Cancelled: Stamps to Die For

Stamps to die forCancelled: Stamps to Die For
By Janet Feduska Cole
Published by Pegasus Books*, January 31, 2013
ISBN-10:0983260842
ISBN-13:978-0983260844
ASIN: B00B3D97XY
194 pages
File Size: 265 KB
Retail Cost: $13-$14.95, paperback, $5.95, e-book
Available at:
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Pegasus Books | Anderson Book Shops | Author’s Website for signed copy
Synopsis:
Cancelled: Stamps to Die For is fiction enhanced with historical fact. Elyse, a freelance journalist turns Nazi treasure hunter as she researches the subject of philately for an article she is writing. During the process, she becomes reacquainted with a former college friend and lab partner who is also an avid stamp collector. The re-association with her old friend, Karl, exposes her to unanticipated mystery, deceit, and danger as she engages in the hunt for the Lunersee Stamps, stolen by the Nazis from a concentration camp victim and thought to be buried in or near an alpine lake in Austria.
Janet ColeAbout the Author:
Janet Feduska Cole, originally from southwestern Pennsylvania, lives in the Chicago area with her husband, a retired business executive, and two dogs: Elmer and Elsie. Janet has worked for more than 20 years as a marketing and technical writer. An environmental advocate and former rock climber and white water rafter, Janet enjoys weaving her own adventures into her fiction.
Website: http://Janetfcole.com
* Publisher, Pegasus Books, is not to be confused with the British vanity publishers. Cole wrote, “I paid noth-ing to have this book published and marketed. (Some people think Pegasus Books is a vanity publishers, which it isn’t.)
Disclaimer:
**Black Lilac Kitty Book Promotion has not verified Cole’s claim. We ask that each individual do their own research and decide for yourselves.***

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  1. This brought up memories of my very young days when a girlfriend and I started collecting and trading stamps. It was so much fun. Love the concept of the book.

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