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Free (Kindle) by William Brown [Suspense/Thriller]

--http://www.amazon.com/The-Undertaker-ebook/dp/B004NIFSVG

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Pete Talbott is a California native and harried Boston computer wonk still grieving over the death of his wife Terri, when he found himself at the wrong end of Gino Parini's .45 reading his own obituary torn from that morning's newspaper. Talbott figured it was all a big mistake
until Parini showed him his wife's obituary too, and this was a mystery Talbott couldn't leave alone. From a funeral home in Indiana, to car chases on the Dan Ryan, a bloody Back Bay townhouse, snipers in New York City's Washington Square, sleazy lawyers, corrupt County sheriffs, mafia hit men, the FBI, an army of Chicago cops, and that unforgettable scene in the upper berth of an Amtrak Train, The Undertaker is a thrill ride with a touch of humor and romance. Someone with a penchant for sharp scalpels and embalming tables is planting bodies under other people's names; and if Talbott doesn't stop them, he and his quirky new
girlfriend, Sandy Kasmarek, will be next on the Undertaker's list.

If you enjoyed The Undertaker, take a look at the author's new suspense novel, Amongst My Enemies. An old German U-Boat lies rusting on the bottom of the Baltic. Inside are millions in gold, stolen art and jewels, and a secret that could tear NATO apart.

The Undertaker now has 16 Five-Star and 15 Four-Star Reviews from independent reviewers and bloggers, and only one grump who didn't like it.

What Book is That: said "This story was delicious! Snarky and wired, cynical and funny, it was everything a good mob thriller should be and more."

Passion Reads: "An awesome must read! This one had me jumping in, head-first. From the beginning to the end, I was kidnapped and taken for an exciting and thrilling ride. And to top it all off, it was hilarious."

Book Pleasures "Great fun! It is a thriller with enough action, intrigue, humor and romance to please the most jaded reader. My recommendation? Buy this book and have some quality entertainment time. You won't regret it."

Crystal Book Reviews "Be assured the nerve-wracking tension of this espionage novel is full of surprises, attacks, revelations, and a feisty, feminine gal unafraid to not only discover the truth but seek justice, no matter what the cost.

Editorial Reviews:

5-Star. The story line was the first thing to grab me... William Brown did an excellent job of pulling me in and keeping my attention... There wasn't a rest ... no down time. It was constant action and suspense --Melissa, The Sunday Book Review

5-Star. The Undertaker has it all: suspense, mystery, action, intrigue, politicians, conspiracy, thrills, and romance... Once I started, I couldn't stop...This is not a book I want to read alone late at night. --Anne Boling for Reader's Favorites

About the Author:

I'm the author of 6 mystery and suspense novels, and 4 award-winning screenplays. Amongst My Enemies is my second e-book. It is a fast-paced Cold War adventure filled with international intrigue, espionage, revenge, and an old German U-boat filled with a fortune in gold bars, treasure, and a secret that will tear NATO apart.

The Undertaker, my first e-book, is a snarky, fun, fast-paced domestic thriller with a slug of humor, romance, and stark terror! Someone with a sharp scalpel and an embalming table is planting bodies und other people's names. If Pete Talbott doesn't stop them, he'll be next on the list. Published in February 2011, it has already garnered 16 Five-Star and 13 Four-Star book reviews.

Thursday at Noon is a Joan Kahn Book published by St. Martin's Press in hardback, in paperback by Harlequin's Gold Eagle, and in various foreign editions. It is set in Egypt in 1962 and deals with murder, espionage, an Army coup, and new rockets aimed at the heart of Israel. Reviewed favorably in the "New Yorker" and other major publications, it will be released as an e-book in early 2012. Beaufort Books published my first novel, The Allah Conspiracy in hardback. It deals with international terrorism and an attempt to kill the President, and will also be released as an e-book in 201, as will Winner Lose All, a new international suspense novel set in the closing months of WWII, as one war winds down and all eyes are on the next one. As alliances begin to shift, old enemies become tomorrow's friends, and everyone wants their piece of the revolutionary new German weapons technologies.

In addition to the novels, I've written four award-winning screenplays. Preview Chapters from all six suspense novels, plus updates on my writing can be found on my web site billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com as well as my Face Book Author's page facebook.com/pages/William-F-Brown/154677787936071
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