WAVE3News in “Derby City” features author of Deadly Lullaby

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Robert McClure, Author of Deadly Lullaby

Connie Leonard of WAVE3 News in Louisville, Kentucky, provides the local flavor for recently released eBook, Deadly Lullaby, penned by Louisville’s home grown lawyer and author Robert McClure.  Here are some excerpts:

A present-day, crime-fiction thriller, Deadly Lullaby comes from the legal mind of Louisville native Robert McClure.  “A lot of people are going to see it and hopefully love it, ” McClure said.  A couple clicks of a mouse and we see they already are. Many reader reviews on several sites give four stars to McClure’s work.

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The Murray State criminology major started building characters when he was a boy.

“I grew up right across the street from Churchill Downs,” he said. “My father was a gunsmith. He had a shop in our garage and later he moved the shop to 7th Street Road, which is notorious in its own right, back in those days.” The stories got better as the [duPont Manual High School] track athlete and football player matured. “I worked in dad’s shop and cops came in all the time and shady people came in, too,” he said.

To view Leonard’s full report, click hereDeadly Lullaby is published by Penguin-Random House and its digital book imprint, Alibi

Deadly Lullaby, by Robert McClure, published by Random House imprint AlibiAvailable as an eBook from any of the following digital retailers:

purchase from Amazon.com purchase from Barnes & Noble purchase from Kobo purchase from iTunes US purchase from Google Books find on Goodreads

Order it today for only $2.99!

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