Kentucky Woman

Mike J Brogan (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$15.99
Publisher
Lighthouse Publishing
Publish Date
March 02, 2016
Pages
324
Dimensions
5.9 X 0.9 X 8.9 inches | 1.19 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780984617395
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About the Author

Mike Brogan is the Writer s Digest award-winning author of BUSINESS TO KILL FOR, the equal of any thriller read in recent years He spent years in the crazy Mad Men ad world and won numerous awards. In London, he experienced terrorism up close sixty feet close. Which led to his award-wining thrillers DEAD AIR and G8."

Reviews

I can t remember the last time I got so much fun out of a book as I have from Mike Brogan s KENTUCKY WOMAN. The story invokes scintillating memories of Nick and Nora Charles, cutting-edge genetic technology, and black-hearted villains. The Kentucky Derby is worth the price of the book all on its own.--Loren D. Estleman, four-time Shamus Award Winner (02/25/2016)"

Beautiful Ellie Stuart is in a lot of trouble. Mike Brogan put her there. As one of Detroit s best suspense writers, he writes with the economy of fellow Detroiter, the late Elmore Leonard. Like Dutch, Brogan writes page turners that grab the reader from the opening chapter and don t let go. KENTUCKY WOMAN is his best so far.--Phil Rosette, The Freya Project, Seoul Legacy (02/25/2016)"

Who s trying to kill Ellie and why? Just about the time you think you know uh-oh a new twist! Brogan s signature skills with plot and tension keep you intrigued right up to the end of KENTUCKY WOMAN. You ll feel every delicious minute of Ellie s frustration and fear but, trust me, you will not figure this one out!--Rebecca M. Lyles, author, editor (02/25/2016)"

I can t remember the last time I got so much fun out of a book as I have from Mike Brogan s KENTUCKY WOMAN. The story invokes scintillating memories of Nick and Nora Charles, cutting-edge genetic technology, and black-hearted villains. The Kentucky Derby is worth the price of the book all on its own.

--Loren D. Estleman, four-time Shamus Award Winner (02/25/2016)"

Beautiful Ellie Stuart is in a lot of trouble. Mike Brogan put her there. As one of Detroit s best suspense writers, he writes with the economy of fellow Detroiter, the late Elmore Leonard. Like Dutch, Brogan writes page turners that grab the reader from the opening chapter and don t let go. KENTUCKY WOMAN is his best so far.

--Phil Rosette, The Freya Project, Seoul Legacy (02/25/2016)"

Who s trying to kill Ellie and why? Just about the time you think you know uh-oh a new twist! Brogan s signature skills with plot and tension keep you intrigued right up to the end of KENTUCKY WOMAN. You ll feel every delicious minute of Ellie s frustration and fear but, trust me, you will not figure this one out!

--Rebecca M. Lyles, author, editor (02/25/2016)"