New Release Books by Glen Apseloff

Glen Apseloff is the author of Dying to Remember (2015), Thriller Almanac (2014), Lethal Cure (2013), The Chipmunk Book (2014), Overdose (2013) and other 2 books.

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Dying to Remember

release date: Jun 02, 2015
Dying to Remember
When Dr. Christopher Barnes awakens from a coma, his world lies in pieces. A neurotoxin has left the surgeon with a rare form of amnesia that prevents him from forming new memories. Any new information vanishes within moments. Then he learns that his wife has been murdered and he ll have to relearn this every day. He vows to solve the case himself, but the police have their own theory one that puts him at the center of a conspiracy to commit homicide. Barnes spends his days piecing the crime together and trying to separate friend from foe. The more the cops build their case against him, the closer he gets to the truth but the deeper he falls into danger."

Thriller Almanac

release date: Dec 19, 2014
Thriller Almanac
Secrets and Serial Killers This FREE collection features excerpts from eight exciting mystery/thrillers! In David Morrell’s The Protector, Agent Cavanaugh must defend a brilliant scientist with a secret so extraordinary he needs to disappear and adopt a new identity. In Glen Apseloff’s Lethal Cure, Dr. Jake Warner battles the mysterious deaths of his patients as well as his own memory loss in an adventure that takes him from the ER to the streets of Venice. Diane Fanning’s The Trophy Exchange introduces Detective Lucinda Pierce who tracks a serial killer, suspecting that a respected international relief worker may be hiding a deadly secret. In J.E. Fishman’s The Dark Pool, insatiable Wall Street players have wagered everything on certain real-world outcomes—and won't hesitate to pay off their claims with the blood of others. In G.D. Gearino’s Counting Coup, a bored and cynical newspaper columnist falls in love with a beautiful woman and gets mixed up with her violent ex-husband and his a million-dollar fraud scheme. In James Hankins’ Jack of Spades, a twisted serial killer is terrorizing Massachusetts and it's up to Detective John Spader to find the man beneath the mask. Kathleen Taylor’s Funeral Food introduces a sleepy town where nothing ever happens...until the body of a missionary is found in the broom closet of the Delphi Café, and waitress Tory Bauer is drawn into investigating this real-life mystery. In Steve Winshel’s A Twisted Path, ex-cop Bill Furyk is pulled into a murder investigation, and discovers a brutal, cruel, conspiracy that destroys lives and protects the powerful.

Lethal Cure

release date: Dec 05, 2013
Lethal Cure
From the award-winning author of OVERDOSE and DYING TO REMEMBER “This medical thriller is chock-full of fascinating ideas—memory erasure, memory transfer, the military applications of memory—that will hook readers almost immediately.” --Publishers Weekly "The book moves forward with impressive momentum . . . Like running up a spiral staircase--you might see where it's going, but the twists will leave you dizzy." --Kirkus Reviews A teenage girl hobbles into the emergency room on the stump of an amputated leg, only to die in the arms of medical resident Jake Warner. She leaves behind a handgun, a strange diary, and many unanswered questions. Haunted by his inability to save the girl, Jake photocopies the diary before turning it over to the police. Days later another patient in Jake’s care unexpectedly dies, and he discovers that he has somehow forgotten everything from the entire day when he was treating the young man. Seemingly by coincidence he also wins a free vacation in Europe. Although the trip comes with unusual restrictions, he accepts and brings the girl’s diary with him. On the streets of Milan, Jake witnesses a mugging and helps the victim, a tourist named Tykeria. They fall in love, and together they try to figure out the connections among the deaths, the diary, and Jake’s forgotten day. But Jake’s problems, including his memory loss, keep getting worse. Somehow he must cross the void of lost memories to reveal the true cause of his patient’s deaths—and to save himself.

The Chipmunk Book

release date: Oct 28, 2014
The Chipmunk Book
Chipmunks are just like you and me. Author and wildlife photographer Glen Apseloff focuses his efforts and his lens on capturing the antics of chipmunks in this whimsical depiction of the animals that frequent his deck. Drawn by the seeds and peanuts that he puts out for the birds, chipmunks find themselves driving miniature cars, riding motorcycles, piloting a boat, and dining at a café. Chipmunks even celebrate holidays—Halloween, Valentine’s Day, and Christmas—and help fairy-tale characters like Little Bo Peep! With clever props and photographic skill, Apseloff captures 64 striking color images of these little yet larger-than-life creatures caught in odd situations and comical poses – a gentle and hilarious reminder that conservation efforts begin in our own backyards. Written for adults, yet ideal for children. Includes bonus section with photography tips.

Overdose

release date: Dec 03, 2013
Overdose
SPRING SALE! (regular price $3.99) From the award-winning author of DYING TO REMEMBER and LETHAL CURE Dr. Emily Morrison undertakes a controversial drug study over protests from fringe groups and even some colleagues. Soon she’s facing death threats and a letter bomb that maims her secretary. Then a young coed suddenly dies after taking the experimental medication. Emily figures out what killed the girl—not the study drug but DIFP, a toxic chemical from her lab. A diabetic, Emily discovers the same toxin in her insulin. But when the police find a bottle of DIFP in Emily’s office, she suddenly changes from victim to suspect. Then a professional killer comes after her, and he eliminates anyone who gets in the way. Emily knows she must confront this stalker on her terms, but she’ll have to do it without help, using only the element of surprise. And that’s just her first step in uncovering the truth – she needs to find out who hired the killer before someone else tries to finish what he started. "An intriguing thriller set against a backdrop of clinical drug tests and medical research." — Kirkus Reviews

Backyard Birds

release date: Mar 12, 2013
Backyard Birds
Backyard Birds: Looking Through the Glass - What makes this book different from other backyard bird books is that every photograph was taken from inside the photographer's house, looking through closed windows into the yard. This book contains 125 color photos of birds visiting during all four seasons to this one suburban Midwestern home. The superb photography is combined with insightful tips for attracting, watching, and photographing birds, and it's loaded with interesting and often surprising facts about our backyard friends. You'll be amazed what you can see in a typical backyard, just by looking. This book will open your eyes to the beauty of nature that surrounds us.

The Ultimate Diet Tool Kit

release date: Jan 01, 1994
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