|By PR Newswire||
|November 14, 2012 08:40 AM EST||
MIAMI, Fla., Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The new novel released November 9, 2012 is a frightening read about a conspiracy of super-wealthy individuals and a political/military contingent determined to steal the forth-coming election in the book by any means possible. "Unlike the legitimate attempts for wealthy Americans to win the previous national election through support of several campaigns," points out Larry Winebrenner, author of the book, "the conspirators in this case are willing to do anything, including murder of the candidates on the eve of the election."
More than a million readers are looking for entertaining books in the US, and indeed, throughout the world, entertainment reading that will cause them to shiver with delight, but not shudder in fear.
L M Winebrenner is the owner of the popular Henri Derringer Mystery series which is known for plot twists and joyful reading. The company employs the world's best copy-editor, Daniel Snow Dean, and outstanding webmaster, Steven Wilkerson in the greater Miami area, and has won admiration of readers across the nation, and internationally. Web sites are found at http://ToStealAnElection.com and at http://TheCaseoftheLockedDrawer.com Watch for additional Web sites as future books are published.
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SOURCE Larry Winebrenner
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