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R. J. Buckley Publishing Announces the Release Date of Vincent Zandri's "Moonlight Falls" - December 15, 2009

Three days after the release of Zandri's thriller "Moonlight Falls," on December 18, Vincent will be signing books and appearing with his band - Blisterz - at Savannahs "Dublin Underground" on One S. Pearl Street, Albany, NY. Books will also be on sale at The Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza, 1475 Western Ave, Albany NY.

R. J. Buckley Publishing Announces the Release Date of Vincent Zandri's
Albany, NY, December 11, 2009 --( "Moonlight Falls" is a suspenseful murder mystery and thriller all rolled into one. Mr. Zandri crafts his characters and story in a way that they stay with you long after the reading is over. He is one of those talented authors who knows how to capture your attention and hold it from cover to cover.

"Moonlight Falls" is the story of a man named Moonlight, a former Albany Police Department (APD) detective, working as a private eye and massage therapist.

So what would you do if you couldn't remember, but you believed you had murdered your illicit lover Scarlet Montana, who just happens to be the wife of your ex-boss Jake Montana - the Albany Chief of Detectives? What would you do if you had a bullet fragment lodged in your brain causing blackouts and you knew that any given moment could be your last?

Vincent Zandri not only writes thrillers and plays in his band, he is a photojournalist.

Publisher: R. J. Buckley Publishing
Queen Creek AZ

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