Here are a few of the recent and new releases from the authors of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers:
By Warren Hammond
Tor Books June 6, 2012
Hardcover $25.99 Ebook $12.99
“Former enforcer Juno Mozambe is primed to take back what was once his, planet Lagarto’s corrupted police force. If his backwater world is ever going to progress, the Koba Office of Police is going to need an honest chief, and Juno’s former partner Maggie Orzo is the perfect candidate.
Armed with a crew of dirtier than dirty cops, Juno launches a ruthless campaign to seize control of KOP…until a mysterious serial killer starts murdering his men.”
For more information about Warren and his books, visit his website and his Facebook page You may also follow him on Twitter
Death Trap (4th book in the Just Call Me Angel Series)
By S. R. Claridge
Vanilla Heart Publishing 5/8/12
Ebook Smashwords and Kindle $4.99
“When Giovanni’s private jet explodes with Angel presumably on board, the family is thrust into a state of crisis and mourning. Learning that the explosion was not due to a malfunction but a well-planned attack, Angel’s men set out on a course for revenge; while Giovanni must face the hard reality of assigning a new Boss to the family.
Unknown to anyone Angel is alive, but is forced into hiding from the terrorist group enacting revenge on her grandfather, Salvatore. She watches in horror as her men are lured one-by-one into a trap of death, with their only chance for survival falling on the shoulders of a stranger with an unstable past. Tempers flare and bullets fly as the lines of family loyalty blur into a melting pot of Mafia destruction, thickening when Angel’s men discover that the stranger behind the attack isn’t a stranger at all. Emotions run high as Angel must face the suffocating reality that her only hope for staying alive is to play dead.”
You can learn more about S. R. Claridge and her books at her website and her blog. She can also be found on Twitter and Facebook.
By Doug Christi
Christopher Mathews Publishing, June 2012
Trade Paperback $12.95 Ebook $4.99
“Marshal Cameron Piquet is the Justice Department’s best. To stop a serial killer nicknamed The Exterminator, he is partnered with long-time rival, FBI Special Agent Kevin Riddick. The case becomes a race against time when Piquet discovers that the killer is the Angel of Death summoned by a powerful conjurer who wants him dead. Enlisting the aid of Dr. Marion Fullbright, an abrasive forensic genius and Sarah Gilliard, a beautiful psychic, Piquet must come to terms with his troubled past and break the fiendish spell before the Exterminator sends him to his grave.
This is the first in the new Marshal Cameron Piquet series, and will appeal to readers aged 17 and older interested in magic, witchcraft, psychic phenomenon and romance. There is enough magic for most fantasy readers, enough action to satisfy fans of Harlan Coben or Elmore Leonard, a sufficient body count to attract horror fans, and enough realism to suspend the doubt of anyone with an average measure of curiosity and imagination.”
You can connect with Doug on his blog at Goodreads.
Conspiracy of Angels
By Laurence MacNaughton
Release Date June 15, 2012
More information available soon
“Just out of prison, ex-convict Mitch Turner is determined to put his life back on track and find out the truth about his daughter’s mysterious death. But when his daughter’s best friend, Geneva, discovers a cryptic piece of top-secret technology, the two of them are thrust into the cross-hairs of a deadly living weapon.
It’s known only by a code name: Archangel. It’s fast, invulnerable, inhuman. And its next target is Mitch.
The Archangel is more than just a relentless killer. It’s a gatekeeper of the dangerous boundary that divides this world from the next. And it’s Mitch’s only chance of learning the dark truth about what happened to his daughter.”
To learn more about Laurence and Conspiracy of Angels, visit his website. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter. His blog on writing is You Can Write a Novel .com.
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