Black Market Bones Audiobook in Production with Dane Petersen!

Dane Peterson is currently working on the audiobook version of Roberto Picado’s compelling new book Black Market Bones.

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Click below for a free preview of Black Market Bones by Roberto Picado, Imzadi Publishing’s newest author. This amazing book is receiving rave reviews for a good reason.

Check out the reviews below and then buy your copy today!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

AlexS – Great characters that suck you in
October 24, 2021

Descriptive pose that make for an intriguing story with well developed characters. Definitely an unusual tale though which aired on the darker side of things at times and yet I still found it to be an enjoyable read.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Ben Z. – Great Read
September 5, 2001

This has a certain aspect of the writings of Steven King, but I’m not sure if I would classify it as horror necessarily. Definitely has elements of a thriller، great read overall.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Kim M. – Solid character development
September 5, 2001

The characters, dialogues, story line, everything is awesome in this book. I really enjoyed it. Best wishes for the author.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Honora Logan – Good Book!
September 8, 2001

I highly recommend this book. Well written. Lots of twists and turns. Hope there will be a second book!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

D.M. Sorlie – Excellent Read
September 8, 2001

Interesting storyline. The author did a great job writing about an Arizona that’s never talked about but should be. I won’t say too much to give it away, but the mother’s quest was incredible. It glues you to the pages. Be prepared to stay up late reading.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Botkin – Chillingly Good!
September 24, 2001

This is an unusual storyline, but so captivating! The way the author develops the characters, and the depiction of Arizona for this storyline was superb. Great read. I highly recommend!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Joshua David Cain – A great thriller!
September 9, 2001

This was a wonderful book and I enjoyed all of the details regarding Arizona. This book was full of action and adventure. I enjoyed it tremendously.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Mary Kane – Can’t wait to read more from this author!
September 5, 2001

What a Great thriller novel!! This book will seriously keep you on the edge of your seat from Page 1 to the end!! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

RS – Great book, awesome adventure
September 2, 2001

I like the book, i was hard to lay it aside. The story is well written and the characters are deep and interesting. After i saw the cover, my first thought was, it might be a comic. “Sadly” it was not, cause I like the style of that cover! Nevertheless, great book!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

bookworm3412 – Quite enjoyable!
September 5, 2001

This book was really fun with the solid character development, candid dialogue and vivid descriptions. Some dark and somewhat disturbing elements, which are tasteful. The unique situations combined with topical events and unexpected twists make it a real page-turner. Nice Work!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Jon. – Fun characters, fun story
September 5, 2001

This book was fun to read with well crafted characters and an enjoyable plot!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Lacee Pedro
September 5, 2001

This book is engaging and fast paced. It was very well written and I enjoyed the whole book!

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Rose Anderson – Wild ride of a story with very memorable characters
October 8, 2001

This is a great, interesting, wild ride of a story with very memorable characters, but the writing is not consistently high quality. Sometimes it’s very clear and descriptive, sometimes not so much. It’s almost as if different people wrote different sections. I think a good developmental editor could help polish this into a really top-notch book.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Dan – A book that sticks with you
September 8, 2001

Black Market Bones was an unusual tale. One filled with unique characters and dark scenarios. But ultimately it really stuck with me. The writer did an excellent job of painting unique, detailed characters who jumped off the page.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Diego Gimar – I really enjoyed it!!
October 17, 2001

This is a unique story of revenge, redemption, depravity, loss, trauma and bad choices that bring a cast of characters together in the Arizona desert. One mother, one immoral conman, and a man hired to locate bones in the desert. How are these three people connected…the bones in the desert have the answers.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Jenn – Thriller
September 21, 2001

Great read!

‘The Weight of Living’ named Finalist in Book Excellence Awards

We at Imzadi Publishing couldn’t be happier for Michael Daigle and his book The Weight of Living. This is powerful story well deserving of all the praise it has been receiving.

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An interesting and thoughtful review of Jerry Gerold’s “Faith Lost”…a truly unique story.

Imzadi Publishing – New Releases

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000039_00073]It has been a busy busy time for Imzadi Publishing this spring beginning with the release of Marc Cullison’s follow-up novel to The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam, Vietnam Again.

The Other Vietnam War gives the reader some insight into what Marc went through in Vietnam. Not simply the struggles one would expect with experiencing life and death situations but the ethical dilemma’s one would experience as well. It is a truly unique perspective on the Vietnam War.

Vietnam Again takes place 40 years later when out of the blue Marc receive’s a phone call inviting him to accompany other Vietnam Vets on a trip back to the scene of so much trauma and upheaval, back to a place he thought he would never return to…a place he never wanted to return to.

Another fascinating read from Mr. Cullison!

The Weight of LivingThen April was upon us and the release date for the third installment of Michael Stephen Daigle’s Frank Nagler Mystery Series, The Weight of Living was quickly approaching.

This series takes place in Ironton, NJ, a dilapidated old steel town swamp deep in well developed, deep characters that anyone can relate to. Yes, that was a nod to The Swamps of Jersey, the first book in this series.

Mr. Daigle, like his character Det. Frank Nagler, doesn’t shy away from tough subjects, this book is certainly no exception.

The Weight of Living opens with a young girl dressed only in a tank top and shorts found sitting in a dumpster. She is freezing in her exposed state, shaking from the cold on a snowy New Jersey night but she sits frozen in place as though afraid to move from where she is. How did she get there? Why didn’t she ask for help? Why won’t she talk to anyone? The search for the girl’s identity begins a journey that leads Frank Nagler deep down into Ironton’s underbelly where long held secrets have been protected for decades.

I warn you, once you pick it up you won’t want to put it down. This series is addictive!

Whew! See, we have been busy at Imzadi Publishing and we have something for everyone! If you have something you would like to submit to Imzadi Publishing visit our website for our submission guidelines, we are always looking for new manuscripts in any genre.

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