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Fifty Shades of Grey Publisher Release Genre Defying Novel From Best-Selling Author Gene Doucette(March 19, 2013)
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
With great power comes great responsibility, or so goes the old adage.
For Corrigan Bain, the leading man of best-selling novelist Gene Doucettes latest offering, Fixer (The Writers Coffee Shop Publishing House), this sentiment only scratches the surface.
Blessed (or perhaps cursed) with the ability to see roughly five seconds into the future, Corrigan cant fix everything bad before it happensthough he has spent his life trying to. But with an otherworldly serial killer on the loose, a former lover who happens to be an FBI agent knocking down his door, and an increasingly troubled psyche, Corrigans giftand his insistence upon protecting it from prying eyesis being put to the test. Now, Corrigan must face long-standing horrors, confront the possibility that he may be going mad, and find a killer that no one can see.
A skillful and arresting amalgam of sci-fi, horror, mystery, and romance that early reviewers are heralding as a must-read, Fixer defies the traditional conventions of genre fare. Prepare to second-guess everything you thought you knew about superheroesand your own (mis)conceptions about what it would be like to see the future before it unfolds.
This is the kind of book you give to someone who doesnt read this kind of book, says Doucette. While Fixer is a straight-up thriller, its really about the consequences of being a hero, and the complexity of doing the right thing.
Fast-paced, chilling, and emotionally charged, Fixer explores:
- Past, present, and future: how much of who we are is decided by who we have been and who we might become?
- Superheroism and the troubling consequences that come alongside it.
- Objective morality as a loaded gun.
- The surprising, funny, macabre perils of knowing what the future holds.
About the Author:
Gene Doucette is an award-winning screenwriter, novelist, playwright, humorist, essayist, father, husband, cyclist, dog ownerand a few other things, too. He is, in other words, a writer. A graduate of Boston College, he lives in Cambridge, MA with his family.
The books in his critically acclaimed Immortal serieswhich follows a sarcastic, alcoholic, sixty-thousand-year-old man named Adamare his publishers top sellers and have spent months at a time respectively on Amazon bestseller lists. The third installment in the Immortal serieswhich is, as of yet, untitledis expected for release in 2014.
Fixer will be available for purchase in both paperback and e-book formats on March 21, 2013. It is currently available for pre-order via The Writers Coffee Shop Publishing House.
About the Publisher:
The Writers Coffee Shop Publishing (TWCS) House is an up-and-coming independent publisher based in New South Wales, Australia. They recently gained a great deal of attention with Fifty Shades of Grey, the international literary sensation they released in June 2011, which is now represented by Random House.
Launched in October 2010 with the vision of working alongside talented authors while providing quality e-books to the growing marketplace, TWCS publishes a wide range of fiction titles and is sure to have something for any appetite.
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