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JAL Publications, Free Book Offer - "Peter Black: The Trials" (ISBN: 978-1910113004)

Nov 17 2013, 7:04pm CST | by PR.com

JAL Publications, Free Book Offer - "Peter Black: The Trials" (ISBN: 978-1910113004)
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New York, NY, November 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- "Peter Black: The Trials"
(ISBN: 978-1910113004)
Either way, the fate of Earth will be decided.

John Lupton is delighted to announce the publication of his new adventure novel, "Peter Black: The Trials."

...Separated from his family and Claire Smith, the girl he deeply loves, Peter Black finds himself propelled center stage in a savage contest. Pitted against the evil Prince of Pillatar, Peter will need all his skills and wits to complete these brutal trials. Nothing less than the fate of Earth itself is at stake in this galactic contest.

As part of a special once-off promotional campaign this delightful read is currently available for free as an ebook through Amazon, but only until November 18th 2013.

To avail of this great offer one does not need to have a Kindle device, in fact, "Peter Black; The Trials" can be read on nearly any Computer, Tablet or Smartphone using one of Amazon’s free applications.

John A. Lupton Publications.

www.johnalupton.com

For more information on this promotional offer please use the URLs below.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GJA8RUK

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?docId=1000493771

Contact Information:
John Lupton
+353 0877767871
Contact via Email

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