Monday, January 12, 2015

Book Launch - Scribbler Tales (Volume Three) - print and electronic editions now available by Mary Ann Bernal


“Scribbler Tales is a unique mix of genres in one anthology rich with tension, humanity and genuine emotion. Unconventional settings and unexpected twists are bound to leave you pondering long after you close this book.”

 When a highly classified schematic of a prototype engine is stolen, the evidence points to an inside job in Hidden Lies.  In Nightmare, Melanie’s childhood demons carryover into adulthood when she returns to her ancestral home.  Detective Newport races against time to apprehend a killer targeting prosecuting attorneys in Payback.  The Night Stalker is not a figment of Pamela’s imagination as she tries to convince the police that her life is in danger.  While trying to identify a serial arsonist, a Fire Marshall suspects a highly decorated firefighter in Turning Point.

My Review

Scribbler Tales: A Collection of Short Stories (Volume 3) by Mary Ann Bernal is another great read. So enjoyed the compelling stories that are unique, well-written and filled with mystery. If you haven’t read Scribbler Tales you should pick up any one of the volumes. They are all worth it for entertainment value. The twists kept me guessing all the way through. I love that!

In Hidden Lies the intrigue starts out right away. The story plays out effortlessly. 

Deception is a story had my heart racing and kept me on the edge of my seat all the way through.

Nightmare is a spooky story that was just as much gripping as it was emotional. I love how these stories come together. So smooth and unexpected. Always a big “wow” moment! That is what makes them so good. 

Payback is action packed and takes you right in. There are questions that need answers. Could it be murder?

In the Night Stalker, suspense continues. Lured into another dramatic episode. Had me gasping out loud. 

Lastly, Turning Point is a compelling story that pulls its reader in. Revenge is the word. Are there any good people left in the world? This story might make you wonder.

Quote for The Night Stalker ~



Pamela was quite unnerved by the time she arrived home.  She parked in the driveway, looking at the second floor while walking to the front door.  That was when she noticed the curtains flapping outside the window of her bedroom!  Fumbling with the keys, Pamela finally opened the door, ran up the stairs and burst into her room.  Someone had been in the house, her house! And they wanted her to know it.  Everything was as it should be, the furniture, the closets, the only difference being the open window, which was always locked.


Bio

I fell in love with medieval England after I read Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe. Then came the great Hollywood epics such as Knights of the Round Table, Prince Valiant, The Black Shield of Falworth and The Vikings, to name but a few. Add to the mix Camelot and an incurable romantic Anglophile was born!
The Briton and the Dane novels are set in Ninth Century Anglo-Saxon Britain when the formidable Vikings terrorized the civilized world. The epic adventure runs the gamut of deception, treachery, intrigue, and complicated relationships during a time of war and conquest. Resource material such as book club discussion items, glossary of terms, period maps and character lists are available for download at http://www.maryannbernal.com.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Brenda. I'm delighted you enjoyed the stories.

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