Author Steven Fritchie’s “The Corporate Whore of Babylon” to Grace this Year’s Prestigious California Library Association Book Exhibit

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He will bring his literary success to greater heights as he reaches out to a wider audience for his book of mind-blowing mysteries

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The Corporate Whore of Babylon by author Steven Fritchie is all set to join the 2013 California Library Association Book Exhibit in Long Beach, Calif., on November 3-5, 2013. This book tells a gripping story of mysterious murder. Readers will uncover how a murder investigation draws a detective into a web of mystery and occult group, and how his life depends on his will to stop the enemy. The big question is, “Will he survive?”

The Corporate Whore of Babylon follows Detective James Gladd as he responses to a call to investigate the mysterious death of tycoon William Babble. He does not realize how bizarre it will be. He is helped by an eccentric techno nerd and, through a related murder, a fellow officer. Gladd and the others travel to Idaho, the Georgia Guidestones and Malibu in order to find out what these all have to do with the dead tycoon and his sons. When Gladd discovers that Babble’s sons may be connected to the cult in Idaho, everything goes wrong when he is captured by the cult. Will he be able to stop the cult from fulfilling their plan, or will he be another victim?

In this deftly woven tale of intensifying suspense and mind-blowing mysteries, Fritchie stuns his readers at every turn and offers more surprises until the whole story unravels its blasting finish. The Corporate Whore of Babylon will surely leave them wanting for more.

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About the Author
Steven Fritchie was a military translator, a telemarketer, and a security guard. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

The Corporate Whore of Babylon * by Steven Fritchie
Publication Date: August 30, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 346 pages; 978-1-4771-5881-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 346 pages; 978-1-4771-5882-1
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-5883-8

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