Friday’s Letter to My Readers

Dear Reader,

Ginger Snaps was a natural follow up to my first novel, When Men Betray, where in the latter I wrote about friendship, loyalty, forgiveness, and betrayal against the background of murder, intrigue, and suspense; in the former I dealt with a few issues of the day — medical marijuana, sex-trafficking, and our government’s abuse of asset forfeiture laws. Let’s hope in the third of the Jack Patterson series I can blend the two themes while at the same time producing another page-turner.

 

Ginger Snaps Book CoverI have some other good news for my readers. My first book written in 1997, Friends in High Places, is going to come out in paperback and as an e-book this September. My publisher, Beaufort Books, recognized its importance to the political discussion going on right now and has been generous enough to make sure it is available to a much broader audience by way of e-books and paperback.

Like most Americans I have tried to stay out of the heat during the month of August, but my book tour heats back up next week with two events. The first being a public reception at the magnificent Elder Gallery in Charlotte. If you live in the area I hope you will attend on Thursday, August 20, 2015 beginning at 5:00 P.M. The gallery is one of the South’s pre-eminent private galleries.On Saturday, I will be in Burlington, NC at the Barnes and Noble between 2:00 and 4:00 P.M. doing a reading and signing copies of Ginger Snaps. I hope everyone in the area will stop by.

Pick up When Men Betray or Ginger Snaps at your neighborhood bookstore, order them online at Amazon, B&N, or iBooks in hardcover or eBook format, or if you want autographed copies go to http://webbhubbell.com/books-by-webb-hubbell-when-men-betray/ .

Thank you for being supportive of the Jack Patterson stories, and for spreading the word.

My very best,

Webb Hubbell

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August 14, 2015 4:07 pm

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