Thursday, July 25, 2013

Blogger Book Fair Day 4- Jerry Hatchett

It's day 4 of the super fun five day day Blogger Book Fair and today I'm featuring the supremely talented Jerry Hatchett!   Jerry is the author of the highly rated thrillers Pawnbroker and Seven Unholy Days as well as the still developing Projectionist.  Read on to learn more about these amazing stories and their incredible author:

Would you give killers what they want to get them to leave you and your family alone? Gray Bolton might, if he knew what "it" was. Life as a Mississippi pawnbroker is good, with a beautiful family and a bright future. Then he kills an armed robber and trouble cascades upon Bolton from everywhere. They all appear to be after the same thing and they will all do anything to get it. Unfortunately, Bolton has no idea what that thing is; but its discovery will test him in ways he couldn't have imagined, and the stakes are simple: Everything.

If you like "unputdownable" thrillers, check out Jerry Hatchett right now. His reviews tell the same tale over and over:  "I couldn't stop reading!"

Available on Kindle at Amazon.






How Dependent Is the United States on Technology?
That question gets answered in this nonstop thriller when an evil psychopath targets Matt Decker and the high-tech power grid he designed, in a deadly game of ancient clues and modern horror for seven very unholy days.
From the critics:
"A simple glitch in a power grid heralds the beginning of a madman's scheme to bring about a biblical apocalypse. Written in a staccato style that will leave readers breathless and flipping pages long into the night, Hatchett's first novel, SEVEN UNHOLY DAYS, is a thriller not to be missed!" - New York Times bestselling author James Rollins
For a limited time, you can get a a FREE copy on Kindle at Amazon!

And the still developing ghost story The Projectionist:
When Porter Hamlin's wife of nearly forty years dies, he wants to withdraw into his job as projectionist at The Magic, an old movie theater in the small town of Diebold, Tennessee. Within a few weeks of her death, however, Porter discovers that Alice left him a series of letters filled with detailed and bizarre instructions for him to carry out. The letters and the events they inspire will change Porter and others in ways he could never have imagined.

The Projectionist is a tale of love, loss, and life, one that will cause you to ask yourself, "Do you believe in magic?"

Chapters 1-14 are available on the Kindle at Amazon now, Chapter 15 is up for reading on Jerry's website.

Jerry Hatchett was born and grew up in the creatively fertile Mississippi Delta, and lives and works now in Houston, Texas. A lifelong admitted geek, he loves to create fast stories around characters you can cheer for and against. His work features a crisp tight voice that pulls you in and doesn't let go.

You can find him at his blog: http://jerryhatchett.blogspot.com/
At his author page: http://jerryhatchett.com/


1 comment:

  1. Popped over from MIchelle's blog *waves* Seven Unholy Days sounds like perfect vacay reading. Thanks for the rec.

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