Monday, August 27, 2012

An Explosive Thriller "Lost Lake"

Phillip Margolin's books have blasted each leading best-seller list in the United States, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Los Angeles Times and Publishers Weekly. The best-selling author and Edgar Award nominee comes back with "Lost Lake" (HarperTorch, $9.99), an mind blowing thriller about how a young journalist's "paranoid" theories just might be true.

The main character, Vanessa Kohler, is a tabloid reporter residing and employed in Washington, D.C. She writes fantastic tales about a huge government conspiracy headed by General Wingate, a well known presidential candidate who as well happens to be her dad, and most waive her as a crackpot making use of sensationalism to sell papers.

Pulling from 25 years of courtroom knowledge to produce true characters and high-intensity activity, Margolin's novels just continue getting better and greater. Critics statethat "Lost Lake," with all of its murderous intrigue and plot-driven suspense, is not going to let  down.

"Lost Lake" belongs to HarperCollins' Premium Plus initiative, that provides a more legible type and dimension, and offers an extra benefit: Fans who relish Margolin can signup online to receive a free mass market "pick of the month."

Phillip Margolin fans make a note: HarperCollins Publishers is issuing the author's latest hardcover thriller, "Proof Positive" ($25.95), in which the author relates just how unreliable CSI evidence can get-when misused by a serial murderer with no remorse.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

"Don't Go Alone"

This 284-page whodunit thriller written by  by Margaret Lenois has spins and twists that leave  readers thinking right until the conclusion.

Good-looking, well-built Michael Bannagan is chief executive officer and founder of a booming computer company – he’s also a philanderer. Unused to to hard knocks or a messy life, Michael is having a hard time with his frigid and attractive wife. He’s been caught unfaithful, once more (but he’s not the only one), and she wishes a divorce. Out of the blue, he finds he is apprehended for a murder he is not guilty of. All the hints aim to Michael and he is aware he is being set up – but by whom, and by how many? Are they acting collectively? And how come?! After all, Michael has never done anything malevolent in his life.

Don’t Go Alone is a tale of beau monde - of limos, kept wives and fancy homes. It is a tale of passion and disgrace, of regrets and betrayal, errors and love… hate and revenge.

. She may very well be the next female author that we see on the best selling list!

ISBN#: 0-9771971-3-1
Author: Margaret Lenois
Publisher: Better Be Write Publishing

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Color me Beautiful

"Spring,Summer, Winter Fall, Who's the Fairest of them all?"
Rember "Color Me beautiful" from the 1980's. It may seem dated but true certain colors bring out our skin tone better than others. Instead color groups to Group 1, 2, 3, 4, "Color Me Beautiful" uses a seasonal approach. Fall and Spring are warm skin tones. Winter and Summer are for cool skin tones. The book featured before and after photos of model in the 'wrong' season colors and the 'right' season colors. It not only gives you a cosmetic makeover but a fashion make-over. Learn how to simplify your wardrobe by getting rid of the wrong color clothes and find your clothing style. You may end having a clothes swap party with your friends to ensure you wear the right colors. The book has been revised over the yearsand it is till full of good advice.