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Dulce Juvet
Posted on Sunday, December 11, 2005 - 8:15 pm:   


Your book club will love the latest legal thriller set in Toronto by Mary E. Martin. A murder plot, a money laundering scheme and a love story together, propel the reader through major questions for the protagonist lawyer, Harry Jenkins, such as:

How much money is enough? How do we find the courage to live the lives we really want? If we turn a blind eye to fraud, are we not complicit?

Much more than just another mystery story, this novel will get you thinking about these issues and many more.

In the following scene, the protagonist, Harry Jenkins, a Toronto lawyer comes face to face with the Florist.
"Harry looked up into the Florist's eyes. True monsters had no special quality, he thought. The man possessed no strange and frightening aspect, setting him apart from the rest of humanity. If anything, he exuded charismatic charm. But Harry could see at a glance that some fundamental building block of a human being was absent. Having no centre, the Florist was a jumble of sharp-edged jig saw pieces from a dozen different puzzles and where humanity should have been, Harry saw only the chaos and banality of evil. Harry had come unarmed."
This novel is available in selected Chapters, Indigo and Coles stores and at most on line bookstores.

Mary E. Martin is signing books at six Coles and Chapters/Indigo stores the week of the 12th of December. For a list of times, dates and locations, please email memacom@yahoo.com

Robert Denson of Sunpiper Press Book Reviews has compared Martin's Conduct in Question to the work of well established writers such as Patricia Cornwell, Walter Mosley and John Grisham. Not only can she hold her own with them, but her ability, at times, outshines them all. A copy of that review is available by emailing memacom@yahoo.com

Should a reading group wish, Mary E. Martin would be delighted to attend a meeting to discuss Conduct in Question. Any interested group should send an email to memacom@yahoo.com

The first book club member sending an email enquiring about availability of the author to attend such a meeting, will receive a free signed copy of Conduct in Question.

Look forward to hearing from you!
Mirella Patzer
Posted on Wednesday, March 23, 2005 - 7:58 pm:   

Heinrich the Fowler - Father of the Ottonian Empire.

I am the author of the above book, and I would be thrilled if your book store carried it!

A wonderful addition to your bookstore!

A Sweeping Novel of Medieval Times

Mirella Patzer is proud to announce the release of her debut novel, the first in a trilogy, that begins the saga of Otto the Great, his family, his life, his loves.

The turbulent clashes and destinies of the people caught in this medieval tale are magnificently woven in this sweeping novel of power, passion, loyalty, and lies.

Amidst bloody wars, scheming dukes, towns under siege, and virtuous women, Duke Heinrich of Saxony Germany and his wife, Matilda, conquer the world of their times.

History and fiction combine to bring to life this tangled, tempestuous era.

Published by



I.S.B.N. 1-4137-3440-5

The book is also available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble

Thank you very much for your kind consideration.

Mirella Patzer


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