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Sleepwalker, only 99 cents, for the Kindle and Nook

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 2, 2011 by keithlatch

Now get Sleepwalker, the novella at a reduced price! For $.99, get this dark, grisly story and read it within sixty seconds!

 

Here’s a little about the story:

 

Night after night, beautiful young women are murdered in the city of Memphis, home of the blues. The police have no clues and it all comes down to Detective Renee Juliard, a tough, gritty woman not very well liked among her colleagues, to save the city from the fear that continues to build like an enraged hurricane.

Tim Seale, a happily-married newspaper editor, is having trouble sleeping. Morning after morning, however, he awakes with his clothing damaged and sometimes even blood on his hands. As he begins his own, private investigation, he learns things he wish he hadn’t.

Because…

When Tim Seale closes his eyes, Evil awakes.

 

 

Get it Now!

Kindle Version

 

Nook Version

 

So, what are you still doing here? Get over there now and drop that 99 cents. I mean what else can you get for a buck? A hamburger from McDonald’s? This book won’t give you heartburn and the nightmares will last long after the you’ve read the book!

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Free Book: Sleepwalker

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 27, 2011 by keithlatch

Interested in winning a copy of Sleepwalker: a novella? For every ten reviews posted at either Barnes and Noble, Amazon, or Smashwords, I’ll give away a free, signed copy of the trade paperback version of Sleepwalker. Not asking for five-star reviews (though, if you think I deserve them, certainly leave me one). Just asking for fair, concise reviews that will hopefully inform potential readers about my work.

Here’s what you could win.

 

Night after night, beautiful young women are murdered in the city of Memphis, home of the blues. The police have no clues and it all comes down to Detective Renee Juliard, a tough, gritty woman not very well liked among her colleagues, to save the city from the fear that continues to build like an enraged hurricane.

Tim Seale, a happily-married newspaper editor, is having trouble sleeping. Morning after morning, however, he awakes with his clothing damaged and sometimes even blood on his hands. As he begins his own, private investigation, he learns things he wish he hadn’t.

Because…

When Tim Seale closes his eyes, Evil awakes.