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Grey Daze: A Lance Underphal Mystery
by Michael Allan Scott


Kindle Edition published 2015-03-29
Bestseller ranking: 167157

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An IAN Book of the Year Finalist and featured on NBC's Daytime Show, the third book in the Lance Underphal Mystery series is part of a new breed of supernatural thrillers which can be read and enjoyed in any order. Based on real events, this is one of those dark, disturbing novels that keeps you turning pages.
 
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It's a mystery- Something is wrong. As Lance Underphal pads softly across the cold flagstone, he hears her weeping. She is on her knees, hunched over in the middle of the room, her back to him, facing the dark fireplace. Something is very wrong. Lance wants to rush to her, but can't. In a hoarse whisper, he says, "Callie?" She lets out a mournful wail from deep within as she turns, their infant son in her arms, blue and still. He reels from the blow. How can this be? They don't have a son.
 

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Offline Danielle Bourdon

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The Tale's the Thing
« on: December 21, 2010, 09:42:12 AM »
..is a blog run by Joel Kirkpatrick. He's an author doing a great service for us Indies by interviewing and promoting, so I wanted to toss the link up here to see if we can help support him in return. He's got me featured this week and his interview was fantastic. Maybe a few of you authors can follow his blog or tack it onto a blogroll.

People like this help get the word out about our work, and I deeply appreciate all the time he's put into promoting my books (along with everyone else's).

Here's the link. He's got a great sense of humor.  :)    http://thetaleisthething.blogspot.com/

Cheers!
Danielle

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Re: The Tale's the Thing
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2010, 11:07:05 AM »
Nice site. :)
 How did you get an interview with him?

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Re: The Tale's the Thing
« Reply #2 on: December 21, 2010, 11:42:30 AM »

He read Droteth, left me a staggeringly excellent review, and sent me some in-depth questions that later turned into part of that interview. One day he just said, "By the way, you're going to be featured for a week on my blog. (More) Questions forthcoming."  :D

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Re: The Tale's the Thing
« Reply #3 on: December 21, 2010, 01:04:05 PM »
Nice interview, Danielle! Hope it leads to lots of sales :-)

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