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FALSE FRONT Lucinda Pierce Novel by Diane Fanning to Be Released in January

A thrilling new Lucinda Pierce mystery – Candace Eagleton was brutally murdered, and Homicide Lieutenant Lucinda Pierce is determined to find her killer. Meanwhile, Charles Rowland tells FBI agent Jack Lovett vague details about a murder linked to someone at the heart of the US government. But before Jake can find out more, Charles bolts – and is killed. When a scrap of paper is found in Charles’ apartment with a list of names, including his and Candace’s, it’s clear the murders are linked – and there may be more to follow . . . The fifth book in Diane Fanning’s fiction series, features Lucinda Pierce knee deep in another murder mystery.  Follow Lucinda through another puzzling case, the hunt for a killer on the loose. In true Fanning form, FALSE FRONT promises to take readers through the twists and turns of mystery, intrigue, and murder in the quest for justice. Pre-order NOW from Amazon and Barnes&Noble online, and watch for FALSE FRONT, and the complete Lucinda Pierce series, in local bookstores and online retailers. …

Nook is Nice! Available Now: THE CANDLESTICKMAKER

Paperback, Ebook, Kindle and now NOOK, all the ways you have to choose to read THE CANDLESTICKMAKER by Dennis McDougal. THE CANDLESTICKMAKER is McDougal’s first work of fiction, he’s best known as an award winning journalist for the LA Times, CNN, and NY Times, as well as the author of several non-fiction books about true crime, and biographies of notables such as Jack Nicholson, Lew Wasserman, Otis Chandler and upcoming Bob Dylan. THE CANDLESTICKMAKER takes readers back to the 1960’s aboard the spy ship U.S.S. Argosy in the war-tossed waters off the coast of Vietnam, three young American sailors form an unlikely bond. Each has fled an America they were raised to love but somehow no longer understand. When forced to choose whether to face combat or stay and fight the war in the streets, they sign up for a war that reflected the conflict that raged inside each of them. The one thing of which they were certain was that the only people in the world that they could depend on were each other. …