Second Wind Publishing is celebrating the release of three new books with a print book giveaway and an ebook giveaway. To enter the contest, all you have to do is leave a comment at the Second Wind Blog (click here to leave a comment: Celebrating Three New Releases from Second Wind Publishing!. )
The three new releases are: Scorpion Bay by Michael Murphy, She Had to Know by Coco Ihle, and Dear Emily by Louise Thompson.
1. Scorpion Bay by Michael Murphy:
A high tech motorcycle, a black disguise, a crusading newscaster’s quest for justice.When a car bomb kills the prosecuting attorney and a key witness against a powerful bioengineering industrialist, the blast shatters the life of the attorney’s husband, popular Phoenix television investigative reporter, Parker Knight. After authorities hit a dead end, Parker risks his career and his life to seek his own revenge. Riding a high tech motorcycle and wearing a black disguise, the crusading newsman inadvertently becomes a media created superhero jeopardizing his quest for justice.
Click here to read the first chapter of: Scorpion Bay
2. She Had to Know by Coco Ihle:
After the deaths of her adopted parents, Arran discovers her long lost sister’s name and, despite a terrifying premonitory dream, embarks on a quest to find Sheena. After reuniting in Scotland, the sisters search for the reason their birth father and his housekeeper mysteriously died and why Sheena’s life is being threatened. Led to a cryptic rhyme rumored to map the way to an ancient hidden treasure buried deep in the bowels of Wraithmoor Castle, the sisters follow the clues. A murderer follows the sisters. Will the secret passages lead them to discovery and triumph, or death and eternal entombment?
Click here to read the first chapter of: She Had to Know
3. Dear Emily by Louise Thompson
How could a fine institution, born in Europe and perfected in America, disappear in little more than 100 years?
“Here is My Life in the Fine Stores. I hope it will bring fond memories to many and a glimpse of what it was like to have superb service. tasteful, well-made garments offered in stimulating surroundings. I doubt they will return.” –Louise Thompson
“What a fascinating account Louise Thomas gives us of the grand old days of the grand emporium! An easy, conversational style makes her memoir as much a pleasure to read as a letter from a good friend, yet it is an instructive lesson in American retailing history.” –Bryan Haislip, Former Editorial Page Editor of the Winston-Salem Journal
Click here to read the first chapter of: Dear Emily