Readers will identify with these characters, get behind them, and pull for them to succeed however unlikely the situation.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Felsen Press announces the release of a thrilling new novel High & Dry by author Tom Bishop ($19.95 Paperback 978-1-936085-69-9; $9.95 eBook 978-1-936085-70-5). High & Dry is a fast paced novel that never slows down. It is a harrowing tale about organized crime in New England that grips the reader from the first chapter to the very last. Every scene builds in momentum to the next with unrelenting, non-stop action. This is an original piece of work, with humorous situations and unforgettable circumstances built into every scene.
Jack MacArthur has been laid off from his second job in three months, is behind on his rent, lacking any job perspectives, and is flat broke. Jack's life only gets worse after he has a run in with local Boston mobsters. To get him out of his predicament, Jack’s three best friends join him on a reluctant mission to transport an illegal shipment for the mobsters from Gloucester to Nantucket Island for a hefty reward that will hopefully save Jack from his financial woes. The stakes are high, the potential rewards are plenty, the adventures are entertaining, and their chances of success rest only on the strength of their friendship.
“This novel is a fun read and an enlightening experience, with everyday characters being put into extraordinary situations,” explains author Bishop in a recent interview with Decent Hill. “Readers will identify with these characters, get behind them, and pull for them to succeed however unlikely the situation.”
Boston, MA resident Tom Bishop is set to embark on a series of book signing events and media interviews across New England and around the country.
Felsen Press, an imprint of Decent Hill, is a leading publisher of critically acclaimed fiction and non-fiction titles. Retailers can order copies of High & Dry through Ingram and other book distributors. This title is also available on reputable retailer websites like Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Diesel eBooks, etc. and at the publisher’s website: DecentHill.com.
Book reviewers, TV and radio show hosts, reporters, and bloggers can instantly download a review copy of this title here. Please send notices of posted reviews or interview requests to the contact info listed at the top of this release or by calling (866) 688-5325.