Second Barnes & Noble Recommendation For Local Author

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The Lighthouse Press Inc., of Deerfield Beach, Florida announced that their recent title, The Gray Stopgap, is now a Â?staff recommendationÂ? at the Barnes & Noble bookstore located at Third and Commerce in downtown Fort Worth, Texas.

FORT WORTH, TX (JUNE 22, 2002)—The Lighthouse Press Inc., of Deerfield Beach, Florida announced that their recent title, The Gray Stopgap, is now a “staff recommendation” at the Barnes & Noble bookstore located at Third and Commerce in downtown Fort Worth, Texas.

The Lighthouse Press reports that this is the second Barnes & Noble staff recommendation for this debut novel by Texas author, DL Tolleson.

“It’s a roller coaster of a read,” said Lighthouse Publisher, Ron Richard, “but we didn’t know if the market would react favorably to a techno-thriller that functions on such deeply-rooted psychological and emotional levels. Following on the heels of last month’s staff recommendation by the Barnes &

Noble store in Richardson, Texas, we’re very pleased to see The Gray Stopgap is not only atypical, but also widely appealing.”

The novel is the story of a government agent plagued by wartime memories and betrayal at the hands of his fiancée. The Gray Stopgap introduces the concept of “bio-chemical synthetic intelligence” and an experiment that turns upon the experimenters. Spanning over 20 years, it is a psychological and emotional tapestry seamlessly woven between flashbacks and reality. Double agents, assassins, underwater adventure and sub-orbital dogfights are but a few facets of this adrenaline-driven pell-mell rush. Uncharacteristic for a techno-thriller, The Gray Stopgap delves into a tragic love story that serves as the very canvas upon which DL Tolleson paints a grandiose adventure that nearly turns its own pages.

The Fort Worth Barnes & Noble staff recommendation is expected to run through July. Readers and booksellers are also invited to visit the Publisher’s website at http://www.LightHouseEditons.com and the author’s website at http://www.dltolleson.com for further information.

ISBN: 0-9711915-6-5 / $14.95

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