Monday, May 19, 2014

Michael F Barrett's SHOSHANA

Dan Woog, freelance writer and blogger, states, "Authors are always told: 'Write what you know.'"  So, why does Michael F Barrett's first published novel, Shoshana, have a synopsis like this:

In this gripping new thriller, rookie cop Artie Donnelly is pushed to the edge as he struggles with powerful forces that drag him into the dark abyss of neo-Nazis protecting a war criminal, a guard from Treblinka who's resettled in America...An accomplished portrait painter who has become a police suspect-composit-artist, Artie comes face-to-face with the horrors of the Holocaust.

Turns out KC&A author knows a thing or two about police work and Nazi extermination camps.  Read Dan Woog's full article here to learn more.

For more information about Michael F Barrett, check out his personal website and blog.  

Pick up Shoshana at your local bookstore or on Amazon, also available in eBook for Nook or Kindle.

Posted by Intern Stacy Briscoe

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