Amazon Publishing Announces 32 Diverse Books for Late Summer and Early Fall
In Deborah Reed's gritty, lyrical and suspenseful novel "Carry Yourself Back to Me," alt-country artist Annie Walsh comes to terms with her own heartbreak when a murder connected to her brother forces her to mine the depths of love and loss, regret and redemption. Reed currently resides in the Pacific Northwest, where she also writes suspense fiction under the name of Audrey Braun. "Carry Yourself Back to Me" will be published by AmazonEncore on September 20.
Award-winning author Max Allan Collins' "Chicago Lightning: The Collected Nathan Heller Short Stories," to be published by Thomas & Mercer on October 4, features Chicago PI Nathan Heller as the narrator of thirteen crime stories based on real cases from the 1930s and 1940s. Known for his graphic novel, "Road to Perdition," the basis of the Academy Award-winning film starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman, Max Allan Collins is a recipient of the Private Eye Writers of America lifetime achievement award, the Eye, and is the writer and director of five feature films and two documentaries. Leading up to the publication of "Chicago Lightning," AmazonEncore will re-release twelve other Nathan Heller books in August.
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