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Paperback Writer Presents the Lion’s Head Deception Blog Tour – Chapter One Reveal

[caption id="attachment_2505" align="alignright" width="208"] Lions Head Deception Book Tour[/caption] Join us today as Chuck Waldron author of the action thriller Lion’s Head Deception Novel shares Chapter One of his novel.   Lion’s Head Deception Prologue   In the prologue, the backdrop for Lion’s Head Deception is set, amongst rioting and unrest in a destabilized city. Matt Tremain is a shy, private person who discovers a passion for writing blogs—a mission that propels him into investigative reporting. A tipster warns him of a diabolical scheme Matt simply can’t ignore. After the tipster is killed, Matt honors his memory by going forward to investigate the truth behind the conspiracy. He meets a television reporter and a cameraman also investigating the intrigue. Are they potential partners or rivals? A detective offers his assistance, but Matt is unsure of his true motivation. He is equally unsure of the allegiance of those in the top

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Short Circus – Book Excerpt – author interview – Stephen Masse

[caption id="attachment_1068" align="alignleft" width="415" caption="click on the banner to purchase the book"][/caption] About the Book: Twelve-year-old Jem Lockwood has been fatherless for four years and finally gets a Big Brother, but just as the best summer of his life is about to begin, he discovers that Jesse Standish’s rented house is about to be sold. Jem does all in his daring imagination to make Jesse’s house unmarketable, and the neighborhood unfit for prospective buyers. This three-ring circus romps with with Jem’s boyhood friends and older brother Chris, all recognizable kids who share in the rough-and-tumble delight of living in a northern Massachusetts city whose newspaper is delivered by kids on bikes, where kids play in the streets, and the local convenience store is owned by the family of Jesse’s girlfriend, Andrea. Sadly the city’s swimming pond has been sabotaged, and the city has to close it to all recreation after

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