August 2017 Newsletter

With the news filled with threats and counter-threats, this may be the time to find a comfortable spot and settle down with a good book – hopefully someplace cool.

Oceanview has just the right book for you. Our August release, The Last Girl by Danny Lopez, launched with a highly successful, standing-room-only author presentation and signing at Bookstore1 in Sarasota, Florida, Danny’s hometown. It was a sellout. USA Today best-selling author Jon Land says, “The Last Girl features a masterful mix of murder, mystery, and mayhem as hot as the tropical settings.” This book is great entertainment; do not miss it.

In addition, the paperback version of David Putnam’s The Squandered was released this month. If you’re a Bruno Johnson fan, you should grab this one. If you are not yet a Bruno Johnson fan, get a copy of this book and you will become one.

Next month, Oceanview will introduce you to debut author John Mangan and his novel Into a Dark Frontier. Mangan, a recently retired Lieutenant Colonel and highly decorated rescue helicopter pilot, sure knows how to write an action-packed thriller. For those of you who remember Rambo, get ready for ex-Navy SEAL Slade Crawford. New York Times best-selling author James Rollins says, “John Mangan’s Into a Dark Frontier is cut from the same cloth as the best of Vince Flynn and Brad Thor.” More next month.

August also brought an array of good news to Oceanview. Matt Coyle’s Dark Fissures is a nominee for the Macavity Award. T.J. Turner’s Lincoln’s Bodyguard is a finalist for both the Darrell Award and The Military Writers Society of America Award, and Don Bruns’ Stuff Collection made the Kindle Weekly E-book Bestseller list. Congratulations to these very talented authors.

Take a look at the link below for great buys from Oceanview and—Keep on reading.