear and the inside pocket of a pea coat contain black and white photos along with a pack of 1952 Topps baseball cards. A classic textbook cold case, is this fact based on fact or fact based on fiction? 
The Wake is a Murder Mystery Novel
(Approx 80, 000 words)
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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Tracers - Timeline Series by Jerome Gilden

"Two years ago, my parents ceased to exist.
One year ago, the school counsellor was worried about my mental health.
Yesterday, I went to the future.
Today, I learnt to control the present.
...I fight for my life."
Tracers is a YA Sci Fi/Fantasy Novella
(Approx. 46,500 words)
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Monday, April 9, 2012

Walking with Elephants by Karen S. Bell

Suze Hall is at a crossroads. Her nemesis at work, Wanda, has and now will be her boss. Her husband, Bob, is leaving her and the three kids for a six-month sabbatical down under. To top it off, her best friend, Marcia, is missing in action—playing footsie with some new boyfriend!  Adding to this disaster stew, David, the gorgeous hunk who broke her young-girl's heart has coincidentally popped back into her life and has something she desperately needs to keep her job.
Walking with Elephants, a lighthearted slice-of-life story, brings to the table the serious work/family issues facing women today. It explores the modern dichotomy of a workplace that is filled with homemakers who still must cook, clean, carpool on nights and weekends, shop for prom dresses, and "create" the holidays—such as Suze. But it also is filled with women who have the  same drive as men, have no family responsibilities, and will do what ever it takes to get ahead. 
So step into the shoes of Suze Hall and commiserate over workplace politics, titillate your sexual fantasies, ride the wave of a working mother, and fall-down laughing.
Walking with Elephants is a Chick Lit Novel
(Apporx 90,000 words)
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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Pascal's Wager by Mark Jacobs

Whether it’s in Las Vegas’ glitzy casinos or its seamy back alleys, Black Belt Magazine columnist and poker pro Mark Jacobs captures the excitement with the vision of an insider in his new novel Pascal’s Wager...

Pascal Silver is an action junkie down on his luck. One of the best poker players alive, a losing streak has forced him to take work as a private detective. But when the gorgeous daughter of murdered casino owner “Houston Phil” LaPierre turns to him for help, he finds himself in over his head dealing with the cops, the mob and the enigmatic but beautiful Allegra LaPierre. Now he’ll have to pull off the biggest bluff of his life to come out on top. And even if he does, he’ll still be left with the question “Who killed Phil?” a question only he is shrewd enough to answer.

Pascal's Wager is a Mystery Novel
(Approx 60, 000 words)
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