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My literary thriller Radiant Night is now on sale

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Dear Friends,

 

I’m happy to announce that my novel Radiant Night was published September 18!

 

Radiant Night is about Ludwig Mason, the only Marine to have survived an explosion that reduced his military Humvee to a smoldering wreck in war-torn Fallujah. Back home on American soil, the 28-year-old Iraq War vet struggles through the traumatized, booze- and drug-addled aftermath. He fears that he’s lost his family, his friends, and his last chance at anything when something like fate intervenes in the form of a mysterious stranger named Mrs. S.

 

The old fortune-teller tells Ludwig about an heirloom seized from her family by Nazis decades ago―a fabled tarot deck that has 23 major arcana cards instead of the customary 22. A deck that she believes is now located somewhere in Mobile, Alabama.

 

Radiant Night book cover

 

Whatever it was that brought Ludwig to Mrs. S.―be it chance, or fate―now draws him into an hallucinatory odyssey fraught with arcane symbols, danger, and paranoia as he ventures to retrieve the missing tarot deck and, with any luck, a piece of his own lost soul.

Initial reactions have been positive:

“A rich neo-noir thriller that feels as original as it does compelling.”

— Kirkus Reviews

“Lohier’s prose is enthralling. One dark secret dissolves into another, each one more treacherous and shocking. Ludwig Mason, broken and searching, is a character you’ll never forget; more than a hero or anti-hero, he is heartbreakingly human.”

— Matt Marinovich, author of The Winter Girl

 

I’m excited to share Radiant Night with you and hope you’ll enjoy it. Following are some links to leading online booksellers (it will also be available soon as an Audible audiobook, but I don’t have a link for that yet):

 

 

Thanks for your support!

 

Best regards,
Patrick

www.patricklohier.com

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@Delano the tarot card plot element may interest you.

 

@Patrick Lohier that was an excellent introduction to your book. I suggest use affiliate codes when you send people to websites to buy your book.

 

Glad to see you include an independent bookseller among the list. Most authors do not do this and it is so easy and important 

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