Stoneham author Leo Maloney will be celebrating the release of his book "Termination Orders," the first in a five-book series, at the Boston Public Library on Thursday, Sept. 6. Co-sponsored by The Book Oasis and HairMates Salon, the event is free and open to the public.
After successfully self-publishing the first version of "Termination Orders," Maloney's book had the good fortune to be noticed by a rep at Kensington Publishing. They signed him and his book will now get the national attention it deserves.
Based on the author's personal experience as a black ops contractor in several war zones, "Termination Orders" will keep you on the edge of your seat. Hero Dan Morgan is simultaneously hunted by a double-crossing CIA and Congress, vengeful foreign agents, a corporate drug ring, the Taliban, and narco-terrorists. It's a you-are-there action thriller of torture, assassination, betrayals and revenge, where nothing is as it seems.
This event will be held in the McKim Building (Dartmouth Street entrance), lower level A at 6 p.m. and should run until about 8:30 p.m. Maloney will be reading selections from the book as well as signing copies available for purchase that evening.
The Book Oasis has 12 awesome "Termination Orders" baseball caps to give away to the first 12 prepaid in-store orders. The book officially goes on sale Aug. 28.
For more information, contact Debbie Sullivan at The Book Oasis at 781-438-0077.