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Sunday, December 18, 2016

Exciting times ahead . . .

cj Sez: The next few weeks of Lyrical Pens will be an exciting time for me. I’m thrilled to feature fellow authors from the upcoming MysteryThrillerWeek annual event scheduled to take place on Facebook in February.

Reminder to mark your calendars: During the week of February 12-22, 2017, about 200 authors from around the world who write in the mystery/thriller genre and every sub-genre, me included, will participate in blogs, readings, takeovers, and giveaways. Ten days to have fun connecting with some of your favorite authors and reaching out to read the work of new authors…like this one:

Say hello to Mystery Thriller Week author Armaan Dhillon 

Today, Lyrical Pens is featuring Armaan’s A Nazi War Criminal in India, a story filled with mystery and international intrigue

Armaan describes his story this way: “The book is about a Nazi war criminal, Alois Brunner, who was Adolf Eichmann’s henchman. How he fled from Syria and made his way to India. The main story starts in India.”

The Amazon blurb says:
 - Just after the end of World War II, Adolf Eichmann’s best man, Alois Brunner, fled to West
Germany, then Egypt and finally lived in Syria with the help of the government in return for the torture techniques the Nazis used during their Reich. 

But did he actually die there? Simon Wiesenthal claims that he died there when the civil war started but the location of his grave was unknown. There is no substantial proof for his death! And chances are that Simon Wiesenthal assumed his death due to the on-going Civil War even though they claim source who told them about his death was genuine. What if Alois Brunner never died and in-fact fled to India with the help of his contacts in the Syrian Government to avoid the Civil War since danger to his life increased.

Alois Brunner comes to India with a new identity and settles down in New Delhi in a locality where he meets a college student (Rohan) and befriends him. Does Rohan finds about his real identity? Rohan’s only trust is his best friend Dhruv! Or maybe one Indian Army officer comes into play to get Rohan out of trouble. What will happen in the end? Who ends up getting manipulated in the whole event?

Look for it on Amazon…it’s free right now on Kindle Unlimited. “Free” makes for a great gift for yourself and for several of your friends.    


Okay, you-all guys keep on keeping on, and I’ll try to do the same. And be sure to stop by on Wednesday to read about MTW author Khristina Atkinson's latest novel.

cj 
PS: I’m going to publish a quarterly newsletter with writerly tips, tidbits, and etc. Drop me a note at cjpetterson@gmail.com and I’ll put your name on the list…early subscribers will receive a gift so also include a home address.

AND another gift goodie: The More than Friends 6-book bundle of novels for
hours of R&R is available until Feb 2017 cover
cjpetterson@gmail.com
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