FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TorontoA TRIAL OF ONE, the third in The Osgoode Trilogy, by Mary E. Martin has been named as a finalist on ForeWord Magazine’s tenth annual Book of the Year Award for fiction.
A Trial of One has won the Readers Views award for literary fiction and also has garnered two honorable mentions at both the DIY Convention and The London Book Festival.
In an interview, Martin said that
“if you want an exciting story plus a great trip to Venice, try A Trial of One. The second half of the book is set there. About eight years ago, I spent ten days alone in Venice walking everywhere, drinking in the atmosphere and photographing. When I came to write A Trial of One, all those memories and images were right there, and so I hope I’ve succeeded in conveying to you the beauty and mystery of my favourite city. On top of that, you’ll be greatly fascinated by the climax of plot of an ancient fraud, started in Final Paradox, the second in the trilogy. For Harry, although an additional surprise waits for him in Venice, the search for fifty million dollars worth of shares ends there.
According to ForeWord Magazine, the books-over 1600 entered in various categories- represent some of the best work coming from today’s independent press community. The winners will be determined by a panel of librarians and booksellers, selected from the readership. Foreword’s Book of the Year Awards program was designated to discover distinctive books across a number of genres. Gold, silver and bronze as well as Editor’s Choice Prizes for fiction and Nonfiction will be announced at BookExpo America in Los Angeles on May 30th.
INTERVIEWS: Mary is available for interviews. Please contact Memacom Productions at email@example.com