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- member since July 21, 2008
Mrs. Hogan, I am writing to ask if you consider reviewing my book, "Lust=Death, Kiddies!" for Amazon.com. If so, send drop an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address, and I will post a copy in the coming days. To gauge your interest, search for the title on Amazon.com; however, do not do so on a work computer, because the book features mature content.
Its a good book May 30, 2012
By Rishabh Chaturvedi
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
Liked this book. Quite the money's worth; one of those rare occasions when you feel you did not go wrong with an indie.
Dracula: Hearts of Stone
I found myself "hearing" the characters in this story. They are well written and I found myself able to leave the normal world behind. I deeply enjoyed the humor and the addition of P. Anthony, that was a touch I did not expect at all. Dracula in this book is seen in a different light, not a true creature of evil at all. I do suggest that you read this book as it is very good and enjoyable.
DRACULA: Hearts of Stone.
Enter this world of magical vampires. It’s a place where enchantment and biters interweave for an exciting adventure.
It’s a tale of magic, romance and fangs; a tale of valor.
We start with a shiny new pot of boiling water and add too many evil vampires, and not enough of the good biters. Toss in one suicidal Dracula; add a cup of mayhem and a dash of romance. Oh yes, and a pinch of mirth. Stir lovingly and you have a new novel by A. J. Gallant. If it sounds like the recipe for you then you must read Dracula: Hearts of Stone.
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I hope all is well. My latest crime novel, ASK THE DICE, has been published by Crossroad Press (also published novels by Tom Piccirilli, Billie Sue Mosiman, John Lutz, and Ed Gorman). ASK THE DICE has earned 15 Four- & Five-star ratings on Goodreads. Please consider downloading ASK THE DICE to enjoy on your favorite e-reader. The rear cover description appears below.
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Over the past two decades, Tommy Mack Zane has faithfully worked as a contract killer for Watson Ogg, the Washington, D.C. crime boss. Now middle age creeping up finds Tommy Mack edgy, jaded, and weary of his grisly trade. As he contemplates retirement, he is framed for the murder of Mr. Ogg’s niece. Desperate, Tommy Mack enlists the aid of his friends, the mercurial D. Noble and burly Esquire to do battle with Mr. Ogg and his mercenary “dark suits.” A new, better life filled with his passions for poetry and jazz drives Tommy Mack to the slambang climax where a few dark secrets about his past are unearthed.
Hi Kathryn, I've noticed that you have Glenn Kleier's new book The Knowledge of Good and Evil. I'm currently trying to get a group read going in my Suspense and Thrillers group with Glenn leading the discussion. If you would like to take part, please visit the group and let me know. If this group read is a success, it could lead to more reads with author participation. Here is a link to the group: http://www.shelfari.com/groups/11778/about Thanks! Brad
Hey Kathryn no I have not heard of the new books you just got but I will look into it they sound very intresting. Which is your favorite genres. At the moment I am reading Kiss of Midnight by Lara Adrian acutally this is my first paranormal story and I am loving it!!!!!!! Do you know of any good paranormal stories let please let me know?
Thanks for getting back to me. I will look for The Gift at my local library first and if not I have plenty of book tokens. People get them for me for birthdays and Christmas. Are there also USA book tokens? Are you in MInnesota in th e north of the states? I am close to Bristol in the south west of England. Have you read Safe People? How do I meet Safe People? That's my big question. Where are they?
Hello. It seems that we pretty much read the same kind of books. I'm British and live in the south of England, close to Bristol. I read in every spare moment. I'm reading Boundaries at the moment. I have also read recently Safe People by the same authors. Have you read Safe People? I still dont really understand where and how to go about actually meeting Safe people. Any ideas? I read the Historian last year. I couldn't put it down.
This looks dark and scary. Will I have to sleep with the lights on]