Monthly Archives: April 2011

Aid an indie #16: Dangerous Times by Phillip Frey

DANGEROUS TIMES synopsis  Frank Moore arrives in San Pedro because he has found his look-alike, auto-mechanic John Kirk.  A close-enough double who Frank plans to use as his scapegoat. Frank hacks into government databases and switches their identities and fingerprints. 

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Introducing Leighton Gage and Chief Inspector Mario Silva…

Leighton Gage’s latest book: A Vine in the Blood. Leighton Gage writes the Chief Inspector Mario Silva series, crime novels set in Brazil. The New York Times called his first book, Blood of the Wicked, “top notch…controversial and entirely absorbing.”

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Aid an indie writer #15: Eye of The Wizard by Daniel Arenson

GENRE:  Fantasy BOOK TITLE:  Eye of the Wizard PEN-NAME: Daniel Arenson BOOK BLURB: On the longest night of the year, a dark wizard murders a knight and his wife. The knight’s children survive and swear revenge. Sam and Jamie vow

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Aid an indie #14: Maxwell Street Blues by Marc Krulewitch

Grabbing snapshots of cheating spouses and hunting down bail jumpers provides a comfortable living for Jules Landau—until his estranged father knocks on the door. Second-rate con man Bernie Landau reports Jules’s beloved “Uncle Snook” has taken five bullets in the

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