The month of June is very exciting as The Stolen Chalice is launched in paperback. I find many of my readers like to take paperbacks on the plane. While electronic devices have to be turned off for the beginning of the flight, paperback readers can get fifty pages along in a book before permission is given by the stewardess to begin to read on an electronic tablet.
I am a great consumer of paperbacks. For my two decades as an CNN reporter, I would never board a plane without grabbing a paperback off the racks in the airport. Thrillers and mysteries were always my top choice, and now I am delighted to offer of an enjoyable escape during the long hours of a flight.
As many of my readers know, my plots take place all over the world, and I hope to spark the spirits of adventure, exploration and curiosity about new places through my fiction. But the journey in my books will avoid long security lines, travel delays and horrible airplane food.
In The Stolen Chalice you will wing your way via private jet with Egyptologist Dr. Holly Graham and billionaire Ted Verplank as they travel from New York to join archaeologist John Sinclair and oceanographer Cordelia Stapleton in London, Venice and Cairo, to find The Stolen Chalice.