New Book by George Duncan

Murder. A shocking secret. A lurking evil. An edge-of-your-seat suspense thriller with a sci-fi twist by two veteran journalists. Special Feature: Choose your own ending to the story.

Harrison Danforth is just settling into his new job as the executive editor of The Dolphin Breeze in the coastal Florida town of Dolphin Beach, when a young pastor is murdered in his own church. Danforth doesn't trust the corrupt Seagrove County sheriff to handle traffic tickets, much less a murder. So Danforth, his psychologist girlfriend, Jill Hedley, and ace investigator Sam Waters set out to uncover the truth.

Their investigation will lead to a corrupt powerbroker, a minister who may have fallen in love with the world instead of his calling, and a sinister figure with ties to the occult. As the mystery deepens, Danforth and his friends must move quickly, because an evil lurks in the shadows...and is almost ready to strike.

George L. Duncan, a former reporter and now an editorial writer, is the acclaimed author of A Cold and Distant Memory, A Wine Red Silence, A Dark Orange Farewell, and Galaxy Gems. Bruce D. Henderson has been a newspaper journalist for more than 35 years, working as reporter, photographer, columnist, city editor, and, for almost 20 years, as a copyeditor in Daytona Beach, Florida.


Well, you just read the official blurb and doesn't the book sound exciting? Hoofbeats of the Devil is on my TBR list for sure. But I am a little biased, I know George from online having published a few of his "Spacehawk Adventures" at ResAliens.com as well as a humorous time-travel baseball tale titled, "Wait Until Last Year." You can read them yourself right here. You can also catch his "random (golf) shots about life, space, faith, politics, science fiction and, of course, golf" at his blog, End Times Tavern. In fact, I'll see you there shortly and maybe have an ale with you.

1 comment:

Angie said...

Sounds very cool. I like his spacehawks stories too.

P.S. I left you an award on my blog yesterday. A sci-fi award!