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Old 03-08-2010, 02:17 PM   #1
DebbiM
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A Short, Fast-Paced Thriller!

I recently finished an awesome thriller called COBBLESTONES. In this story, modern day Martha's Vineyard comes off looking more like colonial Salem, when a couple is accused of murder in connection with witchcraft. The story revolves around a hapless deputy district attorney, tasked with prosecuting a case that's light on evidence, but heavily weighed with island politics and prejudice. With lean writing and cinematic style, JT Cummins has created a fast-moving, suspenseful story that makes compulsive reading, right up to its climactic finish.

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I highly recommend this story, if you're looking for a fast-paced, exciting thriller. You might want to pick it up on Smashwords where they're running promotions during Read an E-Book Week from March 7-13, 2010.

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