Old Faithful Plot Appears In Publishers Weekly:
Old Faithful Plot, a novel in the Edward Ware Thrillers at War Series, appears in this week’s Publishers Weekly magazine at the very beginning just behind the cover page along with a group of other books published by members of the IBPA, the Independent Book Publishers Association. Cheops Books LLC is a member of the IBPA. The alternative history thriller is to be published on June 16.
While they are hiding out from Dora’s husband at the Old Faithful Lodge in 1933, Dora and Edward are also hiding Lawrence maps that Churchill has given them and which Hitler would do anything to get his hands on. Enter Helga and Herr von Wessel, Hitler’s top spies. They warn Colonel Sir Edward Ware and Dora that either they hand over the top secret maps, key to world domination, or they will blow up Yellowstone National Park. They will turn the famous geyser basin into volcanic rubble – and the rest of America, too, which would be buried in volcanic ash just like Pompeii. And if that doesn’t work they have an even darker plot up their sleeves, one that would change history itself.
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Final Cover For Dark: A Trilogy:
Here we have the final cover for Dark: A Trilogy by Dora Benley to be published by Cheops Books LLC on November 15. The cover was designed and drawn by Andrew the artist. It will be included in the small press issue to be published by Publisher’s Weekly, the trade journal, on Monday, August 28 along with other books by IBPA members. See it there. We will feature it on our website on the day that the magazine is published including a link.
Teenager Bianca Winters had no idea what was in store for her in the next few years when she took on a babysitting assignment across the street with Little Katie Shipley. That night her whole life was to change forever as a killer roamed around in the dark upstairs. She had to save the baby while the housekeeper, Mrs. Ingersoll, fell to her death.
In the months that followed the murder, Bianca comes under the wing of her new medical advisor, Doc, who helps her recover from the horrible experience. She falls in love with the young man only to have doubt cast on his motives by circumstances that hint that he himself is the killer. When he goes on the run, she has to still believe in him somehow. How could she love a murderer?
Katie Shipley’s parents move to California and take Bianca with them as her live in babysitter. Bianca thinks that Doc is dead, killed trying to escape from the authorities. But then just as a strange gentleman from England appears and tries to kidnap Little Katie, a young man who reminds her of the one she has lost materializes in her life again. He shows her what has really been going on all these years behind the scenes, why Mrs. Ingersoll was killed, and what the bad guys want with Little Katie. The trilogy ends with the biggest surprise ending of all time.
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