Friday, September 18, 2015

Catching UP!

No books went to press this week:

Galleys that came in and are waiting for final publication:

PAYBACK: Kathy Sear and Greg Hawkins Series, Vol. 5, by  Michael Field
   During a routine prisoner transfer a dramatic prison escape by four hardened criminals shocks the law enforcement community. A review of their extensive criminal histories reveals they all have one thing in common – Pineview Detectives Greg Hawkins and Kathy Sear are responsible for them being incarcerated.
   The detectives suddenly find themselves in a unique situation as the hunters become the hunted. They are forced to match wits with not only the escaped prisoners but also those that assisted and carried out the prison break.

THE MURDER OF SECRETARY Judd KANE: Adventures on Capital Hill Series, Vol. 2, by Christine Rose, Mariotti
   Second in the popular political thriller series.

Work began or continued on the following:

The Kid Who Wasn't There, by C. M. Albrecht
Jonas gets in pretty deep with a powerful talk show hostess, a mobster and art dealers and a very big Navajo, not to mention a lot of women who try to make him forget he's a happily married man with two children at home, and his troubles extend to home too. Life can be tough!

BLEEDING HEARTS: Killian Kendall Mystery Series, Vol. 1
   Winner of the Stonewall Society's 2002 Pride in the Arts Literary Award in the Whodunit Category! 

REVEREND CASTLE'S CRISIS, Rev. Castle series, Vol. 2 by Celine Rose Mariotti
   Rev. Castle is back in another cozy mystery.  

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, 
and gossip columnist!

Had a note from Debi Emmons this week. Here's the latest news about her new book THE TIGER'S CUB.

Hey - 

Just in case you missed the post, I wanted to let you know that Chase Benton and Aloriah Starbird now have their own Facebook page.  At another block on "Fireblossom and the Dream Weaver" - never work with a red head - and these two have so many interesting scenes to show me....


So here's the link if you want to check out the new model for Aloriah (and FYI, Dylan Griner - aka "The Face of Chase" - has been in touch and loves the attention and comments from the fan base.  He's a really sweet young man).

Hope the business is booming!

That Debi Emmons, she sure is a nice lady. Not sure if she has a cat, but she sure knows how to write!

The Writer's Bloc will meet tomorrow, Saturday, September 19, in Meeting Room 3 of the Salisbury Library from 1 to 3. Hope you can make it. 

As for me, your bookstore cat, I have been reading and helping with a lot of new queries about books that look pretty good to me, though I'm still waiting for final answers for one Book Committee Member who has been a bit under the weather. 

We also have work coming in as well from some old friends with new additions to their series books. So it's shaping up to being a busy fall, if I can get Arline back in shape! 

Tom Ward has a new book in the VOLUNTEER series, vol. 4 all ready to send in. STATION 1260, is the title. I can't wait to find out what volunteer firefighter Robert Doyle and his cohorts are up to this time.

Elena Bowman wrote that she is at work on a new addition to one of her series. Sorry, I'm not sure which one, but all of them are grrrrreat! I especially liked the time-travel theme in the series above.  Me? I'm a big time-travel fan -- don't want to waste any of my nine lives.

C.M. Albrecht has a new Jonas McCoy, also vol. 4., called THE KID WHO WASN'T THERE.  If you haven't ready any of the earlier jonas McCoy stories, you'll like them.  

As I may have mentioned before, Barbara Grengs is working on the last in her popular young adult -- Toby Martin Series. That's the first one and it was written long before that darned movie stole her title...

What little work Arline did this week was on his C.M. Albrecht's new cover, but hasn't got anything ready to show anyone yet. I stayed on the desk and helped all I could! But she thought I was napping. Me?  

Arline's the one who's fast asleep most of the time.  I do think her shots are helping, but her vet said her count was "pretty low," whatever that means. I never understand human doctor stuff. We feline people are MUCH easier. We just get a shot once a year and as long as we stay out of the street, that's IT! First she took shots every day. NOW it's once a week.  It sure is taking a LONG, Darned, TIME to fix her! 

Please don't forget to let me know 
what you are all up to! 

Just send a message with 

 "News for Jack" 

in the subject line, and

I'll make sure it shows up right here. 


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