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“How much will one man risk to solve the unsolvable?”
‘Solving Cadence Moore’
by Gregory Sterner
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The complimentary download of this intriguing and unique storyline, was sent to me by the lovely Kelsey, from Book Publicity Services.

I always look forward to receiving Kelsey’s emails, as I can rely on Book Publicity Services for a read that is just a little out of the ordinary and offering debut authors a showcase for their writing.

SOLVING CADENCE MOORE

Cover image of the book 'Solving Cadence Moore' by author Gregory SternerHow much will one man risk to solve the unsolvable?

Ten years ago, famous young singer Cadence Moore disappeared without a trace on a remote highway in western Pennsylvania. To this day her fate remains unknown. Was she kidnapped or murdered? Or did she simply run away in search of a new life, leaving behind the abuse and heartbreak that haunted her?

Charlie Marx, host of the popular conspiracy radio show “Underground Broadcast,” is obsessed with Cadence. Desperate to find her after deceiving his boss to save his job, he launches an investigation of his own, digging deep into the missing woman’s past and uncovering her darkest secrets. Working feverishly for weeks, he claims to have solved the mystery and promises to reveal Cadence’s fate at the end of a groundbreaking podcast series and live radio special.

But is it all a lie? As years of twisted details slowly unravel, Charlie races to solve the biggest mystery of the decade. If he succeeds, it will mean closure for Cadence. If he fails, his entire world will come crashing down live on air–and the truth may be lost forever.

GREGORY STERNER

Image of author Gregory SternerGregory Sterner is an author who enjoys mystery novels, philosophy, conspiracy theory stories, and true crime; and is inspired by the great storytelling presentations of National Public Radio, including This American Life and Wiretap; as well as novels by Stephen King, Elmore Leonard, and many others.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Albright College and is currently completing his master’s thesis in philosophy at West Chester University, while working as a supervisor for Penske Truck Leasing.

Gregory lives with his wife and children in Reading, Pennsylvania.

Solving Cadence Moore is his debut novel.

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Image of author Gregory Sterner“My debut mystery novel Solving Cadence Moore was released on November 7th, 2017. I have learned so far in my brief membership in the worldwide club of published authors that it is wise to listen to feedback, especially from publishers or agents who have had more success than you.

One has to be flexible and open to collaboration in order to move forward in the process of getting your novel published. I think it’s important to embrace inspiration when it comes and don’t be afraid to take risks, as long as you do so in the parameters of good writing and good reading. It can be easy to push things too far if you don’t have in mind what a potential wide readership might enjoy.

I’m still learning and feel lucky to have been granted the opportunity to get a novel published, in my case by Aperture Press, LLC in Reading, PA.”


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