#NewRelease: 15 Minutes by Larissa Reinhart

About the Book
When ex-teen star Maizie
Albright returns to her Southern hometown of Black Pine, Georgia, she hoped to
rid herself of Hollywood tabloid and reality show hell for a new career as a
private investigator. Instead, Hollyweird follows her home. Maizie’s costar
crushing, but now for her gumshoe boss. Her stage-monster mother still demands
screen time. Her latest rival wants her kicked off the set, preferably back to
a California prison.
By entangling herself in a missing person’s case,
she must reprise her most famous role. The job will demand a performance of a
lifetime. But this time, the stakes are real and may prove deadly.

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A 2015 Georgia Author of the Year
Best Mystery finalist, Larissa writes the Cherry Tucker Mystery and Maizie
Albright Star Detective series. The first in the Cherry Tucker series, Portrait
of a Dead Guy
, is a 2012 Daphne du Maurier finalist, 2012 The Emily
finalist, and 2011 Dixie Kane Memorial winner. She loves books, food, and travel
in any and all combinations.
Her family and Cairn Terrier,
Biscuit, live in Nagoya, Japan, but they still call Georgia home. You can see
them on HGTV’s House Hunters International “Living for the Weekend in
Nagoya” episode. Visit her
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Release Day: Holding Out For A Zero by Heather Wardell

About the Book
“I’m doing the right thing, not feeding myself. It’s the only thing I can do, so I
will do it. Gloria can somehow have the energy I don’t take in, and it will
help her stay alive.”
Twenty years ago, fourteen-year-old Valerie rushed
off for lunch with her boyfriend instead of properly putting away a packet of
balloons, and her little brother choked to death on his third birthday. In
response, Valerie locked down every aspect of her life so she could never lose
control like that again, and she’s still doing that today.

So when her sister Gloria is found comatose after
an apparently random attack, Valerie is desperate to do something, anything, to
save her only remaining sibling. But as a financial controller for a
“nothing bigger than a size six” fashion designer, she has no medical
background and no idea of how to help. But she has to find a way.

Since Gloria has always wanted to be a size zero,
Valerie hits on food as the answer: by eating less, she will lose the weight
Gloria now can’t and somehow save her sister that way. But when “eating
less” turns into a frantic starvation diet to reach size zero before
Gloria dies, will Valerie’s self control save her sister or destroy her own life?

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About the Author

Heather is a natural 1200 wpm speed reader and the author of nineteen self-published novels. She came to writing after careers as a software developer and elementary school computer teacher and has no plans to leave it. In her spare time, she reads, walks, lifts weights, crochets, takes care of her aquarium and her cat Trinity, changes her hair colour, and plays drums and clarinet.





Release Day: Seeing Evil by MC Domovitch

About the Book

Ciara Kelly returns in M.C. Domovitch’s latest must-read thriller. When teenage girls start disappearing in one of Manhattan’s most affluent neighborhood, Ciara cannot help but feel drawn to the case, especially that the details are so similar to those of her own kidnapping of a few years earlier. When Detective Nanos asks her to see the body of the latest victim and give her impressions, word gets out that Ciara is cooperating with the police. Suddenly, the killer’s focus is on her.

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Author Bio
Domovitch lives with her physician husband and their two dogs. They divide
their time between their farm on the west coast, their home in Toronto and the
Florida Keys. She started writing later in life, after retiring from her
television career, “proving that one is never too late to follow one’s dreams,”
as she points out. When she is not writing or traveling, she is an avid
redecorator. Which might explain why we move so much,” she says, laughing.
“Once a house has been re and re-done, it’s time to move on.” Monique is
working on her ninth book, a sequel to Scar Tissue, tentatively titled Seeing
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