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Ellis Vidler to Launch New Romantic Suspense

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Mon-Sat October 25, 2011

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Launch Party and Book Signing for Upstate South Carolina Mystery Author Ellis Vidler 

Cold ComfortGreenville, SC, October 25, 2011 – Upstate South Carolina mystery author Ellis Vidler will be signing copies of her new novel, Cold Comfort (Echelon, paperback, $14.99) at her launch party at Fiction Addiction on Saturday, November 19th, from 5-7pm. This party is open to the public, and we will be serving light refreshments.

After she’s dumped by her faithless fiancé, Claire Spencer abandons her dreams of a family of her own tucked neatly inside a picket fence. Instead, she plots her solo course and settles for a quiet life as an independent Williamsburg shop owner. So how does she become a killer’s target?
Sometime security consultant Riley, burned out, disillusioned, and haunted by a young girl he couldn’t save, vows never to work with women again. But when a thug tries to kill Claire and she winds up in Riley’s arms, his plans go all to hell. Knowing she’s in danger, he can’t walk away.
While dodging a speeding car, ducking bullets, and escaping through murky swamp waters, conventional Claire and freewheeling Riley struggle against their powerful chemistry–if she’s picket fences, he’s barbed wire.
Opposites do attract.

Ellis VidlerEllis Vidler is a writer and editor. She won the South Carolina Writers Conference prize for short fiction and was a finalist in or won a few contests. Her first novel, Haunting Refrain, was published by Silver Dagger Mysteries. She is currently a member of Sisters in Crime and Romance Writers of America and lives with her husband and dogs in the South Carolina piedmont.Cold Comfort is her newest romantic suspense, published by Echelon Press.

The Peeper, a suspense novel, was co-authored with Jim Christopher.

Those who cannot make the signing can reserve a personalized copy of Cold Comfort by contacting Fiction Addiction in advance at 864-675-0540 or at

– Fiction Addiction is a local, woman-owned, independent bookstore established in 2001. The store carries a mixture of new and used fiction and nonfiction, including children’s books, as well as gift items. For more information, visit our website at or call us at 864-675-0540.
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2 thoughts on “Ellis Vidler to Launch New Romantic Suspense

  1. I have written several books. They range from romance to westerns and sci-fi. Everywhere I try to apply I am told that publishing is off and book printing is down, or they want me to pay for the publishing costs. I feel that many of these are rip-offs. I have heard of e-books but I haven’t tried any. Would it be possible for you to send me information about your requirements?
    I am not a wealthy man by no means and if I was, I wouldn’t be trying to get a book published. Any information that you can send will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and trouble.
    James R. Tucker
    E-mail adress–

  2. Dear Mr. Tucker,

    Echelon is a traditional press and accepts submissions directly from authors. If your books fit their needs and they offer you a contract, there is no charge. They are not a self-publishing house. Click the SUBMIT tab at the top of this page to see Echelon’s requirements.

    I wish you the best in finding a suitable publisher for your work. It’s a frustrating buisness with much competition at every level. We’ve all been there and know what you’re going through.

    Best regards,
    Ellis Vidler

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