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FAITH DEPARTED Now Available in iBooks

Faith Departed: Short Stories of Mystery, Crime, and Despair by Melissa M. Garcia is now available for download for your iPod, iTouch, and iPhone for only $1.99 in the iTunes store and iBooks App.

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About the Book:

A collection of five short stories written by mystery and crime author Melissa M. Garcia.

-In “Faith Departed,” a man struggles over a moral dilemma.
-A dying man requests the help of a seasoned detective to solve the mystery of his brother’s death in “The Other Son.”
-In “The Pond,” a young girl channels her evil side to ward off trespassers to her quiet seclusion.
-A man running late desperately struggles with the world for a cup of coffee in “Coffee Break.”
-In “Cross To Bear,” a priest tries to comfort a mysterious visitor.
-Also includes a free excerpt from STRANGER: A DEATH VALLEY MYSTERY, by Melissa M. Garcia.

http://www.amazon.com/Faith-Departed-Stories-Mystery-ebook/dp/B007YJVCQQ/

About the Author:

MELISSA M. GARCIA (@MelissaM_Garcia) is a member of Sisters in Crime and is the author of the online blog “Musings from a Crime Writer.” She graduated from California State University in Long Beach with a bachelor’s degree in English/Literature with a love of crime & mystery novels. Her first crime novel, FALLING ANGELS, was published in February 2006. Her most recent novel, STRANGER: A DEATH VALLEY MYSTERY was released in August 2010. Melissa published an e-book collection, FAITH DEPARTED: Short Stories of Mystery, Crime, and Despair in April 2012. She currently lives with her husband in Southern California and is at work on CHASING DEMONS, the sequel to FALLING ANGELS due out in Fall 2012. For more information, visit www.melissamgarcia.com.

Two hours had passed since the morning service. Sitting alone in St. Mary’s cathedral, Edward thought back on the life he had led up to this point. The voices he heard outside walking by and the cars driving past sounded like music streaming through his life, asking him to join the world again.
"Faith Departed" by Melissa M. Garcia

Faith Departed: Short Stories of Mystery, Crime, and Despair

FAITH DEPARTED: Short Stories of Mystery, Crime, and Despair by Author Melissa M. Garcia

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A collection of short stories written by mystery and crime author Melissa M. Garcia will be published in e-book format in April 2012.

In “Faith Departed,” a man struggles over a moral dilemma. A dying man requests the help of a seasoned detective to solve the mystery of his brother’s death in “The Other Son.”  In “The Pond,” a young girl channels her evil side to ward off trespassers to her quiet seclusion.  A man running late desperately struggles with the world for a cup of coffee in “Coffee Break.” In “Cross To Bear,” a priest tries to comfort a mysterious visitor.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

MELISSA M. GARCIA (@MelissaM_Garcia) is a member of Sisters in Crime and is the author of the online blog “Musings from a Crime Writer.” She graduated from California State University in Long Beach with a bachelor’s degree in English/literature with a love of crime & mystery novels. Her first crime novel, FALLING ANGELS, was published in February 2006. Her most recent novel, STRANGER: A DEATH VALLEY MYSTERY was released in August 2010. She currently lives with her husband in Southern California and is at work on CHASING DEMONS, the sequel to FALLING ANGELS due out in Fall 2012.

Visit www.melissamgarcia.com for more information.

Born in La Mirada, California, Melissa M. Garcia has lived most of her life in the sometimes gritty, but always entertaining landscape that is Southern California. She graduated from California State University in Long Beach with a degree in English/Literature. Garcia is the author of the Luc Actar crime series (including Falling Angels and Chasing Demons) and the Death Valley Mystery series (Stranger: A Death Valley Mystery). She has also published an e-book collection, Faith Departed: Short Stories of Mystery, Crime, and Despair.
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