Build.Buzz.Launch. Media and Publishing Releases 'The Women Who Loved John Benson', a Sophisticated Romance Novel by Dallas Author William Flagg Magee

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From the author who brought us 'The Elephant Hunter' comes a passionate, sophisticated love story that explores love, death, romance and spirituality in a compelling, beautifully written novel, 'The Women Who Loved John Benson'. At his most vulnerable time after the sudden death of his wife, John Benson is swept away by lust and desire while searching for a new beginning.

At his most vulnerable time, he was swept away by lust and desire. -- The Women Who Loved John Benson

Build.Buzz.Launch. Media and Publishing ( has released a new romance novel by Dallas author, William Flagg Magee, who previously brought us "The Elephant Hunter" and "Finding the Illusion" (pseudonym Simeon Hoe).

In Magee’s beautifully written, poetic prose, John Benson loses his wife to a tragic accident after which he goes through a period of mourning and spiritual self-reflection. Now a successful photojournalist and wealthy widower, John is bombarded by women eager to fill the void in his life. But he can't quite let go of his wife's ghost. During his healing journey, three unique women show up at different stages and teach John how to love again.

"This recent work by Bill Magee, whose writing style was influenced by writers like Honore' de Balzac and Wilbur Smith, expertly delves into the emotions and psyche of its main character as he struggles to fill the void in his life," said Leann Garms, of Build.Buzz.Launch. Media and Publishing, who brought the book to market. "The author’s own introspection and passion for life, love and spirituality is reflected on each page."

After a successful career in financial services, Magee, who lives and writes in Dallas, TX, began his career as an author in earnest. "Finding the Illusion" was Magee's first published novel, released in 2008 under the psuedonym Simeon Hoe, followed by his second novel, 'The Elephant Hunter', which explores relationships, forgiveness and surrender.

His latest work, "The Women Who Loved John Benson" is currently available in paperback and digital form. To claim your copy and learn more about the author go to, on Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

For a limited time, beginning October 21, visitors to the website can sign up to receive a free copy of the digital version (pdf) of the new book.

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