Port Townsend, WA, August 17, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- On August 15, Class Act Books announced its releases for this month. They include another entry in the series The Second Species, and also a new author for the CAB imprint, as well as a debuting author.
"Shadow Avenged" by Tony-Paul de Vissage, is the sixth book of the Second Species series.
The series which follows the search of vampire Marek Strigoi for the murderer of his family., Book 6 is a pivotal novel in which Marek and the killer come face-to-face and the scholar-turned-hunter has to make the decision to become as ruthless a killer as the man he's seeking or show his family's killer more mercy than he gave them.
The dark urban fantasy/horror novel is the author's 17th novel published by Class Act Books. The first in the series, Shadow Lord, was voted one of the Top Ten horror novels of 2013 by Preditors and Editors Readers Poll, and also placed 3rd n the Maryland Romance Writers "Reveal Your Inner Vixen" contest in 2009.
"Commonwealth" by Michael D. Smith is a Dystopia Black Comedy of a United States in which there are no private ownerships. Anyone can ask for anything and possess it for a month, after which someone else can claim it and take it away.
Michael D. Smith was raised in the Chicago area but currently lives in Texas where he is Technology Librarian for McKinney Public Library in McKinney, Texas. His work there includes eBook and audiobook acquisitions. He also teaches classes in using e-readers. He is also author of the science fiction Jack Commer series.
"Dead Man's Hand" is a Mystery Noir series set in New Orleans and is the debut novel of Jack Frost. It is the first entry in the Jake Coleman Mystery series.
Jack is a native of central Louisiana, where he retired in 2004 after forty-plus years in television news. He currently lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, and is host of "Seniors Everyday" on Lincoln's Channel 10/11.
Class Act Books is celebrating its second year under new ownership, in which its goal is to supply quality fiction in all genres to the reading public.