(PRWEB) July 10, 2002
FORT WORTH, TX (JUNE 22, 2002)ÂThe Lighthouse Press Inc., of Deerfield Beach, Florida announced that their recent title, The Gray Stopgap, is now a Âstaff recommendationÂ 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.
ÂItÂs a roller coaster of a read,Â said Lighthouse Publisher, Ron Richard, Âbut we didnÂt 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 monthÂs staff recommendation by the Barnes &
Noble store in Richardson, Texas, weÂre very pleased to see The Gray Stopgap is not only atypical, but also widely appealing.Â
The novel is the story of a government agent plagued by wartime memories and betrayal at the hands of his fiancÃ©e. The Gray Stopgap introduces the concept of Âbio-chemical synthetic intelligenceÂ 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 PublisherÂs website at http://www.LightHouseEditons.com and the authorÂs website at http://www.dltolleson.com for further information.
ISBN: 0-9711915-6-5 / $14.95