A.C. Frieden Announces New Thriller at Printers Row Lit Fest 2012

Thriller author A.C. Frieden at the Avendia Publishing exhibitor tent at Printers Row Lit Fest 2012.

The Avendia Publishing exhibitor tent at Printers Row Lit Fest 2012 was well located on Polk Street.

Thriller author A.C. Frieden attended the Chicago Printers Row Lit Fest this past weekend, signing books at the Avendia Publishing exhibitor tent and announcing the upcoming launch of his sequel thriller THE SERPENT’S GAME. Due out in November, THE SERPENT’S GAME is the second intallment in the Jonathan Brooks legal/spy thriller series following TRANQULITY DENIED.

The two-day book fair is one of the largest in the Midwest and is an excellent opportunity for authors to connect with fans, publishers and other authors. The crowds were huge on Saturday, which accounted for higher than expected sales of Frieden’s latest novel TRANQUILITY DENIED, as well as his other books.

For more information about THE SERPENT’S GAME, TRANQUILITY DENIED and other novels in the Jonathan Brooks series, visit the following: www.acfrieden.biz/titles-jonathanbrooks-series.html

Thriller authors A.C. Frieden and Jamie Frevelleti at Printers Row Lit Fest 2012

Promotion for A.C. Frieden’s next thriller, THE SERPENT’S GAME, due out in November 2012

About A.C. Frieden

A.C. Frieden is an international author of globetrotting mysteries and thrillers, including the acclaimed Jonathan Brooks series novels TRANQUILITY DENIED, THE SERPENT'S GAME and THE PYONGYANG OPTION. His publishers have announced three upcoming books in the series: LETTER FROM ISTANBUL (May 2021), MIDNIGHT IN DELHI (Dec. 2021) and THE CHICAGO JUROR (May 2022). Frieden is also an attorney, pilot, martial artist, scuba instructor, and former army sniper. He was born in Africa to a Swiss father and a Brazilian mother and lived in India, Switzerland and the UK before moving to the U.S. He has visited over 80 countries, including hotspots like North Korea, Cuba, Russia, Venezuela, China, Vietnam, and Ukraine, many of which are settings in his novels. He speaks French, English, Portuguese, Spanish and some Russian, and carries several passports...
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