Stuff to Die For by Don Bruns Awarded the Silver Falchion Award

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Oceanview Publishing is pleased to announce that Stuff to Die For by Don Bruns has been awarded the Silver Falchion Award at this year's Killer Nashville mystery conference. The first annual Silver Falchion Award was presented to mark the best achievement in publishing to a Killer Nashville attending author as voted on by his or her peers. Eighteen titles competed for this year's award.

Oceanview Publishing is pleased to announce that Stuff to Die For by Don Bruns has been awarded the Silver Falchion Award at this year's Killer Nashville mystery conference. The first annual Silver Falchion Award was presented to mark the best achievement in publishing to a Killer Nashville attending author as voted on by his or her peers. Eighteen titles competed for this year's award.

In Stuff to Die For (Oceanview Publishing, $24.95, 978-1-933515-10-6) Bruns, who brought us entertainment journalist Mick Sever, introduces the most hilarious duo in years - James Lessor and Skip Moore, lovable, bumbling, would-be entrepreneurs turned amateur sleuths.

Lessor and Moore, described by reviewers and readers alike as what the Hardy Boys would be as grownups are really more likely the hardly boys. James and Skip are hardly kids, hardly adults, hardly successful, but completely hilarious.

Oceanview Publishing will release book two in the Stuff series, Stuff Dreams Are Made Of, on September 1, 2008.

Stuff to Die For has been awarded the Gold Medal in the Mystery Category of the ForeWord Book of the Year Awards, and won top honors in the mystery/suspense category of the 2008 National Indie Excellence Awards. Stuff to Die For was also named an Award-Winning Finalist in the Fiction and Literature: Mystery and Suspense category of the National Best Books 2007 Awards and a finalist in the 2007 Lefty Awards.

Don Bruns is an award-winning novelist, songwriter, musician, and advertising executive. Bruns is also the author of Jamaica Blue, Barbados Heat, and South Beach Shakedown, and St. Barts Breakdown, a music murder mystery series featuring entertainment journalist Mick Sever. Don and his wife, Linda, divide their time between Ohio and South Florida

Oceanview Publishing (http://www.oceanviewpub.com) is an independent press headquartered in Massachusetts. For more information, please contact Maryglenn McCombs by phone - (615) 297-9875.

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