T. M. Hunter always had a fascination with other-world travel, earning a B. S. in Aerospace Engineering. HEROES DIE YOUNG achieved Champagne Books’ Best-Selling Book of 2008 award. FRIENDS IN DEED is his latest novel in the Aston West universe.
Aston West was condemned to life on the prison planet Lycus IV for spitting in a man’s face. Being forced to reside with the likes of murderers and thieves, he owes his freedom to Lars and Elijah Cassus, who orchestrated an escape. Now the twin brothers call in the favor and force him to return with their team to Lycus IV to rescue crewmate Leah Jordan.
Aston discovers Leah’s desire to leave the twins forever, but Lars and Elijah use fear and intimidation to control their group and no one leaves alive. It’s a case of kill or be killed and Aston will need to become more like the brothers than he ever wanted.
Read Friends In Deed by T.M Hunter…Betrayed by former friends, space pirate Aston West must face his past, and keep himself alive long enough to escape.
Jane Toombs, the award-winning author of over eighty published books and twenty some novellas, lives on the south shore of Lake Superior with the Viking from her past and their grandcat, Kinko.
When “Lucky” Luke Ray, a cocky young American pilot volunteers to fly for the French in World War I, he has no idea what’s ahead for him. Soon he’s in England, under orders from the British Spy Master to rescue Nurse Cavell in German- occupied Belgium, where she’s on trial for being a spy. At least he believes that’s his mission until treachery in his own ranks puts him in deadly danger. Which one is responsible? The woman he wants? The man he mistrusts? Or has he been set up from the start? Unless he’s more lucky than he’s ever been, he’ll soon be facing a Boche firing squad…
Luke strode away from his burning Nieuport, passed between stone pillars at the entrance to the cemetery and headed down the hill. Sensing movement in the distance, he looked past the ruined church to the woods on the far side of the village. Soldiers in gray-green uniforms and pickelhaubes, spiked helmets, trotted from the trees into the field.
Linda Rettstatt is a multi-published, award winning author of Women’s Fiction. She has worked as a musician, songwriter, nature photographer, and social worker. Linda grew up in southwestern Pennsylvania & currently resides in Southaven, Mississippi.
Facing possible death forces Emmie Steele to examine her life. She had plenty she could regret—like her choice in a husband. She is surprised to discover her greatest regret is that she never learned to dance. Now, as she undergoes a second mastectomy and treatment, Emmie learns to dance—with her feet and with her heart.
Facing breast cancer for the second time, and fearful she could die, Emmie Steele takes an inventory of her life. Her one regret—she never learned to dance. Learning gives Emmie the strength to survive.
This book is dedicated to all women whose lives have been shadowed by breast cancer. To quote Emmie: “I hope you dance—for whatever that means in your life.”
Harvey writes for fun, his previously published novels have him halfway to the goal of writing one of every type on his list. The latest is a dark foray into the mystery/thriller genre. An educator, he pays close attention to facts & the wow factor.
Cain Machinovic, a young homicide detective, is growing weary of dead bodies. His jaded attitude changes with the discovery of Kendra Holland’s lifeless body. When Cain realizes that her death is part of a pattern of sixty years of slaughter, he looks for answers from the past. What he learns is both fascinating and frightening as he closes in on a murderous cult-like killer. He also realizes that there are two murders unaccounted for on his list, and he knows when and who they will be.
Cain Machinovic, homicide detective, refuses to allow an old woman’s death, and consequently her life, to be forgotten. Does he succeed? Read Harvey R. Tate’s latest release Death Takes A Number to find out.
Death Takes A Number can be purchased in electronic format January 2, 2010 (http:// www.champagnebooks.com/books/)
Suspense author Michael Davis and romance writer Candace Morehouse combined their experience to create the romantic suspense novel, VEIL OF DECEPTION, which explores gender-driven conflicts & the premise that Sometimes truth cuts deeper than a lie.
Spenser Lake, Virginia is an ideal place to raise a family. The wonderful people and spectacular vistas are everything Kurt Hawkins has wanted for his wife and son. Beneath the surface of this wonderful community an evil lurks, hidden in the beautiful countryside, waiting for the unsuspecting to venture near, and no one has a clue why so many, including Kurt’s wife, have gone missing.
Danielle Gillette stayed in Spenser Lake even after her husband’s death a decade earlier to pursue a new career as a mystery author. She uses her writing as an excuse to be reclusive and avoid the true circumstances behind her husband’s demise.
Kurt and Danielle meet one stormy night. Almost against their will, they are drawn together to discover that the serenity of Spenser Lake is merely an illusion. They find a reality far more evil than either of them could have imagined along with the painful realization that sometimes the truth cuts deeper than a lie.