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August 21, 2015 / Leslie

Friday Feature and Two Book Giveaway

A New Thriller Series

Today I am pleased to feature a new series by indie author Samuel Marquis and an opportunity to be one of the first to read the books.

“Indie crusader Samuel Marquis doesn’t just talk about doing things on his own terms – he’s publishing seven novels in the next year and has also written the outlaw attitude into his stories. The author’s thrilling debut novel “The Slush Pile Brigade,” chronicling the adventure of an unknown author’s quest for an apology for his stolen manuscript, releases Sept. 15, 2015, and his second book, “Blind Thrust” on Oct. 6, 2015.”

About the Books

SlushPileThe Slush Pile Brigade

by Samuel Marquis
Publisher: Mount Sopris Publishing
Publication Date: September 15th 2015
Format: Paperback | 301 pages

A fast-paced modern thriller similar to tales from Daniel Silva and Douglas Preston, following unknown author Nick Lassiter and an eccentric
 group of friends as they confront the world’s bestselling author and his crooked literary agent who stole his book, “Blind Thrust.” After realizing his unpublished manuscript is suddenly a blockbuster movie and will soon be a bestselling novel, Nick knows exactly who to blame – Cameron Beckett, one of the world’s biggest brand name authors. When Nick and his cohorts travel to New York to confront the writer, his agent and giant publishing house, things get dangerous – and possibly deadly.

AND

BlindThrustBlind Thrust

by Samuel Marquis
Publisher: Mount Sopris Publishing
Publication Date: October 6th 2015
Format: Paperback | 307 pages

Earthquakes are plaguing the Front Range between Denver and Colorado Springs – land that has never known seismic activity. Joe Higheagle, a geologist, serves as project manager for the Fortune 100 green energy company Quantrill Ventures. He witnesses a pipeline rupture that could very well be the cause of the earthquakes devastating the area. Quantrill, the CEO, is Higheagle’s biggest client and the reason for his career success – but after discovering the real truth behind the company’s actions, the Native American scientist questions whether his loyalty is to his career or his land. More importantly, once he solves this terrible dilemma, can the earthquakes even be stopped and those responsible even be brought to justice, or has time run out?

About the Author

Samuel Marquis believes in the stories of Nick Lassiter and Joe Higheagle. Having worked with agents and publishers previously, he has made the choice to indie publish his novels. He lives in Colorado with his wife and three children and holds the position of Vice-President – Hydrogeology with a national environmental consulting firm. His second novel, “Blind Thrust,” the actual book stolen in “The Slush Pile Brigade,” is inspired by his work as a professional hydrogeologist.

Giveaway Information

Courtesy of the publicist, I can give away a copy of both books to one reader with a US mailing address. To enter, fill out the form below on or before midnight, Saturday, August 29th. For an extra entry, tweet or blog about the giveaway. The winner will be contacted by email and have 48 hours to respond.

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Source: Giveaway provided by JKS Communications.
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3 Comments

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  1. Suko / Aug 21 2015 10:34 am

    Leslie, thank you for this double giveaway! Enjoy your weekend.

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  2. Sheila (Book Journey) / Aug 21 2015 2:36 pm

    Looks like some good reads- I am soooo looking forward to book time. It has been a while.

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