Wednesday, May 18, 2016

PW features Barbara Boxer's The Art of Tough: Fearlessly Facing Politics and Life

Barbara Boxer's The Art of Tough is still thirteen days from official release, yet has already caught the attention of Publisher's Weekly.
Click here to read the full Publisher's Weekly review! Here are some highlights:

“This reflection on her years in office will serve as a key record of her work during those years."
"Boxer…writes serviceably, if not inspiringly, in the memoir format.”
"She has an eye for a good anecdote..."
There's still time to pre-order your copy! Go local by purchasing through Book Passage of Corte Madera. 

Thursday, May 12, 2016

FREE BOOK: Lily Gardner's "Betting Blind" available at no cost!

Lily Gardner's Betting Blind is available as a free download!

CLICK HERE to claim your free copy!

Check out Lily's website for more information.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Allen Eskens on the cover of Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine

Check out the new Spring/Summer issue of Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine featuring Allen Eskens on the cover. Along with the magazine's usual reviews and publishing news coverage, the issue highlights the success of Allen's award-winning publisher Seventh Street Books.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Final Cover for Black Rain by Matthew B. J. Delaney!

Here it is, in all its high-resolution glory!

Pre-order your copy today!

Suspense Magazine reviews The Drum Within

James Scarantino continues to impress with his latest novel The Drum Within. Read Suspense Magazine's review below:

                Detective Denise Aragon is on the force in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her recent job involves outsmarting corrupt lawyers and judges in order to stop a celebrity artist named Cody Geronimo, who just so happens to kill people to use for his “art.” His latest victim is Linda Fager, wife of cold and calculating criminal attorney, Walter Fager. But for the very first time, it seems that Walter wants the police to succeed, and bring down the sick artist before he can hurt anyone else. Unfortunately, Marcy Thornton, Walter’s former protégé, is defending the killer with a passion.

                Most of the police force know that Cody took his celebrity to new horrors. In fact, everyone sitting in court knows that on the night of the murder Cody called his attorney to actually inform her about what he’d done. This phone call is what Detective Aragon playsin court. Sadly, the judge rules that Aragon eavesdropping on a confidential call between attorney and client is illegal. Hence, the murderer runs free and Aragon is suspended.

                 As Aragon tries to keep her case afloat, Cody trespasses on private property and remains a vicious man. But Aragon will never quit as she deals with the subject of American Indian tribes, their property lines, as well as the social conflicts that crop up when dealing with the law.

            A thrilling police story, this gives the real mystery buff a lot to absorb. A major look at justice in all its colors, this incredible author gives us good guys and bad guys and, cross your fingers, it might just be the start of a new series.

Visit Scarantino's website for more information!