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We are pleased to see another great review for ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest!

Here is an excerpt:

“The author did an outstanding job of weaving all the story elements together and created a rich, spellbinding story. I highly recommend this as a great suspense/thriller for anyone who loves the genre.”

You can read the whole review here and feel free to leave a comment/reaction on the blog.
http://release-notes.blogspot.com/2011/06/review-eta-estimated-time-of-arrest.html


The title quickly intrigued me, being a student of current political history and geography as well as current events, a novel on the Basque Region and its fight for independence caught my immediate attention.


The structure, description of the events and characters via brief chapters makes you want to read on, as you know sooner or later, the reason for inclusion will be revealed–and you cannot wait! The plot unfolds with lots of intrigue and visualizing on the part of the reader. It forces you to project & attempt to scope out what will occur next, but you are never really sure.


Having spent a good portion of my life involved with many of the world’s cultures, yet having been raised in a very localized finite part of America, I could readily envision being right there in the Basque region experiencing what I was reading. Very well written and organized.


I understood the characters and the events that could create the plot as laid out; this is a thought provoking look at current events and what similar situations can lead too throughout the world.


The author seems to have such an intimate knowledge of people and events that you feel it is a story of a part of her life–True?

Printers Row Lit Fest took place this past weekend (june 4 and 5th in downtown Chicago) and it was a big success on many levels.

Miss Nyet Publishing shared a stand with another Chicago publisher this year, Avendia Publishing.

The stand felt very international, with Andre Frieden selling spy novels set in Russia, North Korea etc and Delphine Pontvieux’s own thriller which takes place in France and the Basque country.  We had a grand time interacting with the public who asked us many interesting questions throughout the weekend.

The weather cooperated this year. Save for a thunderstorm on Saturday evening that cut the day a little short, the weather was sunny and hot all weekend, and Chicagoans were out in full force to participate in the event.

This year at PRLF was especially exciting for us as we celebrated ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest’s win this year (the Indie Excellence Book Award) in the thriller category.

We thank everyone who purchased ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest and Pintxatu over the weekend and we encourage you to write your own reviews on Amazon, missnyet.com, goodreads etc…

Feel free to take a look at the photo gallery.


Dear all,

Check out this new article about Delphine Pontvieux on “profile of author” (profileofauthor.com)

http://profileofauthor.blogspot.com/2011/06/delphine-pontvieux-author-of-niea-award.html

We invite you to post your comments on their page.

 

 

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