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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Color of Blood - Les Coalson

The Wall Street Journal's Market Watch carries a review
"Suspense Novel 'Color of Blood' Captures Environmental and Moral Issues"

Texas Author's Second Novel Sure to Please

July 16, 2008 [ It begins:
"WACO, Texas, July 16, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Eakin Press announces the release of Texas author Les Coalson's second fast-paced novel, "Color of Blood." A sequel to Coalson's first book "Sever the Darkness," the main storyline focuses on the mysterious disappearance of a young couple as it takes readers through Southeast and Central Texas.
Journalist Clay Aker teams with up with Texas Ranger Julio Ramirez in search of Clay's brother, Jack, an environmental activist who disappeared from the Texas Gulf Coast with his girlfriend, Vicky, while sampling for mercury poisoning. Was their disappearance an accident? Clay is determined to discover what happened to his brother as murder, theft, kidnapping and environmental pollution complicate the search."

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