Paperbacks With Illustrations by Cheops Books LLC:

Cheops Books LLC issues all their titles in paperback but you have to go to the website to buy them at They are not sold on Amazon.

Dora Benley says, “I always used to like to think that each novel was a world unto itself and should have its own housing or real estate if you will. That’s what it had to be a printed book and even the cover mattered a good deal, even the spine of the book and how it was put together. I do remember going to the Carnegie Library in downtown Pittsburgh when I was in high school and delighting in their collection of rare and antique books with leather binding. I loved even the smell of books in those days.”

In keeping with this frame of mind we also offer many fully illustrated editions such as Julia: A Romance or Salisbury Affair. All covers are drawn by cover artists such as Daniel Teran. Cheops Books LLC  takes care in putting this editions together.

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Illustrations For Dark 3: Special Edition:

Dark 3: Special Edition will be the first book that Cheops Books LLC publishes that will feature illustrations of the characters. On September 15 you, the readers, will get to admire the black and white drawings of Andrew the artist. He has visualized several of the major characters from the young adult thriller novel, Dark 3: Special Edition. You will get to see what the heroine, Bianca Winters, the one-time babysitter of Little Katie, looks like. Ditto the mysterious figure, Doc, who has haunted the entire Dark Series. You will get to see what the big bad guy, Mike Fellini, the jail breaker, looks like as he haunts the Hoh Rain Forest on the Olympic Peninsula. He might be about ready to kidnap Little Katie once again. You get to look into the innocent baby blue eyes of the heiress, the four-year-old little girl, Katie Shipley, whom Bianca loves to babysit. You even get to study Mrs. Baker, the ultimate villainess of Dark 3: Special Edition, as she tries to hoodwink the Shipleys and Bianca to fall for her bag of tricks. These illustrations will be sprinkled throughout the special edition. Look for them there.
Teens rarely need an excuse to stay up late, but The Dark by Dora Benley would give pause for thought to even the most steely nerved youngster. A genuinely gripping horror story. Approach with caution.
The Sunday Independent Dublin, Ireland

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