Whale Song, the Controversial Assisted Suicide Novel by Cheryl Kaye Tardif, Launches in April 2007
EDMONTON, AB, CANADA, December 14, 2006 – Canadian mystery author Cheryl Kaye Tardif will be putting on “the biggest and best book launch Edmonton has ever seen”. The Whale Song Book Launch ~ A KILLER Whale of a Launch Party will celebrate the release of her controversial and haunting novel Whale Song, which was picked up by provocative publisher Kunati Books. According to Booklist, Kunati Books is “a new publisher to watch” and Publishers Weekly calls the Canadian publisher “impressive”.
The launch will be hosted by South Point Chapters in Edmonton, Alberta, from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm. Fabulous door prizes, mystery gifts, musical entertainment and refreshments. Sponsors include: 24-7PressRelease.com, BookTelevision, Joe Li Tutoring, Victor Guan Catering, Millwoods Town Centre Dental Clinic, and Milano Bags & Baggage, and more.
Whale Song, “a haunting tale of change and choice”, is the story of a woman haunted by her past. Described as “a wise, enchanting story” by the Edmonton Examiner, Whale Song is a novel of dual personalities. It is both mystery novel and family drama. It is enchanting adventure and uplifting but tragic moral tale. Whale Song integrates the optimistic spiritualism of native myth and the hard realities of modern-day life. The only witness to a tragedy loses her memory and an innocent may be in prison for the crime. Whale Song asks the difficult question, which is the higher morality—love or law?
Whale Song has captured the interest of film directors and producers in Canada and the US. It is currently being read by multiple Hollywood film companies. Foreign rights interests are also being pursued.
Pre-orders of Whale Song are now available online or at your favorite bookstore(ISBN: 1-60164-007-2). Orders will be shipped in early April. Also, don’t forget to check out the thrilling and dramatic book trailer on Kunati’s web site.
Cheryl Kaye Tardif is also the author of the action-packed suspense thriller The River, that the Edmonton Sun described as a “mile-a-minute pot-boiler mystery”,and the sizzling psychic suspense Divine Intervention, that Derek Armstrong (author of The Game) called “powerful, emotional, riveting, transcending genre”.
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