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LOVE BEGINS IN WINTER by Simon Van Booy
A newest addition to the great titles we represent is a vibrant new collection of stories, LOVE BEGINS IN WINTER, by emerging author Simon Van Booy. HarperCollins is very, very excited about Love Begins in Winter, as it is the follow up to Simon Van Booy’s highly praised first collection of short stories The Secret Lives of People in Love. There are already a lot of interest in this beautiful new book, especially the titlestory, which is being considered as a novella in France and the basis for a film script in LA. I hope that you enjoy this amazing work!
IN NIXON’S WEB: A Year in the Crosshairs of Watergate (Times Books, March 2008) by L. Patrick Gray III and Ed Gray was praised by The Valley News: “A compelling story that offer’s Gray’s insight into the wormy and seamy side of Washington politics and the slimy and delusional workings of the Nixon White House…Anyone with an interest in history and in the Nixon era should read ‘In Nixon’s Web.’ It’s a fascinating story, and you can make up your own mind about Deep Throat.” Popular blogger Emptywheel mentioned he has been engrossed listening to the audio edition of the book.
See more at the book’s official website, http://innixonsweb.com
A RATHER CURIOUS ENGAGEMENT (NAL, July 2008) by C.A. Belmond received the highest rating of five roses from A Romance Review: “C.A. Belmond delighted fans with her debut novel, ‘A Rather Lovely Inheritance.’ She will delight them even more with this sequel. The book starts out where the first one stopped. Readers will be reunited with familiar characters and are introduced to some new memorable people. There are mysteries, family legends and secrets and a love story all in book. Don’t miss the enchanting sequel by a gifted author.”
Ramblings on Romance said, “This is one delicious book about an American television freelancer researcher named Penny Nichols who came into a great deal of money from her great aunt in
Romance Reviews Today said, “Penny is lively and friendly; Jeremy, a product of upper class British family and schools, is more reserved. They complement each other exceedingly well and make a delightful couple. ‘A Rather Curious Engagement’ is as well crafted as its predecessor. I highly recommend them both and look forward to any sequels to come starring this likable couple.”
Night Owl Romance.com said, “I loved the way this book was written. The writing style was easy to read and just flowed. Each part of the book connected to the next in such a way that it was seamless.”