Monday, June 27, 2011

Served Cold, a thriller by Chuck Waldron

I wanted to let you know that my latest self-published novel, Served Cold, is now in print, and selling. I owe a lot to the time spent with you in your workshops and hope to attend more in the future. Now that I am back from Florida I will be looking at your schedule.
Chuck Waldron

Served Cold, by Chuck Waldron
Chuck Waldron has released his third novel, Served Cold. This new thriller is the story of two family patriarchs, locked in a deadly feud, where nothing less than hot-blooded vengeance will be enough. The story spans decades and reaches from the quiet countryside of rural Ontario to a tranquil artist’s studio in Tucson, Arizona. What happens in between isn’t quiet or tranquil.

For two families, a dish served cold is not on the menu. Nothing less than hot-blooded vengeance will do. A lover is killed, a family is targeted in retaliation, and a body guard goes into hiding with a newborn. A young heir, hearing the story, faces a choice: to succumb to the passion of vengeance, or forego the desire for retribution pulsing in his veins.

"It’s a tale of romance, but also of unimaginable hate, an action-filled page-turner of a novel with dramatic chase scenes, a deathbed confession, a love story, and three generations of feuding that all get started because of a stupid rivalry between two bullheaded tycoons."
~ The Record, Kitchener-Waterloo. Full review here.

Served Cold is immediately available for order online at 

Chuck Waldron has been writing short stories and novels for over twenty-five years, enjoying writing groups and workshops in Ontario, Florida, Iowa and Georgia. He is currently working on his fourth novel, a dystopic story about an investigative blogger who uncovers a terrifying secret . . . and doesn’t know what to do with his discovery.

His first novel, Tears in the Dust, is a mystery set against the backdrop of the Spanish Civil War in 1937.  His second, Remington and the Mysterious Fedora, is a quirky fantasy, a story about what happens when a young man sits at the keyboard of an old, manual typewriter and a mysterious fedora begins to whisper an incredible story to him.
Additional information about Chuck’s novels can be found by visiting 

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