Two 'Til Midnight

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Product Details

Price
$17.99
Publisher
Bernerd Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
408
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 1.01 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780578453484

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About the Author

BERNARD L. DILLARD was born in Durham, NC. He is the author of Two 'Til Midnight: A Novel, which was declared a 2020 Winner in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. He is also the author of Lemonade: Inspired by Actual Events, a 2013 Winner in Dan Poynter's Global eBook Awards. Further, he has authored Moneymatics and co-authored Elementary Statistics, two textbooks widely used in colleges across the country. An associate professor, he teaches Statistical Analysis and The Mathematics of Financial Life Management at Fashion Institute of Technology. He has had a few acting stints (The Wire) and several modeling assignments (Sean John). He earned his bachelor's degree in English Literature from Morehouse College and obtained graduate degrees from Emory University and University of Maryland. He currently resides in Brooklyn.

Reviews

"It's a cosmic battle royale . . . Resonates like a live wire . . . [D]elivers a stunning conclusion that will leave you pondering long after you've turned the last page. Five-plus stars to Two 'Til Midnight." --Publishers Daily Reviews

"In Two 'Til Midnight, author Bernard L. Dillard does an amazing job of storytelling while integrating several of today's hard-to-discuss topics. . . . This book is not for the faint of heart." --San Francisco Book Review

"Dillard skillfully weaves each character's part into the plot. . . . [He] has done an exceptional job creating a novel that will be enjoyed . . . This is highly recommended reading." --Reader Views

"Readers who stick with the myriad of characters and [the] blend of supernatural influences, daily life challenges, and confrontations between [two] worlds will find Two 'Til Midnight an engrossing, multifaceted story." --Midwest Book Review