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Old 09-27-2011, 04:18 PM   #24
koland
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There is a great deal on the pre-order of The Columbus Trilogy: The Silver Bear, Columbus, and Dark Men, by Derek Haas for $2.99; priced individually, these are $6.30 to $9.99 (and Dark Men isn't even released - the hardcover is over $16 on pre-order). I already had The Silver Bear, so snapped this up to get the next two in the trilogy. I suspect this price is an error and could change at any time, although I found the same pre-order price at Barnes & Noble.

Book Description
An e-original omnibus of three suspense novels by the Barry Award-nominated novelist and co-screenwriter of Wanted, 3:10 to Yuma and The Double.

He calls himself Columbus. His real name never meant much to him anyway. He never knew his father, an earnest young congressman, a rising star in the Democratic Party named Abe Mann, or his mother, a prostite whose involvement with Mann would prove dangerous.

All Columbus cares about is his next target. A hit man whose quickly made a name for himself as one of the best despite his years, you can be sure he'll fulfill whatever contract's been given him. Even if those who put out the hit have other plans in mind.

In THE COLUMBUS TRILOGY, the first three novels by Barry Award-nominated author Derek Haas, Columbus squares off against the shadow of his father, Czech crime lords, drug dealers, a prostitution ring, and more, in three acclaimed suspense novels by rising master of the genre.

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