Hyphenates Books

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Hyphenates Books is the publishing division of Hyphenates, Ltd., a corporation founded in 1985 to provide editorial consultation and services to major corporations and associations. Its principals, Donald Bain and Renée Paley-Bain, collaborate on the bestselling murder mystery novels, "Murder, She Wrote," based upon the popular TV show of the same name. There are more than 4½ million copies of the 36 novels already published in the series, and four more under contract, with every title still in print.

Hyphenates Books has been established to achieve two goals: to give life again to many of Don’s older books; and to publish a small, select number of books by other writers that the Bains have come across in their long careers, and that they feel deserve to be made available to the reading public. (Because of its small size and limited scope Hyphenates Books does not at this time accept unsolicited submissions from writers or agents).

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Murder, HE Wrote
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 80,600. Language: English. Published: February 20, 2012 by Hyphenates Books. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
Murder mysteries, comedies, investigative journalism, westerns, biographies, historical romances, Mafia novels-Donald Bain has written them all in a remarkable career spanning more than 110 books as author or ghost author. Join him in the publishing trenches, in a story told with great humor, and a glass half-full philosophy that every young person seeking success-in any career-will benefit from.
Taking Tennessee to Hart
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 63,820. Language: English. Published: October 31, 2011 by Hyphenates Books. Category: Fiction » Adventure » General
This picaresque comic caper follows the actions of a devoted trio of grave robbers, dedicated to fulfilling a request Tennessee Williams made in a codicil to his will--that he be buried at sea near where the poet Hart Crane jumped to his death. A fast-paced lively novel, Taking Tennessee to Hart will delight readers whether or not they are familiar with the great playwright's works.


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