Praise for Deadly Lullaby from Strand Magazine

Strand Magazine reviewer and Andrew Gulli praise Deadly Lullaby“One of our reviewers read Deadly Lullaby and thought it was fantastic gripping debut!”  This praise was recently discovered in a post to the Visitors Posts column on the Alibi Facebook page by none other than Andrew Gulli, Editor-in-Chief of Strand Magazine.  Robert McClure thanked Gulli for posting this praise, stating:

Andrew, thank you so much for your generous comment. The praise is very gratifying coming from you! Hope you don’t mind if I quote you!” Gulli replied, “Please do and keep up the good work!!!”  In a follow-up exchange between the two, Gulli conveyed that, since his post on Alibi’s Facebook page, Gulli “read it and loved it” too! 

Strand Magazine, established in 1861, has been a popular source for the best in fiction for centuries.  Gulli also was the Editor and one of 26 best selling authors of the New York Times best seller, No Rest for the Dead, released in July 2011 by Simon & Schuster.  You can read more about the collaboration behind this best seller in an article published in the Chicago Tribune (click here to read).

Again, the bloggers here at thank Andrew Gulli for giving permission to quote his praise for Deadly Lullaby!  For additional praise and 5 Star reviews of Deadly Lullaby, go to our Reviews page (click here).  To read the synopsis of Deadly Lullaby, click here.  And be sure to explore our Blog for book excerpts, news about the virtual book tour, interviews of the author and much more (click here). 

Deadly Lullaby is offered as an eBook by Alibi, the eOriginals mystery & suspense division of Penguin-Random House, and is available from all major eBook retailers.  For order information, check out our Order page (click here).


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