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"Let These Bones Live Again"
A Christopher Worthy/Father Fortis Mystery #3
by David Carlson

Category: Fiction ~ Mystery
Pub Date: Oct 1 2018
Price: $14.95 Paperback
Size: 6x9
Type: Trade Paperback
Pages: 190
ISBN: 978-1-60381-393-8

Publisher/Distributor:
Coffeetown Press - Visit their Website
Wholesale customers, contact Baker & Taylor, Ingram, Brodart Company, or orders@epicenterpress.com. For review copies or to schedule an interview, contact Wiley Saichek at saichekpublicity@gmail.com

Description:
Allyson Worthy and her renowned detective father, Christopher Worthy, investigate the apparent suicides of two wealthy Americans in Venice. Meanwhile, Father Nicholas Fortis looks into the recent theft of relics from Venetian churches. An unexpected breakthrough reveals a dark undercurrent in the city just as Allyson is unexpectedly put in danger.



Selling Points and Platform
  • The author has a BA in political science from Wheaton College (Illinois), an M.A. from the American Baptist Seminary of the West (Biblical Theology), and a doctorate from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland (New Testament Studies).

  • The author is known in media circles for making complex religious and political issues accessible to lay readers and listeners.

  • The author is the founder of Shoulder to Shoulder in Interfaith Witness as well as Prayer Partners for Peace, movements that combat religious intolerance and violence through public interfaith events.

  • The author writes regular columns for the Daily Journal, Franklin, IN. His op-eds are often reprinted in other papers owned by the parent company, AIM Media Indiana.

  • Physical review copies to major reviewers, newspapers, and mystery bloggers.

  • Outreach through social networking-Facebook, Twitter, and blogging.

  • The author is in demand as a public speaker on terrorism and will also be available for talks featuring the themes of religious extremism and faith present in his mystery series.

  • Author events at bookstores and libraries.

Praises:

"Powerful portraits of strong characters finding love through trust and forgiveness, amid all the sights and scents of modern day Venice -- a masked lady who gives up her secrets begrudgingly. All this and a crackling plot with many an unexpected twist. Though this is the first Worthy/Fortis mystery I have read, it will not be the last."
~~ Michael Sears, author for thrillers in his Jason Stafford series

"Fans of Donna Leone will find a good reason to visit Venice again, this time with David Carlson as a guide. Let These Bones Live Again brings together ancient religious rites, dying patients and a youthful protagonist in a compelling, dark mystery."
~~ Michael Niemann, author of the Valentin Vermeulen series

"David Carlson puts a novel twist on the challenges of 'East meeting West,' placing Let These Bones Live Again in a contemporary setting that will appeal to American readers. His blend of police procedure, modern religious differences and medieval practice, cyber crime, deft prose, and the thorough knowledge and skillful use of Venice as the setting and backdrop makes for a winning combination and enjoyable read."
~~ Bill Rapp, author of the "Cold War Thriller" series


Book 1 and 2 in the Series:

Enter By the Narrow Gate:
"The novel's prose is rich with religious references and imagery [....] The rapport between Worthy and Fortis is easy and enjoyable, and the double case ensures that Enter by the Narrow Gate never slows in action." -Foreword Reviews

"The cultures of New Mexico and its Native American population are explored in depth, offering many insights into the region and its inhabitants while providing a background for this intriguing mystery.... A chilling but entertaining start." -New York Journal of Books

Let the Dead Bury the Dead:
"A readable and engaging novel. Carlson's characters are real and relatable. The quality of a mystery series lies not in how well- crafted the first book is but in how well-written the second is. In this case, the second installment matches the first in quality." - Rich Gotshall for the Daily Journal

4 Stars: "A sober and thoughtful mystery that presents a window into the Greek Orthodox denomination. The sleuth team is a troubled homicide detective and a Greek Orthodox monk. They work well together, and their friendship is crucial to the story." - Danielle the Book Huntress for Affaire de Coeur Magazine


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