Ipswich, Mass. (PRWEB) September 25, 2008
Oceanview Publishing is pleased to announce six forthcoming hardcovers for Spring 2009 release:
Fatal February - February 1, 2009: Written by longtime Miami resident Barbara Levenson, who currently serves as a senior judge in the circuit court of Miami-Dade county, Fatal February introduces Mary Magruder Katz. For Mary, a half Jewish, half Southern Baptist criminal defense attorney, life gets completely complicated when she breaks off her engagement, gets fired from her former fiancé's law firm, starts her own practice, and lands her first client, Lillian Yarmouth, the prime suspect in what's become the Miami society murder of the year. Readers who like Janet Evanovich will love Barbara Levenson.
Rupture - February 1, 2009: Written by Nashville resident and surgeon A. Scott Pearson, Rupture is an incredibly suspenseful, fast-moving tale featuring protagonist Dr. Eli Branch. Set in Memphis, Rupture unfolds at breakneck speed as Eli plunges headfirst into the world of deadly medicine. Michael Palmer, New York Times best-selling author of The First Patient calls Rupture "top notch medical suspense that will have you turning pages deep into the night. Rupture is the best medical thriller I've read in a long time."
Bahama Burnout - March 1, 2009: Written by award-winning novelist Don Bruns, Bahama Burnout is the fifth release featuring rock and roll reporter Mick Sever. This time, Mick heads to sunny Nassau, Bahamas, where he's sent to get the inside story on Nassau's Highland Studio. Highland Studio was known for pumping out hits that burned up the charts, till a devastating fire destroyed the studio. How the fire started--or whose body was found in the ashes--is a mystery. Rock and roll writer Mick Sever will find big trouble in this island paradise.
Spirit Horses - April 1, 2009: Written by horse trainer Alan Evans, a dynamic new voice in the world of fiction, Spirit Horses is the story of Shane Carson, a gifted, nationally-recognized horseman. When a mysterious mustang shows up on his Tennessee farm, Shane learns that what we least expect sometimes leads to what we need most. How--and why --would one of the Spirit Horses, a rare, wild herd from the Shoshone reservation in Wyoming, find its way to Shane? According to Shelley Fraser Mickle, NPR commentator and author of Barbaro: America's Horse, "Alan Evans throws us in with horse whisperers, an ancient horse legend, and a mare with a secret destiny. Evans is an artful new storyteller, taking his readers on a spirited ride to a satisfying end."
Purple Culture - May 1, 2009: Written by Stephen L. Boehrer, a Wisconsin native who was ordained as a priest in Rome, Purple Culture explores a tough, but all-too-real question: What happens when those we trust most commit the most egregious acts of betrayal? An intelligent, provocative story about power and human nature, The Purple Culture is a true page-turner. Part legal thriller, part psychological drama, The Purple Culture demystifies the majestic and intriguing traditions of the Roman Catholic faith.
Little Lamb Lost - June 1, 2009: Written by lifelong mystery fan and Birmingham, Alabama, resident Margaret Fenton, Little Lamb Lost introduces social worker Claire Conover. Claire honestly believed she could make a difference in the world until she gets the phone call she's dreaded her entire career. Now living in her worst nightmare, Clare is about to uncover secrets that could ruin lives - or end her own. A gripping tale about lies, deception, and greed, Little Lamb Lost is filled with plot twists and unexpected turns. Little Lamb Lost is an outstanding read.
Oceanview Publishing (http://www.oceanviewpub.com) is an independent book publisher based in Ipswich, Massachusetts.