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.
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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.