Friday, May 2, 2014

Catching UP!

 NO Books went to press, or back to press this week:

Galleys that went out or went out again, this Week:

HIS SON, HER DAUGHTER, by Ludima Gus Burton.
    Destitute, single mother Nora Ames believes taking a job as nanny to a wealthy lawyer’s baby could be the answer to her financial problems. Her own daughter is hospitalized, but Nora can take the job temporarily. If her daughter’s health improves, then he can find someone else...

THE PROMISE, by Karen Rossi
   A romantic new title by an author who appeals to "New Adult" readers.  
MOONLIT BAY, by Elena Bowman
What is in an abandoned building on an uninhabited Island across Moonlit Bay that has been surreptitiously invaded by armed, unidentified entities who are helmeted, dressed in black survival suits and armed with laser guns? 

THE MORGENSTERN MURDERS: The Jonas McCleary Series, Vol. 2 by C. M. Albrecht
   In this sequel to The Sand Bluff Murders, former police chief Jonas McCleary has gone into business as a private investigator.

THE STORYBOOK, by Elena D. Bowman
   Who hasn’t marveled at the sight of a child nestled in his or her grandparents arms as the reader takes that child into the kingdom of tigers, and dragons and bears, oh my! Watching as their grandchild’s eyes light up, drifting off into the domain of far away places, to distant parts of an exotic world, to the bottom of the sea,  and even to the far reaches of space.


   When Corky Middleton thinks she may have found her birth mother, she hires Foster & Hall to investigate. Wow, does she open a can of worms! Instead of finding Corky's mother, the shamuses trip over a corpse, and that's just the humble beginning of an escalating case that climbs to the top of society in this twisted tale.

Work began, or continued, on the following titles: 
I HAVE A FRIEND ON JUPITER, Celine Rose Mariotti
   Paperback edition of the popular e-book.
THE DEPUTY, by C.M. Albrecht
   A dark mystery from popular author C.M. Albrecht

THE KIDNAPING OF SEN. ANDY THOMPSON, Adventures on Capital Hill, by Celine Rose Mariotti

   A political mystery, suspense, with a touch of humor. 

 MATTEO'S TREASURE, Morretti Men Series, Vol. 3, by Anna Dynowski
   Jet-setter Santino Moretti died and left the Triple-M property, worth nearly $25 million, to his three neglected sons, Micah, Marek, and Matteo, each born of a different marriage, and each unknown by the others. Before any one of them can inherit, he must take turns living on the farm for three months, then they must return and all three live together for a final three months. Half-brothers, city boys, and complete strangers, they face the biggest challenge of their lives: to put aside their distrust and bitterness and live together like a kind and caring family.
DOING DEAD MAN'S TIME, by Matthew L. Schoonover

    From the author who brought you the supernatural thrillers of The Arbiter series and the impossible mysteries of The Tornado Man series comes a new tale of supernatural suspense. Phil Talbot is in the here-after, awaiting judgment. He is given the opportunity to come back to the mortal plane and fix the one mistake that changed his supernatural fate.

THE DEPUTY, by C.M. Albrecht
   A dark mystery from popular author C.M. Albrecht

MINISTER'S SHOES, VOL. 2 by Celine Rose Mariotti
   Rev. Castle is back in another cozy mystery.

REWIND FORWARD, by Michael E. Field
  Another great mystery by popular author Michael E. Field.

BLEEDING HEARTS: Killian Kendal Mystery Series, Vol. 1

   Winner of the Stonewall Society's 2002 Pride in the Arts Literary Award in the Whodunit Category!

REAP THE WHIRLWIND: Killian Kendall Mystery Series, Vol. 2,  by Josh Aterovis.
   Suicide, or murder? That's the question in the second Killian Kendall mystery. Will Smith suspects murder when an old childhood pal drowns, and asks his friend Killian for help in solving the mystery.


TRUTH OF YESTERDAY,  by Josh Aterovis

ALL LOST THINGS, by Josh Aterovis

CHANGE  OF WORLDS, by Josh Aterovis 


Jack's News!

  by your bookstore cat,  gossip columnist, and feline friend. 

 For everyone worried about SmashWords listings ( greatly behind since Shelley left), Arline is learning how to do it. In fact, now that all the tax stuff is finished, and everyone is paid, she will be giving SW all her attention  until every listing is caught up! 
Boy, Easter was great. Hope you and yours had a good holiday. Everyone came to see me, and pet me, and treat me. I was my usual charming self, though I got nothing from the Easter Bunny, chocolate being very bad for people of the feline persuasion. 
Speaking of bunnies, at least three families have nests in our little copse behind the house. Surprising they didn't drown with all the  rain we had, but there are baby bunnies all over our back yard. I sniffed at their noses (very wiggly) but behaved myself like the gentlemen cat that I am. 
My sister, Spunky, chased them all over the yard, but couldn't catch any. Don't know what she thought she'd do with one, if she caught it. She should know Arline won't allow us to keep them in the house and we are definitely HOUSE cats. Besides we might have to share the food....

Didn't hear news from any of you this week.  Don't forget to share your gossip with Arline and me as we give free publicity, right here, every Friday, every week!

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