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Carly Phillips | LUCKY BREAK, It’s Not Just Paranormal…
Uncategorized / September 29, 2009

I love to read and write contemporaries. I love to talk to others who read contemporaries and gauge what they have to say about current books and authors. Recently I got to thinking about the books I’ve written. The Hot Zone – Sports HeroesThe Chandler Brothers– Brothers and their mother who wants grandchildrenThe Costas Sisters– polar opposite twin sisters with an Atlantic City con familyTy and Hunter– 3 best friends, separated by a deep dark secretThe many Temptations I’ve written over the yearsTHE LUCKY SERIES – 3 sexy male cousin plagued by a family curse. I don’t want anyone to think the word “curse” means the LUCKY series is a twist on what I write. Let me be clear. The LUCKY Series is NOT a paranormal series. It doesn’t pretend to be. What the Lucky series does, finishing up with LUCKY BREAK in stores tomorrow, is to touch on the notion that a curse can actually be many things from a streak of bad luck to a self fulfilling prophecy-and how an affected family and those who love them suffer in the process. The newest generation of Corwin men want to find love and break the curse&mdash:but they don’t know…

Fresh Pick | ELVIS AND THE GRATEFUL DEAD by Peggy Webb
Fresh Pick / September 29, 2009

Southern Cousins October 2009On Sale: October 1, 2009304 pages ISBN: 0758225911EAN: 9780758225917Hardcover$22.00ystery Amateur SleuthBuy at Amazon.com Elvis And The Grateful Dead by Peggy Webb Every year, a hip-shaking herd of Elvis impersonators descends upon the King’s birthplace of Tupelo, Mississippi, for the annual Elvis festival. Usually the main attractions are lot of sequined jumpsuits and even more off-key singing, but this year something much more deadly has the town all shook up… When the first Elvis impersonator is found slumped over his piano, a heart attack seems the likely suspect. But when a second keels over mid-swagger at Callie Valentine Jones’s party, suspicious minds begin to wonder if something foul is afoot. Because everyone knows two dead Elvis impersonators add up to only one thing: murder. As it turns out, Callie’s cousin Lovie-a 190-pound bombshell who’s had more lovers than the King had hit records-turns out to be suspect #1. Callie knows she’s innocent but to prove it, she and Lovie will have to find out who the real killer is. Could it be Texas Elvis, who’s sworn to out-swivel his rivals? Maybe the female Elvis from Australia, with the fake sideburns? Or one of the endlessly bickering officers of…