e-book Publisher Releases Detective Novel

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The usual menacing characters and unexpected plot twists found in detective novels meet their match against an unusual protagonist, in a new e-publication from DigitalPulp Publishing (http://www.dppstore.com).

DigitalPulp Publishing is pleased to announce that it will publish author A.J. Alise’s detective novel, “Crimson Ice” under the PulpBytes imprint on March 31, 2006. The scheduled date of release will be January 1, 2006 under the ISBN number 0-9763083-1-2, and will be available for purchase at http://www.dppstore.com.

“Crimson Ice,” is the story of Frankie Lupino, a single mother who suddenly finds herself juggling childcare and crime solving against the harsh winter background of the Pocono Mountains. When her sister disappears, Frankie embarks on a life changing adventure full of sinister characters, and surprising turns of events. In her search, she forges a professional and romantic bond with Sarvonsky, a cynical New York undercover cop turned detective.

“I’m a passionate reader of mysteries” says Ms. Alise. “While there are many women amateur detectives, we never see a young single mother, especially, one who must care for her own son, as well as her sister’s young children while solving the mystery of her disappearance. Frankie, a feisty redhead who has grown up in her glamorous sister’s shadow is sure to appeal to readers who love a non-traditional protagonist.”

“People who love mysteries, especially women, will enjoy this fast paced story of a young woman’s journey into a world of menacing characters and unexpected plot twists” says Genene Miller, CEO of DigitalPulp Publishing.

Alise grew up in rural Pennsylvania and although she now lives in Fort Lee, NJ, she still spends much of her time at her cabin in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, where the novel is set. She is a novelist, actor, teacher and playwright. Her plays have been produced in various New Jersey theaters. Alise’s other writing credits include the video productions: “World Hunger Project” and “Looking at Union, New Jersey”.

Established in 2004, DigitalPulp Publishing publishes and distributes literature and fiction for the digital age. Our e-books are readable on all popular digital devices: PDAs (Pocket PC/Palm), eBook readers, cell phones and computers. Our audio books (m-books) can be heard on any MP3 player.


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