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Limited time promotion: $0.99 — Sometimes the worst storms aren’t from Mother Nature, and sometimes the worst nightmares aren’t the ones in our heads. Mike Mitchell, an average New Yorker already struggling to keep his family together, suddenly finds himself fighting just to keep them alive when an increasingly bizarre string of disasters start appearing on the world’s news networks. As the world and cyberworld come crashing down, bending perception and reality, a monster snowstorm cuts New York off from the world, turning it into a wintry tomb where nothing is what it seems–and no one can be trusted…
“A chilling prophecy…well written, a must read for any fan of good fiction.” – Ian Peterson, book reviewer for Sci-Fi Readers
“As a member of the Military that does ‘cyber’ for his job, it’s refreshing to finally see a novel that shows how dangerous our transition to an interconnected infrastructure will become without proper safeguards…I couldn’t put down!” – Karic Allegra, Joint Interoperability Command, US NAVY
“CyberStorm is such a page turner. I couldn’t wait to see what happened next!” – Adria Fraser, book reviewer for Amazing Stories
From the Author
I’d like to thank my editor, Gabe Robinson (previously at Harper Collins in NYC but now freelancing) for his incredible help in getting CyberStorm assembled and edited. I’d also like to thank my small army of dozens of beta readers who combed through the early manuscripts–this is as much my novel as all of theirs, and a testament to the power of the internet in shaping new media. I have a full list of everyone who helped me contained in the novel itself.
More About the Author
And here, in the comfort of your own browser, is your free sample of the CYBERSTORM by Matthew Mather:
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From the Author
As a child I never questioned why it was that I was born in Hong Kong and why my family lived in exotic places like India, Libya and Iran. It was just how it was and I loved the excitement of traveling to far away places, hearing different languages, eating local foods and exploring each new place we lived. Only later did I realize that I was actually the son of a British MI6 operative – a low level intelligence gatherer – and only then did many aspects and events of our life become clear to me.
About the Author
Writing mainly fiction these days, he favors politically charged thrillers, suspense and intrigue, humorous satire and books about the challenges of human relationships, all of which reveal his curiosity about the world and his strong belief in the overwhelming power of love, laughter and of the human spirit.
Books include: Contact, Dry Tortugas, An Unquiet American, The Book of Baker Series (Dreams from the Death Age; Armageddon; Genesis Revisited), Collisions and The Orange Moon Affair, the first of the Thomas Gunn thriller series. Author website: afnclarke.com.
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“Face Down In The Park cost me money. I got so engrossed that I couldn’t finish my own work. It’s the kind of thriller that keeps you in your chair and lets your phone go on ringing unanswered.” – Neil Simon
Broadway director Leonard Foglia and former New York Times and Washington Post cultural correspondent David Richards are true show business insiders. Now their partnership takes a daring twist on a roller-coaster thriller that strips away Hollywood’s glitter and hype – and spills celebrity secrets so close to real life, they just might be true.
Brent Stevens wasn’t doing what most visitors come to do in Central Park – no horse-drawn carriage rides or strolls through Strawberry Fields. He was lying face down trying to figure out the basics: who he was, where he was, and who had tried to kill him. He wasn’t coming up with any answers, either – until Tina Ruffo, a tender-hearted aerobics instructor from Queens, lent a helping hand.
Tina was an exception in New York, someone willing to get involved with a stranger. But well dressed, good-looking Brent Stevens was extraordinary too, and so was his plight. After a blow to the back of the head, he can’t recall his attacker. He has no idea what the key in his pocket actually unlocks. And he can’t imagine the traps he’s about to step into.
Now, as his memories come flooding back, Brent searches for the link between him and a mysterious figure living in New York’s exclusive Dakota apartments, a female TV interviewer known for getting public figures to tell all on camera, and a glamorous husband and wife who are Hollywood’s biggest box-office draws. With Tina at his side, Brent stumbles upon some dangerous secrets and finds dark and deadly truths that connect them all.
With breakneck pace – and sharply witty renderings of celebs who seem all too familiar – FACE DOWN IN THE PARK is super entertainment from two of today’s most imaginative authors of first-rate suspense.
From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
More About the Author
LEONARD FOGLIA is a theater and opera director as well as librettist. His work has been seen on Broadway, across the country, as well as internationally.
He directed the original Broadway productions of MASTER CLASS, THURGOOD and THE PEOPLE IN THE PICTURE as well as the revivals of WAIT UNTIL DARK and ON GOLDEN POND.
Off Broadway he directed Anna Deavere Smith’s LET ME DOWN EASY as well as the national tour and ONE TOUCH OF VENUS at Encores!
His opera credits include the premiers of three operas by Jake Heggie – MOBY DICK (Dallas Opera), THREE DECEMBERS and THE END OF THE AFFAIR (both Houston grand Opera). His production of Heggie’s DEAD MAN WALKING has been seen across the country.
As a librettist his opera CRUZAR LA CARA DE LA LUNA (To Cross the Face of the Moon) with music by Pepe Martinez had it’s premier at Houston Grand Opera in 2010 and was performed at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris in the fall of 2011.
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