New Novel Presents a Tale of Mystery, Paranoia, Infidelity and Action

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Arthur Day announces publication of ‘Death at Dawn’

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Pamela is murdered, and her ex-husband MJ goes searching for the killer only to realize he might be the next target and must become bait to close the case in Arthur Day’s new detective novel, “Death at Dawn: LGBTQ Meets Main Street” (published by Archway Publishing).

While authorities hunt for her killer, so, too, does her ex, Michael McCaal, and a friend, Dianne Vargas. But, their investigation falls flat without additional resources or clues. In the process, MJ falls in love with Dianne and then discovers that she is a non-operative, trans female. To get help, they agree to work with the sheriff of Rockmarsh County, John Buckmaster, and come to a horrible realization. Pamela’s murderer is now hunting MJ. To draw the killer out, Dianne and MJ must act as bait.

“The country is currently divided into artificial politically correct segments but we all bleed red when cut. What would be the result of a person from one segment meeting and falling in love with a person from a different segment?” Day asks, reminding readers that “We are one. We are strong. We are all Americans. We all start out with a blank slate and each of us writes on it differently.”

The book is available for purchase at: https://www.amazon.com/Death-Dawn-Lgbtq-Meets-Street/dp/1480866547.

“Death at Dawn”
By Arthur Day
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 318 pages | ISBN 9781480866522
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 318 pages | ISBN 9781480866546
E-Book | 318 pages | ISBN 9781480866539
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Arthur Day was born in Baltimore but raised in Connecticut. He currently splits his time between homes in Simsbury, Connecticut, and Greensboro, Vermont, with his wife and an old English bulldog named Rocco. Day has also published “Samson and Deliliah” and “When Fear Knocks.”

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