Kevin Egan of White Plains, N.Y., wrote Midnight. The mystery thriller tells the story of two court employees who conspire to hide the death of a judge on New Year’s Eve in hopes of holding onto their jobs for another year. The book is available at Barnes & Noble, Walmart, and Amazon.com.
Marsha Lyons, a former Miami federal prosecutor, co-wrote Murder: Take Three with former television comedy writer April Kelly. The book is the third in a series of mysteries set against the backdrop of the entertainment industry. It follows Murder in One Take and Murder: Take Two. The book is available at Amazon.com and books.google.com.
Paul Lipton of Niwot, Colorado, wrote Hour of the Wolf/An Experiment in Ageless Living, the journey of one person in his search for the meaning of a single day. What has value? What is your purpose? What has worth? What five decisions will you make that will lead you on the path to personal fulfillment? From shaman retreats to a monastery in the Himalayas to the ice fields of Mont Blanc to a health crisis to last conversations with friends who died too soon. The book may be purchased on Amazon.