“Silence of the Lambs meets The Bourne Identity” in The Shepherd, a novel by Ethan Cross

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The Shepherd Virtual Book Tour

Join Ethan Cross, author of the thriller/suspense novel, The Shepherd (The Fiction Studio), as he virtually tours the blogosphere in April and May 2011 on his first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book!

About Ethan Cross

When a fireman or a policeman would come visit his school, most of his classmates’ heads would swim with aspirations of growing up and catching bad guys or saving someone from a blazing inferno. When these moments came for Ethan Cross, however, his dreams weren’t to someday be a cop or put out fires; he just wanted to write about it.

And his dream of telling stories on a grand scale has come to fruition with the release of his new book, The Shepherd.

Ethan Cross is the pen name of a thriller author living and writing in Illinois with his wife, two daughters, and two Shih Tzus.

For more information about Ethan, you can visit her website at www.ethancross.com

Visit his tour page at Pump Up Your Book.

Purchase his book here at Amazon;

About The Shepherd

Marcus Williams and Francis Ackerman Jr. both have a talent for hurting people. Marcus, a former New York City homicide detective, uses his abilities to protect others, while Ackerman uses his gifts to inflict pain and suffering. When both men become unwilling pawns in a conspiracy that reaches to the highest levels of our government, Marcus finds himself in a deadly game of cat and mouse trapped between a twisted psychopath and a vigilante with seemingly unlimited resources. Aided by a rogue FBI agent and the vigilante’s beautiful daughter -a woman with whom he’s quickly falling in love- Marcus must expose the deadly political conspiracy and confront his past while hunting down one of the most cunning and ruthless killers in the world.

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