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Patrick W. O'Bryon

My first novel inspired by the espionage adventures of my father, Corridor of Darkness, a Novel of Nazi Germany, received a bronze medal today in the Suspense/Thriller category of the 18th annual 2014 Independent Publisher Book Awards competition, the world’s largest book awards contest.

Since 1996 this contest has recognized excellence in independent publishing, and this year’s competition received 5340 entries  coming from the US, Canada, and ten countries overseas. The 2014 IPPY Awards medal ceremony will be held on May 28th in New York, on the eve of the BookExpo America convention.

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Here’s a shot of Corridor of Darkness celebrating its award on a well-deserved getaway to Florida. The book’s been working hard.

Photo courtesy of Roberta Campbell Lawman Photo courtesy of Roberta Campbell Lawman

My sincere thanks to all of you who have  given my debut novel your support. Beacon of Vengeance, the sequel, is due for publication mid-summer.

Please spread the word that Corridor of Darkness is available as a paperback…

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Comments on: "CORRIDOR OF DARKNESS, a Novel of Nazi Germany, TAKES BRONZE IN INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS COMPETITION!" (2)

  1. This was, without a doubt, one of the best books I have read in years! Just had to add that plug 🙂

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