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“The House on Hayden Pond” – YA horror novel edited by Thomas Hauck

Congratulations to my valued client Jessica Monks on the publication of her new YA horror novel “The House on Hayden Pond,” now available on Amazon. In this fast-paced thriller, a family moves into rustic old house that looks like a … Continue reading

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“Resurrection of the Scrolls” by Michael Fattorosi, edited by Thomas Hauck

Here’s an exciting thriller by noted Las Vegas attorney Michael Fattorosi. Base on his family history, “Resurrection of the Scrolls” is a fast-paced historical thriller tracing his family’s thousand-year journey from the Norman conquest of Italy through the First Crusade, their rise … Continue reading

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“The President Has AIDS” by Leslie C. Norins, MD, edited by Thomas Hauck

Congratulations to my valued client Leslie C. Norins, MD on the publication of his new political-medical thriller “The President Has AIDS.” The book opens with Martin Riker enjoying a comfortable retirement in Naples, Florida, when he gets an urgent call … Continue reading

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Who Writes a Best-Selling Novel? It Might Just Be a Committee! Notes by Thomas Hauck, Ghostwriter and Book Editor

If you’re an unpublished or emerging novelist, you know the feeling well. You spend months in solitude, writing your novel. When it’s finished you might ask your partner to read it, or take portions to your writing group. But at … Continue reading

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Former CIA Director Porter Goss Praises “Deadly Pages” by Dr. Leslie Norins with Thomas Hauck

Here’s a quote from Porter Goss, former CIA director (2004-2006), praising the new Leslie Norins/Thomas Hauck thriller “Deadly Pages,” now available on Amazon.com: “This assessment of the danger of smallpox seems credible to me, and the means of delivery through … Continue reading

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“Deadly Pages” by Leslie Norins, MD, with Thomas Hauck

“Deadly Pages” is a new thriller co-authored by myself and Leslie Norins, MD. When a Syrian refugee arrives in New York with a fatal case of smallpox – a disease that medical science had declared eradicated from the face of … Continue reading

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“A Season to Kill” by Michael Mucci, edited by Thomas Hauck

Congratulations to my valued client Michael Mucci on the publication of his thriller “A Season to Kill” from Rook Publishing. When small-town deputy sheriff Chris DeAngelo is suddenly vaulted to the top law enforcement job, his first case is the … Continue reading

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“Empire of Desire” and “Heaven’s Devil” – Two new Kevin Lone thrillers by Thomas Hauck

Now available on Amazon… the next two Kevin Lone thrillers! Empire of Desire: When a female college student is kidnapped and forced into prostitution, super agent Kevin Lone is called to rescue her. His investigation reveals a vast international criminal … Continue reading

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“Roses for the Reaper” – The new Kevin Lone thriller by Thomas Hauck

“Roses for the Reaper,” Thomas Hauck’s second Kevin Lone thriller, is now available on Amazon. When the world’s most powerful criminal organization plots to take over the global energy market, only agent Kevin Lone stands in their way. His international … Continue reading

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A Professional Critique Can Help You Craft Your Novel, by Thomas Hauck, Ghostwriter and Book Editor

Many of my clients who are writing novels want commission an objective assessment of their work before they send the manuscript to literary agents or publishers. They want to know how a first-time reader will respond to their story, if … Continue reading

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