Tuesday, July 27, 2010

In case you missed them

Chris Kuzneski was at The Poisoned Pen on July 14. John Rector signed his book The Cold Kiss on July 24. We still have signed copies of both books.

The Prophecy by Chris Kuzneski
Jonathon Payne and David Jones are back in the fray in the latest page?turner from Chris Kuzneski, internatio
nal bestselling author of The Lost Throne, Sword of God, and Sign of the Cr
oss.\n\nWhen the prophetic writings of sixteenth-century visionary Nostradamus begin to ring alarmingly true, Payne and Jones find themselves in a life-or-death race across th
e world to stop those who would use the French seer's predictions for their own dark purposes.\n\nWith the breathles
s pace that has found Chris Kuzneski millions of fans around the globe, The Prophecy is a must-ha
ve adventure thriller.

The Cold Kiss by John Rector

All Nate and Sara want is a new life in a new town, away from the crime and poverty of their past. So, after being approached at a roadside diner by a man offering $500 for a ride to Omaha, they wonder if their luck might be changing.

At first it seems like easy money, but within a few hours the man is dead.

Now, forced off the road by a blizzard and trapped in a run-down motel on the side of a deserted highway, Nate and Sara begin to uncover the man's secrets. Who he was, how he died, and most importantly, why he was carrying two million dollars in his suitcase.

Before they know it, Nate and Sara are fighting for their lives, and in the end, each has to decide just how far they are willing to go to survive.

The Cold Kiss is an everyman psychological thriller that pits a young couple against moral corruption, greed, betrayal, and love. More simply, for two characters who may have used up all their chances, it's the classic final trip down the dark tunnel that might lead to heaven, but drags them through hell. This is A Simple Plan meets The Getaway, with a pulse-pounding plot and a twist ending. John Rector is name that all thriller fans will come to know and love for years to come.

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