Novelist available to answer all questions regarding his latest thriller about a sacred scroll written by Mary-Magdalene at the request of Jesus Christ
TORONTO, ONTARIO (rushprnews) June 6th, 2007 â€“ Interview Edmund Kwaw at the Book Expo Canada, located at the Metro Toronto Convention Center, building north from June 10th to June 11th, 2007.
BookExpo Canada is a publishing industry trade show that combines a large and diverse selection of book titles with an unparalleled conference program and is the perfect opportunity to interview and meet established and upcoming authors such as Kwaw.
Edmund Kwaw will be at Booth 111 Sunday, June 10th from 10:00am to 6:00pm, and Monday June 11th from 10:00pm to 4:00pm in the North Building of the Metro Toronto Convention.
Kwawâ€™s second thriller The Magdalene Code, edited by Carol Sheehan of CS Communication Strategies and published by BookSurge is the follow-up to The Messenger. The novel entertains and explores in great details the speculation and mystery surrounding Mary Magdalene, including her relationship with Jesus Christ and the primordial role she played as a true apostle in laying the foundation for modern Christianity. Set in todayâ€™s Manhattan it is both a travel to ancient time and belief and a modern-day sit-on-the-edge-of-your-chair thriller.
In her review of the book, New York Times best selling author Ellen Tanner Marsh, in comparing The Magdalene Code to the Da Vinci Code states, â€œBy its very title, first-time author Edmund Kwaw is taking a huge risk. The Magdalene Code, echoing the title of Dan Brownâ€™s runaway cultish best-seller, could very easily have potential readers dismissively crying Been there, done that. Still, it doesn’t take a long time with this novel to understand that we have not been there, and we have not done thatâ€. She goes on to explain the differences between The Magdalene Code and the Da Vinci Code, and concludes, â€œAll these points are reasons to rejoice and be exceedingly glad to read the book.â€ She describes the book as a â€œwell-written and compelling storyâ€.
While The Magdalene Code is a work of fiction, author Edmund Kwaw draws from some remarkable theories that, if true, could potentially rock the core of Christianity. A controversial and well-researched thriller, The Magdalene Code explores not only fundamentally catholic dogmas but the darker side of human nature and supernatural phenomenon.
The Magdalene Code is available for sale online at Amazon.com, Borders.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
For more information about the author and to set up an interview with Kwaw, or to request a copy for a book review, please contact Anne Howard, the authorâ€™s publicist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Edmund Kwaw will be at Booth 111 Sunday, June 10th , from 10:00am to 6:00pm, and Monday June 11th from 10:00am to 4:00pm in the North Building of the Metro Toronto Convention Center.
You may phone Anne at 310-295-9578, and in Canada at 514-523-3771, or visit her at www.annehowardpublicist.com.
About the Book
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About the Author
Based in Toronto, Edmund Kwaw is a lawyer whose practice areas include litigation, advocacy, and international business law. Kwaw has also lectured at the Faculty of Law of Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, where he taught International Financial Law & Regulation. In addition to his current book, Kwaw is the author of four nonfiction books, The Law of Corporate Finance in Canada; Grey Areas in Eurocurrency Deposits and Placements; The Law & Practice of Offshore Banking and Finance; The Guide to Legal Analysis, Legal Methodology and Legal Writing, and one fiction book titled The Messenger. Kwaw is currently working on the sequel to The Magdalene Code.
BookSurge LLC, an Amazon.com company, is a pioneer in self-publishing and print-on-demand services. Offering unique publishing opportunities and access for authors, BookSurge boasts an unprecedented number of authors whose work has resulted in book deals with traditional publishers as well as successful authorpreneurs who enhance or build a business from their professional expertise.