Some Hidden Thunder

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In the third book in the Civil War mystery series, US Grant travels to Cincinnati, where he thinks he sees a ghost during a political event. Unnerved by the experience, he wants to learn the source of this paranormal experience. Is someone trying to make him appear as if he'd been drinking or is a darker force at work? Grant goes to the poorest parts of Cincinnati to find the answers.
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Overview

In the third book in the Civil War mystery series, US Grant travels to Cincinnati, where he thinks he sees a ghost during a political event. Unnerved by the experience, he wants to learn the source of this paranormal experience. Is someone trying to make him appear as if he'd been drinking or is a darker force at work? Grant goes to the poorest parts of Cincinnati to find the answers.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781478330455
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/8/2012
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.42 (d)

Meet the Author

Jeffrey Marks is a long-time mystery fan and freelancer. After numerous mystery author profiles, he chose to chronicle the short but full life of mystery writer Craig Rice.

That biography (Who Was That Lady?) encouraged him to write mystery fiction. His works include Atomic Renaissance: Women Mystery Writers of the 1940s/1950s, and a biography of mystery author and critic Anthony Boucher entitled Anthony Boucher. It has been nominated for an Agatha and fittingly, won an Anthony. He is currently completing a biography of Erle Stanley Gardner.

He is the long-time moderator of MurderMustAdvertise, an on-line discussion group dedicated to book marketing and public relations. He is the author of Intent to Sell: Marketing the Genre Novel, the only how-to book for promoting genre fiction.

His work has won a number of awards including the Barnes and Noble Prize and he was nominated for a Maxwell award (DWAA), an Edgar (MWA), three Agathas (Malice Domestic), two Macavity awards, and three Anthony awards (Bouchercon).

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