Depth of Deception book cover
April 2, 2012
-- On Friday March 31, 2012, historical thriller writer Alexander Galant launched his novel Depth of Deception (A Titanic Murder Mystery) as an e-book, at an introductory rate of $0.99 from Amazon for Kindles at http://www.amazon.com/
dp/B007O3IKTY as well as in other e-book formats from Smashwords at https://www.smashwords.com/
A Virtual Book Launch was held on Friday the 30th of March, via Facebook. People RSVP'd for their chance to win one of five (5) autographed copies of the e-book. Yes, that's right--personal *autographed*
e-books of Depth of Deception using the Autography app for the iPad. The five names were picked from a bowl and a video uploaded to the Facebook event revealed the winners. All have since received their personalized e-books autographed by author Alexander Galant.
For more information visit the book's official site, http://www.DepthOfDeception.com
which contains a sample chapter, a book trailer, a synopsis, photos and a Bonus Feature page which, like a DVD, includes a special 'Easter Egg' section that can only be accessed if one has read the book and knows the password.
Depth of Deception is set in 1982, where a young woman is found floating on a wooden deck chair in the North Atlantic. She's unconscious, and wearing Edwardian clothing. Her only identification is a ticket for the Titanic. Is it a bizarre case of time-travel or an elaborate hoax?
About Alexander Galant
Alexander Galant is a Canadian author, residing in Toronto. He was the historical researcher for the novel Dracula the Un-Dead, which was on the New York Times Best Sellers list in October 2009. He condensed the novel for the sold-out dramatic reading at the Bathurst Street Theatre that accompanied the Toronto book launch. Alexander has also written and directed several award-winning short films, including The Missing Piece which was given a Silver Remi for Suspense Thriller Short Film at WorldFest Houston. His most recent film is Star Wars: Blasted Behavior, a finalist in the Atom Films/LucasFilm Star Wars Fan Movie Challenge (George Lucas was one of the judges), which also won the Best Foreign Sci-Fi Film Award at the New York International Film Festival and continues to make the festival circuit.