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If you’ve read Chapters 1 and 2, you’ve already met some of the major characters, Harry, his client Norma Dinnick and the sinister Dr. Robert Hawke. Now you’ll meet Harry’s secretary [and thorn in his side] Miss Giveny and his father Stanley. And, you’ll meet the love of Harry’s life, Natasha. (more…)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
A TRIAL OF ONE, By MARY E. MARTIN is a finalist for the best book of the year award at Foreword Magazine, 2007. The winner will be announced at a ceremony at Book Expo America in Los Angeles, May 30th.
Austin, Texas: A TRIAL OF ONE [Publisher iUniverse, 2007] was selected as
the best general fiction book of 2007 by Reader Views Annual Literary Awards.
Reader Views Annual Literary Awards were established to honor writers who self-published or had their books published by a small press, university press, or independent book publisher.
About A TRIAL OF ONE:
In an interview, Martin said
“This novel is the third in The Osgoode Trilogy and is preceded by Conduct in Question and Final Paradox, in which a Toronto lawyer, Harry Jenkins, is the protagonist and must deal with murder, fraud and deceit. Creating a rich tapestry of characters which will resonate with the reader, Martin also takes time to explore contrasting issues of love, forgiveness and compassion. At the beginning, Harry is a frustrated middle-aged man, trapped under his senior partners thumb and in a dead marriage. By the end of the third, A Trial of One, Harry is a man who can live his life with energy, conviction and passion.”
Please visit her website at http://www.theosgoodetrilogy.com/
For a review of A Trial of One, please click here. http://www.readerviews.com/ReviewMartinATrialOne.html
Any of the books in The Osgoode Trilogy may be purchased at any online or local book store.
Reader Views reviews more than 2,000 books per year from budding authors who have worked hard to achieve their dream of being published,” Reader Views Managing Editor Irene Watson says. “Our Annual Literary Awards recognize the very best of these up-and-coming authors, all talented writers who we know have very promising writing careers ahead of them. The Reader Views Annual Literary Awards are granted in 20 fiction and 30 nonfiction categories, as well as 15 specialized, sponsored categories. The entries are judged by Reader Views reviewers, all avid readers with a wide range of experiences, considered experts in the respective fields. Reader Views is an Austin, Texas, based company.