James Hankins, author of Shady Cross, on tour February/March 2015

Posted By on December 12, 2014

Shady CrossAbout Shady Cross

Paperback: 308 pages

Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (February 24, 2015)

In one hand, small-time crook Stokes holds a backpack stuffed with someone else’s money—three hundred and fifty thousand dollars of it.

In the other hand, Stokes has a cell phone, which he found with the money. On the line, a little girl he doesn’t know asks, “Daddy? Are you coming to get me? They say if you give them the money they’ll let you take me home.”

From bestselling author James Hankins comes a wrenching story of an unscrupulous man torn between his survival instincts and the plight of a true innocent. Faced with the choice, Stokes discovers his conscience might not be as corroded as he thought.

[A] fine, offbeat novel . . . the author’s skill in bringing this off is magical, since Stokes is not an engaging rogue . . . a novel crammed with crackling dialogue and characters who are, unfortunately, all too true to life.”–Booklist 

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imagesAbout James Hankins

Bestselling author James Hankins pursued writing at an early age. While attending NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, he received the Chris Columbus Screenwriting Award. After career detours into screenwriting, health administration, and the law, Hankins recommitted himself to writing fiction. Since then, he has written three popular thrillers, each of which spent time in the Kindle Top 100. Additionally, Brothers and Bones received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews and was named to their list of Best Books of 2013, while both Jack of Spades and Drawnwere Amazon #1 bestsellers. He lives with his wife and twin sons just north of Boston.

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James Hankins TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Tuesday, February 24th: Vic’s Media Room 

Wednesday, February 25th:  Book Dilettante

Thursday, February 26th: Bell, Book & Candle

Friday, February 27th: 5 Minutes for Books

Monday, March 2nd: You Can Read Me Anything

Wednesday, March 4th: Life is Story

Thursday, March 5th: Musings of a Bookish Kitty

Monday, March 9th: Daily Mayo

Tuesday, March 10th: A Chick Who Reads

Thursday, March 12th: Kissin Blue Karen

Monday, March 16th: FictionZeal

Thursday, March 19th: Building Bookshelves

Monday, March 23rd: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Wednesday, March 25th: Booksie’s Blog

Monday, March 30th: Brooke Blogs

Sunday, April 19th: Patricia’s Wisdom

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