Cover Story (Part 2)

Just a rumor, but it’s worth a shot…

Word on the street is…when my book, SHOOT TO THRILL, goes into a second printing it’ll really be rare. Scratch that, what I meant to say is the cover of the First Edition will become very valuable. Rumor has it that the second printing will have a blank white cover,  like a certain Beatles album. There’s also talk of it being bound in a straightjacket. Either way, the “controversial” original cover will vanish from the shelves a collector’s item—without your knowing it. Wouldn’t that be a shame? Especially with the economy in the toilet, and opportunities to cash in on a good investment so rare.

That being the case, I suggest you click here. See the previous post for more details.

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