Author Lance Charnes is pleased to announce the release of his new international thriller, Doha 12.
Jake Eldar’s and Miriam Schaffer’s names may kill them. Jake and Miriam grew up in Israel and emigrated to build new lives in America. Neither knows the other exists…until the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad uses their identities in an operation to assassinate a high-ranking Hezbollah commander in Doha, Qatar.
Now Hezbollah plans to kill them both.
When his wife is murdered in a botched hit meant for him, Jake and Miriam try desperately to outrun and outfight their pursuers while shielding Jake’s young daughter from the killers on their trail. Hezbollah, however, has a fallback plan: hundreds of people will die if Jake and Miriam survive.
Doha 12 was released on December 15, 2012 and is currently available from Amazon.com (purchase and Kindle Owner’s Lending Library) and Amazon UK. Trade paperback and ePub formats are coming soon.
Today we have a sneak peek from author Marsha A. Moore’s new fantasy romance novel, Lost Volumes.
When Lyra McCauley learns residents of Dragonspeir’s Alliance are suffering with a deadly plague caused by the Black Dragon, she doesn’t heed warnings of her fiancé, wizard Cullen Drake, to remain in her human world. After all, she’s the present Scribe—one of five strong women in her ancestry who possessed unique magic.
Lyra must secure the three lost volumes of the Book of Dragonspeir. written by the earliest Scribes. Possession of the set will enable overthrow of the Black Dragon. Traveling into dangerous lands, Lyra and Cullen seek those volumes. Only if they succeed, will the Alliance be safe and Lyra gain the immortality she needs to marry Cullen.
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Hera, Queen of Gods by T.D. Thomas
Genre: contemporary fantasy
Word count: 115, 091
The Fates are missing.
Hera has no choice but to lead a handful of gods to the human world to search for the missing goddesses, even though it means giving up her powers and temporarily becoming mortal.
But mortality begins to change Hera in unexpected ways, and it gets much worse after she meets Justin, a boy who defies every prejudice she once had about mortals. Torn between who she’s becoming and who she needs to be in order to fulfill her duty, Hera must survive a horde of murderous creatures sent to exploit her new weakness.
In the end, only she can stop a traitorous plot conceived by a secret alliance of ancient and new enemies, a plot that threatens to destroy not only the order Hera is sworn to protect, but all of existence itself.