Thursday, November 1, 2012

EVIL WAYS RE-COVERED!

Not Final Cover (but darn close)
Original published cover
Here’s your first full-sized look at the cover for the upcoming re-release of EVIL WAYS by Bobby Nash. Coming soon from BEN Books.

“Evil Ways was my first published novel and I’m excited to have it coming back in print,” said the author. “From the beginning, I had always planned for FBI Agent Harold Palmer to have additional adventures beyond Evil Ways, as evidenced by the “Harold Palmer will return in Evil Intent” tag I added at the end of the original printing. Sadly, due to a litany of reasons this was delayed. But with the re-release of Evil Ways, Evil Intent is now back on track to come out in early 2013 so the Harold Palmer Thriller series is a go and I couldn’t be happier. I love writing these characters and hope to be telling Harold Palmer stories for years to come.”

Re-release temp cover
Regarding the cover, Nash adds, “This is not the final cover. There are still a few tweaks to make to get it just right, but it’s almost there.”

EVIL WAYS
A Harold Palmer Thriller by Bobby Nash

A string of brutal murders.

A small-town sheriff in over his head.

A reporter on the trail of the story of the year.

A small town unprepared for the coming storm.

And in the middle of it all is FBI Agent Harold Palmer, in town on a family matter.

The discovery of a brutally murdered young lady with a connection to the local police, coupled with a rowdy high school reunion and the annual Autumn Festival leaves Sommersville Sheriff Tom Myers in need of assistance. Unable to walk away, Agent Palmer finds himself on the trail of a killer who preys on the fears of his victims and his next target is the unsuspecting reunited class of 2002.

They should fear his EVIL WAYS.

Evil Intent temp cover
EVIL WAYS RETURNS IN 2012.

COMING IN 2013
EVIL INTENT

A Harold Palmer Thriller by Bobby Nash

We will posts links to the paperback and ebook here when Evil Ways becomes available.

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