Press Release: The Hypnotist now Available in Paperback

by Rachel Baker on May 3, 2011

The Hypnotist by M. J. Rose is now available in paperback.  It received a Publisher’s Weekly starred review and was an Indie Next pick for May.

Some Praise for the new addition:
“So cutting edge that the pages stop just short of slicing your fingers as you race to turn them. She draws us into a world totally of her own making, and the result is a slick, ambitious, and beautifully written tale.” -Jon Land, Providence Journal

“Riveting! MJ Rose is at the top of her game in this fast paced, literate and stylish tale set in the international world of art, archaeology and intrigue. THE HYPNOTIST is, dare I say, mesmerizing,” -Jeffrey Deaver, New York Times bestselling author

“A thrilling tale of past lives, art and international intrigue. Reincarnation, archeology and the art world are served up in an enjoyable and exciting infusion of danger and romance. “ – Marilyn Dahl, Shelf-Awareness.com

Recap of the story:
Written in her smooth, elegant style, and set in modern NYC and New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Hypnotist takes on the secret and disturbing world of international art theft.  Rose conjures up immoral players who lust and murder for ancient art relics in a story that links centuries of time. Art crime special agent, Lucien Glass, haunted by the murder of his artist lover delves into the provocative reality of past lives & reincarnation, and the ultimate question: who owns art?

And a short bio:
MJ Rose (www.mjrose.com) has been featured in Oprah Magazine, the New York Times, Newsweek, Time, USA Today, The Boston Globe, the Today Show, and NPR radio. She has published eleven novels, and since 2005 has run the first marketing company for authors: Authorbuzz.com.  She is the Keynote speaker for the upcoming South Carolina Writers Conference in the fall, and a founding board member of International Thriller Writers.  She lives in CT.

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