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Tallent & Lowery 13 The Adventure Begins!

Tallent & Lowery 13

The Adventure Begins!

In 1902, on the fifth floor of Carnegie Hall, thirteen people came together to continue a tradition that had been set in stone thousands of years before.

In 2011, Leah Tallent is Head of Research at the New York Public Library. Brilliant and cynical, she enjoys her quiet existence among the book stacks. Leah has no idea that she’s about to meet up with a man on a fanatical quest.

Gareth Lowery has given up everything to find the ultimate ‘prize.’ His life’s pursuit has been to retrieve twelve keys that will unlock the biggest secret mankind has ever kept.  Donovan Barker is Gareth’s partner, pushing and prodding him to continue his quest no matter what the consequences…or the cost.

Tallent and Lowery embark on a whirlwind treasure hunt that will have astrological, religious, and passionate repercussions. Gareth and Leah will quickly learn that the theory of duality is correct:  For every bad there is a good and, for Heaven, there most assuredly exists…Hell.

This is how it all begins.  This is how the world of Tallent & Lowery is opened up to readers to fascinate, awe, excite, and offer pure adventure and sincere fun to everyone who downloads a copy.

The author, A.E. Lignor, has spent her life behind a keyboard.  Publishing historical romance in the form of, The Heart of a Legend; to entering the science fiction/fantasy world with her title, Mind Made, A.E. has evolved with the publishing industry as time has gone on.  Once the Editor-in-Chief of an east coast publishing house, A.E. is now the owner of two businesses in the literary realm.  She is the owner/operator of The Write Companion, offering ghostwriting, editing, reviews, and interviews, as well as being a top reviewer and interviewer for a slew of magazines and websites.

A.E. is the woman behind the much-beloved blog of humor called A Yankee State of Mind, (which is featured on everything from The Write Companion to Humor Outcasts, to The Feathered Quill, and has also just become the Publisher for a brand new company called Precious gems Publishing.  As you can see, A.E. spends all her time creating and searching for the ‘gems’ in the publishing world that the big houses are completely overlooking.

With this new series, Leah Tallent and Gareth Lowery – starring in seven books – will be finding themselves in locations and situations that fit together like puzzle pieces, as they unveil mysteries of historical and monumental proportions.  After 13 has come to a close, readers will be taken on a new adventure titled, The Sapphire Storm – beginning in England, where the world of a “fake” Shakespeare comes into play.  They will head to the tombs of Petra and the caves of Qumran over-looking the Dead Sea, leading to a little-known location that was once owned by Queen Cleopatra called Cleopatra’s Mines.

From there, the reader will become lost in The Heroes Companion, where they are taken to Greece and this intrepid librarian uncovers a lost treasure that will lead to a moment in time when the actual Fuhrer went to an island to find The Charlatan’s Crown.  The sword of the Archangel Michael will be introduced, as readers journey into the Palace of Knossos to discover what was left over in present day to find, and solve a mystery that no one knows anything about.

Rasputin and a strange ‘egg’ comes next, as a world of intrigue and mystery is unveiled.  And, finally, to a climax that will have people truly shocked, speaking to each other at the water coolers and on their cell phones as they ‘fall’ across a story based on history – that they never even knew existed.

The adventures of Tallent & Lowery are about to set the fiction world on Fire!  And readers will be thrilled to know that the whole thing is based on a very simple fact that has been headlining Newsweek and other major magazines – mysterious data that was buried years ago involving…the 13th sign!

Join the adventure!

For more Information Go To:

www.preciousgemspublishing.com

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LC11Q4

For More Information on A.E. Lignor, or to read articles/reviews by the author, go to:

www.thewritecompanion.com

www.thefeatheredquill.com

www.HumorOutcasts.com

www.facebook.com/alignor

twitter.com/hellowritersamy

www.bookpleasures.com

https://www.shewrites.com/profile/AmyLignor?xg_source=activity

http://rubyforwomen.com/ruby-blogger-of-the-weekamy-lignor-of-the-write-companion

rubyforwomen.ning.com/profile/AmyLignor

…and many more!

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