Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Blog Tour: The Rook by Steven James

well since today is the 15th of October we are touring The Rook by Steven James!

Special Agent Patrick Bowers is about to uncover the military's darkest secret . . . and his own dark past.

While investigating a series of baffling fires in San Diego, Special Agent Patrick Bowers is drawn into a deadly web of intrigue where nothing is as it appears to be. With a killer on the loose and one of the world's most deadly devices missing, Bowers is caught in a race against time to stop a criminal mastermind's trap before it closes around the people he loves.

Full of fast-paced action and mind-bending plot twists, The Rook is an adrenaline-laced page-turner that will hold you captive until the very end.

Hardcover Details:
Price: $19.99
ISBN: 978-0-8007-1897-8
ISBN-10: 0-8007-1897-6
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5
Number of pages: 496
Publication Date: Jul. 08
Formats: Hardcover Paperback

About the Author:

Steven James is one of the nation’s most innovative storytellers and a bestselling author. He has written more than twenty books and is a full-time speaker, having appeared more than 1,500 times throughout North America, Europe and Asia since 1996.

His first mystery thriller, The Pawn, has already hit the bestseller lists and is a finalist for the 2008 Christy Awards.

On August 1, 2008, his second book, The Rook, joins the high-octane thriller series, The Bowers Files.

A third book, The Knight, is set to join the expanding series in Summer 2009.

James has had many outlets for his creativity.

He holds a Master of Arts in Storytelling. In 1997, when he completed this degree, he was one of only a hundred people in the world with such a degree.

For years, James has focused on crafting nonfiction books that explore and broaden the connections of story, imagination, and Christian spirituality. He has recently contracted several more titles with Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

His recent nonfiction books include Sailing Between the Stars and the critically acclaimed
Story: Recapture the Mystery, which received a starred review from Publishers Weekly.

He has been honored with six national awards for his writing and storytelling, including a nomination for an ECPA Gold Medallion Book Award.

In addition to his books, James has written hundreds of articles and stories that have appeared in over eighty different magazines and publications, including Writer’s Digest and Guideposts for Teens.

James lives and writes in eastern Tennessee near the town of Jonesborough, the heart of the modern storytelling revival. He likes rock climbing and science fiction movies. When he’s not writing or speaking, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters.

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