Tuesday, June 14, 2011

A secret society. A fanatical cult. A telepathic girl. Read A Free Sample Of Our eBook Of The Day, The Granite Key, Without Leaving Your Browser!

Here's the set-up for N.S. Wikarski's The Granite Key, just $2.99 on Kindle:

College student Cassie Forsyth awakens in the middle of the night, shocked by a nightmare in which she sees her sister being murdered. 

The attacker is a man in a cowboy hat who demands something called “the key.”

The girl’s nightmare becomes real as she is drawn into an underground organization bent on recovering an ancient artifact that has the power to save the world or end it altogether. 

A secret society
A fanatical cult
A telepathic girl

All vie to unlock the mysteries of the granite key. The quest leads halfway around the globe to the ruins of a forgotten civilization and a secret it has guarded for millennia. The fate of the world depends on who can get there first.

Forget everything you thought you knew about ancient history. The real facts have been buried. Until now. 

From the reviewer:
This is a fantastic book that captured my attention from the first page. Secret societies, murder, history, religious zealots, hidden artifacts and mysterious codes all come together to create a world the reader wants to inhabit. Quite a crafty mystery, it spans the globe and really puts the reader 'in the scene' with all the great detail surrounding the locations and their historical relevance. I found the characters to be unique and interesting, and I loved the attention to dialectic detail. By the final page I was already looking forward to more adventures within 'the Arkana'.

Nancy Wikarski is a fugitive from academia. After earning her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, she became a computer consultant and then turned to mystery and historical fiction writing. Her short stories have appeared in Futures Magazine and DIME Anthology, while her book reviews have been featured in Murder: Past Tense and Deadly Pleasures.

She has written the Evangeline LeClair series set in 1890s Chicago. Titles include The Fall Of White City (2002) and Shrouded In Thought (2005). The series has received People's Choice Award nominations for best first novel and best historical.

She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and has served as vice president of Sisters In Crime - Twin Cities and on the programming board of the Chicago chapter.

She is currently working on the seven book Bones Of The Mother series.

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