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The Woman in White Marble

I’m excited to say that my new book, The Woman in White Marble, is now available. As always it is available in hardcover, paperback and eBook for Kindle (also Kindle for Android and iPad), the Nook, Sony Reader, etc. I had a bit of fun with the mystery story, a bit of fun with the ghost story, and a bit of fun with the American “gumshoe” genre. The key word there is fun, so I hope you enjoy the book. Here is the publisher’s book blurb:

Drake Ramsey is a Californian news reporter who wants to write the great American science fiction novel. Dumped by his girlfriend, Drake finds himself with nothing to lose, and he searches online for a secluded place to work. Alone in a dreary English coastal town, consumed by boredom and loneliness, he is lured up the road to the Skinburness Hotel, where he finds inspiration in the beer and the atmosphere. Drake senses this is the place to harness his creative genius, without any idea of what awaits him in the future.

After a few visits, Drake is befriended by the hotel manager—just as a member of staff is found mysteriously dead. Drake, ever the streetwise reporter, senses a story and begins to investigate. The last person to have seen the dead man alive is Zuri Manyika, a stunningly beautiful hotel guest. Now Drake must determine whether Zuri was involved, all the while wrestling with his undeniable attraction to her. Unfortunately, this is not the first death in the hotel—nor will it be the last—unless Drake finds a way to stop a killer on a quest for revenge.

In this eerie tale, an American news reporter suddenly immersed in a suspicious death investigation in a remote corner of England is about to discover that every mystery comes with an unexpected twist.

Now I know you are extremely eager to get your hands on a copy so if you click here you wlll find a bit more information about the book and links to Amazon and Barns & Noble.

My publisher keeps telling me that  reviews are really important on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. So if you do like the book and have a few minutes, a good review would be most welcome (and don’t forget to post it on both and On the other hand, if you don’t like the book and are moved to write a really bad review, I would ask you to pause for just a moment and remember what a nice guy I am.

Copyright © 2014 Dale Rominger

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