Longtime Northwest Connection editorial assistant Mark Ellis has released his first novel, A Death on the Horizon, via Kindle Direct. The book is priced at $2.99, and can be downloaded to any electronic reader or personal computer, or to an iPhone by utilizing a Kindle app. A paperback version is due out in September.
A Death on the Horizon is a novel of political upheaval and cultural intrigue. From the book description:
“On the cusp of what she believes to be her termination at Charon Investigations, Private Investigator Melissa Blythe is assigned the case that will hopefully save her career and change her life.
Burned-out by the soul-numbing demands of investigative work and a love life adrift on Seattle’s late-summer streets, Melissa is convinced her boss is giving her one last chance.”
In addition to writing and editing at the Connection since 2009, Ellis writes a column at the national political website PJ Media. “If you like a good thriller featuring a character facing a crisis point in her life and career,” says Ellis, “this story is for you.”