Saturday, September 13, 2014
ONE-TWO, KILL A FEW DEBUTS FROM PRO SE PRODUCTIONS
“Everybody,” says Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of and Partner in Pro Se Productions, “loves a good mystery. Even more than that, the detective story is probably the most popular sub genre within Crime and Mystery. Although she’s not a policeman or a private eye, Casey Fremont definitely fits the ‘detective’ bill. John has crafted a character who, while definitely being someone you could know from high school or see shopping in a grocery store, also clearly has the skills, drive, and personality to wind her way through a deadly puzzle. Not only that, but Casey, as well as the other people John plants around her, are not caricatures, but instead are characters that readers can identify with and enjoy. You can’t beat a series that has both a believable cast and good solid mysteries in one package.”
Struggling to recover from a disastrous marriage and contentious divorce, Casey Fremont would prefer to make ends meet with her paycheck from a temp job; but now her goal of personal and mental renewal becomes one of staying alive as she solves a riddle of murder and mayhem.
Casey Fremont is on her way to interview for a temp job when a falling body nearly lands on her. Three days later, a second man, this one from her own office, dies in a similar manner and Casey is drawn into the intrigue. She confirms her suspicions, but one of her her friends ends up in the hands of kidnappers. Casey must solve the mystery before she becomes the third body to go over the railing.
Author John Achor introduces amateur sleuth Casey Fremont in a newly released edition of One-Two, Kill A Few: A Casey Fremont Mystery, the first in the Casey Fremont series from Pro Se Productions.
Featuring a fantastic cover and logo design by Jeffrey Hayes and print formatting by Percival Constantine, One-Two, Kill A Few: A Casey Fremont Mystery is available in print at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Pro Se’s own store at http://tinyurl.com/qeydwum for 15.00. The book is also available as an eBook, formatting and design by Russ Anderson, from Amazon for the Kindle and www.smashwords.com in various formats for only $2.99.
For more information on this title, interviews with the authors, or digital copies for review, contact Morgan McKay, Pro Se’s Director of Corporate Operations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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