THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Friday Aug 9 LARRY CORREIA FRIDAY, AUGUST 9; 7 PM LARRY CORREIA will introduce Warbound, Book Three in the Grimnoir Chronicles. It’s the 1930’s. Jake Sullivan is a private eye at war with evil magical powers in a dark and gritty urban fantasy that’s a...
  2. Tuesday Aug 13 RESHONDRA TATE BILLINGSLEY TUESDAY, AUGUST 13; 7 PM RESHONDRA TATE BILLINGSLEY will introduce A Family Affair. When Olivia Dawson turns down the opportunity to study dance at Juilliard to stay in Houston and take care of her ailing mother, her mother objects to...
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LARRY CORREIA

FRIDAY, AUGUST 9; 7 PM

LARRY CORREIA will introduce Warbound, Book Three in the Grimnoir Chronicles. It’s the 1930’s. Jake Sullivan is a private eye at war with evil magical powers in a dark and gritty urban fantasy that’s a cross between the Maltese Falcon and Twilight. Using a rag-tag team of airship pirates and Grimnoir knights, he sets out to stop Earth’s predator before it’s too late. The reader is taken on a high thrill ride with contemporary military action cloaked in paranormal noir.

Correia is the author of the bestselling Monster Hunter International series: Monster Hunter International, Monster Hunter Vendetta, Monster Hunter Alpha, and Monster Hunter Legion. He is considered an expert in the field of firearms where his roles vary as a firearms instructor, and freelance writer for several gun magazines. He lives in the mountains of Utah with his wife and children.

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