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George A Bernstein
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Just released THE PROM DRESS KILLER, the 3rd of my Detective Al Warner suspense novels, and the book editor for Florida Weekly has posted a great review. See it here:
http://fortmyers.floridaweekly.com/news/2017-07-19/PDF/Page_049.pdf

It's available in print and Kindle (unlimited, too)

Looking for more reviewers, so drop me a line at: suspenseguy (at) aol.com

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Here's an exciting new BONUS offer. My first novel, TRAPPED, which is loaded with 5-star reviews (Most common comment: "I couldn't put it down."), is now available as an audio book. My narrator did a terrific job of expressing the emotions that go into the characters, and I couldn't be happier. Listeners should be aware that there are a few moderately graphic sex scenes that are NOT gratuitous, but are an integral part of the story.

HERE'S THE bonus offer: Purchase the audio version of TRAPPED, and e-mail a copy of the confirmed purchase @ $24.9 to: info@GnDpubllc.com, and I'll mail you a FREE, author-signed print copy of my 5-Star reviewed Paranormal Romantic Suspense, A 3rd TIME TO DIE, a $15.95 value.

The audio book, TRAPPED, is available at Audible.com at the link below:

http://www.audible.com/pd/Mysteries-Thrillers/Trapped-Audiobook/B01N5MTOUL/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1484074689&sr=1-1

If you buy the book, please go on Audible.com and, if you choose, the Goodreads site and leave an honest review. Hopefully, they'll be 5-Star, but whatever they are, I appreciate your time and effort.

And BTW, the audio version of my first Detective Al Warner series is now available as an audio book, too. I'll honor the free book (above) for a purchase of this audio book, too. The Midwest Book Review (The NY TImes of the Midwest) called it "A masterfully crafted suspense thriller from beginning to end, "Death's Angel" is a terrifically absorbing read and very highly recommended." The narrator did a terrific job.

The first if my Detective Al Warner series, DEATH'S ANGEL, is now on Audible (also available at Amazon). Beautifully narrated by Nate Weiland, a little less than 9 hours of non-stop tension, with an ending you never suspect.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2V63X0

A serial killer is prowling the streets of South Florida for the 2nd time in less than a year, systematically killing beautiful young women. Crack homicide detective, Al Warner, just back from injury leave, battles his own demons while chasing this clever psychopath.
Warner is physically recovered from a head wound stemming from a deadly shoot-out, but sleep is compromised by horrific post-traumatic-stress nightmares.
Warner's romance with Sharon Clark deteriorates, aggravated by sleepless nights and the tension of a stalled investigation. Beautiful young women continue to die, and Warner discovers the killer thinks of himself as Angel de Dios, the Angel of God. The press labels him the "The Angel of Death.” More beauties die as Warner struggles with terrifying dreams and his failing relationship with Sharon.
In the end, Warner is again thrust into a battle to the death with an unlikely foe, with Sharon’s life the final prize

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Exciting news. My first novel, TRAPPED, which is loaded with 5-star reviews (Most common comment: "I couldn't put it down."), is now available as an audio book. My "Producer" did a terrific job of expressing the emotions that go into the characters, and I couldn't be happier. Listeners should be aware that there are a few moderately graphic sex scenes that are NOT gratuitous, but are an integral part of the story.

The audio book is available at Audible.com at the link below:

http://www.audible.com/pd/Mysteries-Thrillers/Trapped-Audiobook/B01N5MTOUL/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1484074689&sr=1-1

It's also available at Amazon at a discount: https://www.amazon.com/Trapped/dp/B01N9OUOXG/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

If you buy the book, please go on Audible.com and/or the Amazon site and leave an honest review. Hopefully, they'll be 5-Star and that helps sales. Here's the link:

Thanks in advance for your support.

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My 2nd Detective Al Warner novel, BORN TO DIE, is on a Kindle Countdown promo, starting at $0.99 on Nov. 29, and going up to $1.99 late on Nov. 30 (usually $4.99. The promotion ends on Dec. 3. Don't miss a chance to get this 5-Star reviewed novel, where Al Warner, on medical leave after a shootout at the end of DEATH'S ANGEL, helps Casey, a beautiful nurse, investigate a suspicious rash of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) deaths of 6-month-old boys. Casey's obsession eventually puts her life in mortal danger, and only Warner can save her if he can find her in time. As usua, my readers are in for a surprise ending.

Become a Warner fan. Readers liken him to Patterson's Alex Cross.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B016V6P7EK

The 3rd Ai warner novel should be out by early Jan.

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The first of my Detective Al Warner novels, DEATH'S ANGEL, is going on Kindle Countdown for 5 days, starting at $0.99 on October 30. It goest to $1.99 on Nov. 1. The Midwest Bookreview (sort of the NY Times of the Midwest) call it "A masterfully crafted suspense thriller from beginning to end, "Death's Angel" is a terrifically absorbing read and very highly recommended." Find it at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2V63X0.

It's also free through Nov. 3 on Kindle Unlimited.

Al Warner is often compared to Patterson's Alex Cross.

I keep getting more rave reviews for BORN TO DIE, which is really great. I'm nearly half finished with the 3rd in the Wraner series, and so far my critiqiue groupo of 4 other fine published authors love the characters and where it's going. I may post some excerpts when it;s nearer completion. Right now, my characters seem to be managing the plot.

Here's anpther great review of BORN TO DIE from my entry in the Readers Favorite contest

4-Stars Reviewed By Darryl Greer for Readers’ Favorite 06/11/2016

What the hell’s going on? I had to ask myself this question time after time as I read George A Bernstein’s Born To Die. The mystery and intrigue are threaded throughout the whole story and, until you come within sight of the conclusion, it is difficult to grasp exactly what is happening. It is a true mystery, dripping with intrigue, a real page turner. The characters are real, the dialogue believable, and descriptive narrative makes it easy to visualize the scenes. Right from the outset, even in the Prologue, the reader is drawn straight into the action with the kidnapping of a senator’s daughter, an event which will become relevant later in the story. Born to Die is a cracking story, a riveting read, and will keep the reader hooked through to its dramatic denouement.

Another great review of BORN TO DIE from Reader's Favorites

4-Stars Reviewed By Darryl Greer for Readers’ Favorite 06/11/2016

What the hell’s going on? I had to ask myself this question time after time as I read George A Bernstein’s Born To Die. The mystery and intrigue are threaded throughout the whole story and, until you come within sight of the conclusion, it is difficult to grasp exactly what is happening. It is a true mystery, dripping with intrigue, a real page turner. The characters are real, the dialogue believable, and descriptive narrative makes it easy to visualize the scenes. Right from the outset, even in the Prologue, the reader is drawn straight into the action with the kidnapping of a senator’s daughter, an event which will become relevant later in the story. Born to Die is a cracking story, a riveting read, and will keep the reader hooked through to its dramatic denouement.

Okay, here’s “the rest of the story,” on my Past Life experiences.
As many of you may know, I’m considered a “World-Class” fisherman, having held a baker’s dozen IGFA World Records. I was one of the early proponents of Catch-and-Release, following famous sportsman Lee Wulff’s admonition, “A trophy fish is too valuable an asset to catch only once.”
But there was one exception for me: sharks! I had an almost compulsive need to kill every shark I could. I rationalize this by saying that they are prehistoric creatures that should have died off thousands iof years ago. There are a multitude of predators and scavengers in the ocean that can do the sharks job without them. Tye are no longer necessary in our oceans. Frankly, I’ve always HATED sharks!
And then, while doing a Past Life regression, I found myself as a South Pacific island chief, married and totally in love with my childhood sweetheart. This was supposedly 1000 years ago, give or take. Then, while taking her usual morning swim in our bay, that center of my world was killed and partially consumed by a tiger shark. We went after that beast in our canoes and I killed it… and I’ve been after sharks ever since!
So, is Past Life regression just a trick of the subconscious, or can we really remember past existences? If not, how can I explain my skill with a bow and long guns, or my unreasoned hatred for sharks? Or how people, during hypnotic regression sessions, speak foreign… and sometimes… dead languages they never learned. It certainly might explain sometimes mystical skills of children… things they were never taught…

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