Press Release: New Novel For Award-Winning Michigan Author
LIGHTNING RELEASES 06/10/14 –Michigan author Ronald L. Herron has released his fourth book, “One Way Street,” a gritty, suspenseful new adult / historical fiction sequel to his award-winning debut novel “Reichold Street.”
Reviewers have already had this to say about it:
“…a mesmerizing thriller that can haunt you long after you put the book down.”
~ Maria Beltran for Readers Favorite
“Five Stars! …a memorable book, filled with characters growing-up in turbulent times … ranks with some of the best war-related literature I’ve read…”
~ Jack Magnus for Readers Favorite
A long time Lake Orion, Michigan resident, Herron graduated from Wayne State University, and earned an MBA from Michigan State. He worked for some of the world’s largest advertising agencies and had a long career in public relations and marketing with a Fortune 10 Company. “Few of my friends even knew I wrote fiction,” he said, “although I’ve been submitting stories since I was seventeen.”
Herron won a Readers Favorite Gold Medal in 2012 for his dramatic young adult novel “Reichold Street.” The book was also endorsed by Compulsion Reads, and Top Book Reviewers, who said …“Reichold Street is an indie novel you want everyone to hear about…”
His exciting new sequel, “One Way Street” is available in paperback or as a Kindle e-Book on Amazon.com, and in paperback or as an e-Book for the Nook from Barnes & Noble.
Title: One Way Street
Author: Ronald L. Herron
Genre: Suspense, New Adult
Contact eMail: [email protected]
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