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Echelon Press is pleased to welcome J.S Farthing to our team of authors. Echelon will be publishing her novel Deacon’s Deception. You can get to know a litte bit more about this up and coming author by visiting her web site at http://www.jsfarthing.com.

We also welcome Rob Tobin, author of the upcoming God Wars. We will also publish novels by Jon Gibbs, author of Fur-face in our Quake Division. In our Explorations division you will meet Marian Allen, author of Eel’s Reverence, and Ralph Hieb, author of Feeders (a vampire novel), and Jeanette Angell, Assignment Nepal.

Over the last couple of months we have also contracted works from Stephen Brayton, author of Beta, Una Tiers, author of Judge vs. Nuts, Gale Borger, author of Totally Buzzed, Pat Dueson, author of Superior Longings, Elaine Abramson, author of Thursday’s Child, Verna Clay, author of :11 ‘Countdown to 2012’, and The Theory of Everything, Jeremy Trible, author of Dream Runner, and J.F. Hilborne, author of Madness & Murder  and No Alibi. In our Quake division you’ll also see the publication of Empty Houses by John Paultis, The Wrong Guy by Claudia Whitsitt,  and Snowstorm by Connie Hullander.

If you are waiting for something from your Echelon favorites, you’ll be glad to know that we have new releases scheduled from several of our current authors. You’ll get Cape Seduction by Anne Carter (this is the follow-up to Carter’s Lighthouse novel Point Surrender). We’ll have Outwitted by newcomer Beth Solheim, Passions of the Dead, the fourth installment of the Detective Jackson mysteries by L.J. Sellers, Reunion, book two in the Jack Marston mysteries by the beloved Carl Brookins, as well as St. Martin’s Moon by our favorite fantasy author Marc Vun Kannon. And for those of you who need a touch of romance we’ve got The Key by Lois Carroll.

Today’s Featured Title:

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Amy Winslow isn’t looking for a mystery; she doesn’t even like secrets. In fact, secrets have nearly destroyed her life. So, when a terrible accident forces her to take control of her brother’s mysterious California lighthouse, Amy finds herself immersed in its shocking past and uncertain future. Enchanted by the mystery, she refuses to rest until she finds out who died in the aging white beacon, and why. Case McKenna hasn’t quite reconciled his own painful history when he sails his crippled boat into Newburg Harbor, intending to stay only long enough to make repairs. His plans change when he becomes entangled with a local couple intent on restoring a long-shuttered lighthouse. Despite an overwhelming urge to flee, Case follows intrigue and passion, as he, too, finds himself drawn in by Point Surrender…



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