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Dear Reader,

See what this week’s authors have to say! In each AuthorBuzz note you’ll receive invitations to join contests, get free books, bookplates or bookmarks, read personal stories, and more.
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InheritanceThere’s something intriguing about my home, the beautiful country of Scotland. It’s also the setting of my new trilogy, The Secret of the Shetlands. In it, past and present collide in the tale of a contested inheritance. For a chance to win one of five copies, email my publicist at with the subject line: “AuthorBuzz Contest.”

Michael Phillips

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CallercoverOne snowy New England night, a young woman volunteering at a 1-800 helpline receives a panicked call from a boy who claims his house has been broken into. A life-or-death cat and DanKrzyzkowskimouse game explodes across the page in this heart-pounding thriller. Discover why book club members can’t stop turning the pages.

Write to me at to win one of five free copies.

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letourfinaleThis second book in the John Rexford Thriller series finds John in Paris, a hunted man who must escape a country under military lockdown, but first rescue his team from the notorious high security prison of La Santé. The future of the European Union and NATO hang in the balance as he weaves his way Kevin_Hurley_6in_300dpi-1through prisons, French police, and an underground French Resistance that is not what they seem.

I’m giving away five books.  Email me at


Dear Reader,

Zen_PHANTOM_OMNIBUS_EbookEditionThe Phantom of the Earth series is a subterranean post-apocalyptic that readers of hard science fiction will enjoy.

At its heart, this is a story about two families, the Selendias and the Barão-Rheas, who share a common goal of reclaiming the Earth’s surface for humanity. But they come from factions with very different ideas about how much personal liberty the citizens of Beimeni should sacrifice to achieve this aim.

All citizens of Beimeni, Earth’s last commonwealth, can live forever in this trans-human world – but have they given up too much for immortality?

Please email me at to find out more.

Best wishes,

Raeden Zen