Barnes & Noble Third Recommendation for DL Tolleson's The Gray Stopgap

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DL Tolleson's The Gray Stopgap, has garnered yet a third "Staff Recommendation" from a Barnes & Noble bookstore.

The Lighthouse Press Inc., of Lighthouse Point Florida announces that their first techno-thriller title, DL Tolleson's The Gray Stopgap, has garnered yet a third "Staff Recommendation" from a Barnes & Noble bookstore, this one on University Drive in the TCU area near downtown Fort Worth, Texas.

"The Gray Stopgap is one heck of a rollercoaster ride and every review juxtaposes this with its profound emotional depth," said Lighthouse Publisher, Ron Richard. "We published this novel while reluctantly honoring the author's desire to forgo the usual marketing hype. And indeed, the novel has slowly gained a fervent readership. This third Barnes & Noble Staff Recommendation reinforces our belief in this novel’s future success."

The Publisher adds that while DL Tolleson is working on an even more ambitious sequel, the next stop for this unconventional techno-thriller may very well be the big screen.

About the novel: The Gray Stopgap is a subtle orchestration of flashbacks and reality that probes emotional depths not typical of "techno-thrillers." Unlocking the secret of immortality, an experiment in bio-chemical synthetic intelligence goes terribly wrong and one man must destroy a mortal enemy who will stop at nothing to unleash what should have never been created. A cautionary tale of incremental excess The Gray Stopgap traverses numerous fiction genres in a literary sleight-of-hand where the apparent forefront events of international intrigue are actually mere shadows of the issues and relationships driving the plot.

The Fort Worth Barnes & Noble Staff Recommendation is expected to run through February 2004. For more information, readers and booksellers are invited to visit the Publisher’s website at and the author's website at

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


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