All About the Book

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Henry Mosquera on “Sleeper’s Run”

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War on Terror veteran, Eric Caine, is found wandering the streets of Miami with no memory of the car accident that left him there. Alone and suffering from PTSD, Eric is on a one-way road to self-destruction.
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Harry Groome on "The Girl Who Fished with a Worm"

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I was trout fishing when a friend asked if I’d read Stieg Larsson’s books. In a smart-assed fashion I said I was thinking of writing a Larsson parody titled "The Girl Who Fished with a Worm", then couldn’t get the idea out of my head and wrote this little story.
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Catherine Bybee on "Married by Monday"

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Getting married every single year was becoming a pain in the ass. Especially for the maid of honor.
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M.L. Harveland on "The Seventh Soul"

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CSP’s investigation uncovers a former tenant who was an accused murderer that was hanged to death in 1917. Lenora reads chilling accounts of the man’s life, taking her into the early 1900s and the life of a young orphan, turned murderer.
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Joanne DeMaio on "Whole Latte Life"

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In her fortieth year, Sara Beth Riley walks out of her life to find herself again.
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Neil Wooten on "Reternity"

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She peered through her large glasses as her gaze circled the room; her breathing seemed labored as her tiny frame expanded and shrank with each breath.
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Lennie Ross on "Blow Me"

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Skylar Rose Cumming signed the last of the lease documents for her new Mercedes C300 Coupe and was reminded once again of her unfortunate name.
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John Yunker on IRDA Winner "The Tourist Trail"

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The Tourist Trail is an eco-thriller about endangered species and the people who risk their lives to protect them. It’s also a love story about a penguin researcher and the man who washes up on her shore one day.
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Nancy Fisher on IRDA YA Winner, "Pandora's Key"

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I've always loved Greek mythology - especially the story of Pandora. I wanted to recreate that myth in a modern setting and give it a twist. What if, instead of being the downfall of mankind, Pandora actually saved the world from total destruction? And what if her descendants still bore that responsibility... but didn't know it?
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C.J. Lyons on "Blood Stained"

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An accountant from Lawrence, Kansas has a wife who is constantly cold.
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Tracey Garvis-Graves on "On the Island"

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This week's All About the Book is currently #1 on "The List Where Indies Count" and #13 on USA Today's Bestseller list.
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Ingrid Ricks on "Hippie Boy"

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A true coming-of-age story about a feisty teenage girl who escapes her abusive Mormon stepfather and the suffocating religion and poverty at home by joining her dad on the road as a tool-selling vagabond – until his arrest forces her to take charge of her life.
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Dani Amore on "The Killing League"

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It’s a thriller that races like Charlie Sheen on meth, driving a stolen Ferrari down the Autobahn.
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Blake Crouch on "Run"

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Your name is Jack Colclough. You have a wife, a daughter, and a young son. You live in Albuquerque, New Mexico. People are coming to your house to kill you and your family. You don’t know why, but you don’t have time to think about that any more.
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Martin Crosbie on "My Temporary Life"

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I think I first smelled booze on Gerald when we were eleven, and as far as I know he’s been drinking ever since.
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A. K. Alexander on "Daddy's Home"

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A killer of the worst kind preys upon single mothers and their children "seeking" the perfect family. CSI Holly Jennings is determined to catch the killer who turns his sites on her and her daughter.
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Kathleen Long on "Chasing Rainbows"

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Some people leave behind notes. Some leave behind journals. Some leave life lessons carefully documented for the good of future generations. My dad left cryptograms.
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Sam Torode on "The Dirty Parts of the Bible"

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It's 1936, and Tobias Henry is stuck in the frozen hinterlands of Michigan. Tobias is obsessed with two things: God and girls. Mostly girls, of course. But being a Baptist preacher's son, he can't escape God.
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Catherine Bybee on "Wife by Wednesday"

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"I need a wife, Carter, and I needed her yesterday."
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Dani Amore on "Death By Sarcasm" + Giveaway!

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Instead of the local rats, a team of crime scene technicians scurried around the grimy alley, popping flashbulbs and taking notes.
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Richard Bard on "Brainrush"

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I was astounded to learn that there are a growing number of cases where ordinary people suffer a head injury and then immediately develop incredible mental abilities—like photographic memory, math skills, or artistic talents.
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Melissa Foster on "Come Back to Me"

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Suha huddled over the hand-drawn map, wishing the shadows from the candle would stop dancing across the page and thankful that the sandstorm had finally ceased.
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Kathy Bennett on "A Dozen Deadly Roses"

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Having been a police officer for the LAPD for twenty-one years, I wanted to write a book about street cops and show them as 'real' people who have problems...just like everyone else.