Phoenix, AZ, September 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Irion Books, LLC is pleased to announce that Murder on Aconcagua, a Summit Murder Mystery, is now available via audio book. Already available via audio are the titles, Murder on Everest, Murder on Elbrus and Murder on Mt. McKinley. Author Charles G. Irion says, “It is important to Irion Books to give readers what they want! Readers not only want a great and exciting story, but they also want that story to be available in all formats! We are happy to be meeting the needs of our readers.”
The Summit Murder Mystery Series features seven climbing murder mysteries that are each set atop one of the world’s seven continental summits; the highest and most dangerous mountains in the world. In a clever twist, author Charles G. Irion has added to the mix murder, suspense, and an enviable hero working for the U.S. Defense Intelligence agency, making for a truly original series.
Murder on Aconcagua and the other exciting Summit Murder Mystery novels are available at www.Audible.com
The Summit Murder Mystery series can also be found at these additional retailers - iTunes, Amazon, Amazon kindle, Sony, The Book Depository, Barnes & Noble, Books on Board and KOBO. The other nail-biting, action-packed novels are Murder on Everest, Murder on Elbrus, Murder on Mt. McKinley, Murder on Puncak Jaya, Murder on Vinson Massif and Murder on Kilimanjaro.
About Irion Books:
Irion Books launched in 2007 with the release of the Hell Series. Irion began working on the Summit Murder Mystery series after climbing Mt. Everest and Mt. Kilimanjaro. An entrepreneur and philanthropist, Irion is involved with several organizations including being an advisory board member for Project C.U.R.E. and a founding principal for Phoenix Social Venture Partners. Irion has also participated in a number of medical missions abroad including Mexico, Peru, Burkina Faso (West Africa), Belize, and Tanzania. For more information about Irion Books, please visit www.IrionBooks.com and for more information about author Charles G. Irion, please visit www.CharlesIrion.com