Saturday, August 11, 2012

SlantedK Mysterious Book Feature-Rama

A good friend of mine, Guest Author @SlantedK
Don Porter 
Has a New Release!
"Sincerest Flattery"
Can anyone guess the feature this week?
SlantedK Mysterious Book Feature-Rama

Don G. Porter at invites you to check out his complete library. As 
always, he'll sign, ship, and pay the postage.

The deal doesn't stop there, oh no.
Mention that you heard about this @SlantedK 
and Don will take five dollars off any fifteen-dollar book 
and three dollars off any thirteen dollar book.

"Planning to write is not writing. Outlining, researching, talking to people about what you’re doing, none of that is writing. Writing is writing." ~E. L. Doctorow

Alex Price, bush pilot from Bethel, Alaska, arrives in Hawaii expecting an escape from February cold and dark to a tropical paradise and a visit with his cousin Ace. He finds Ace sitting in the living room with a bullet hole in his forehead. Most inexplicably, Ace has dyed his hair and changed his appearance so that Alex seems to be looking into a mirror.

Alex, wearing the face that Ace has stolen, realizes that the killer will assume Ace is still alive and will come back to finish the job. The ranch style house set right on the beach and the cars in the garage, all apparently paid for, tell Alex that Ace had quite a lot of money and Alex scrambles to learn where it came from. Neighbors wander in and out, including the drop dead gorgeous Melanie who swims daily, Hilda the nubile but innocent housekeeper, Babs the pineapple heiress, and Ginny, Ace’s intended.

The killer comes back; a deadly cat and mouse game covers the Island. Some Alaska style helicopter flying is needed.
"The objective of fiction isn’t grammatical correctness but to make the reader welcome and then tell a story …
to make him/her forget, whenever possible, that he/she is reading a story at all." Stephen King

 And Now For Something Blue
The Blues, that is.
Thanks for the Visit @SlantedK.

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