Five Points Press

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Five Points Press was founded in 2006 by Loran Smith and Chris Martin to provide publishing opportunities to individuals and small companies who need assistance in any and all areas of publishing, including writing, editing, graphic illustration and text layout, printing, marketing, and distribution. Loran’s personal experience in authoring more than 15 books and Chris’s business experience within the publishing industry in marketing, project management, and distribution have helped build the successful portfolio of publishing projects that Five Points Press now holds.

The mission of Five Points Press is to establish the primary needs of its clients, work closely with clients to guide them through the intricate publishing process, enhance products as much as possible, and market and distribute books to obtain the best possible financial result. Five Points Press has the expertise of a published author, an established publisher, a seasoned editor, and a graphic artist who have successfully worked together on many publishing projects and who have a combined level of knowledge that surpasses that of most small publishing firms.

We thrive on giving personal attention to our clients, and we likewise thrive on being able to establish personal relationships with people who enjoy creating and who enjoy the creative process — just as we do.

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The Growing Season
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 100,880. Language: English. Published: April 6, 2011 by Five Points Press. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
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A young lady’s disappearance reveals a decade-old ploy that threatens to shake the very foundations of a small Southern town. Hank Monroe, fresh out of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s New Agents Class, will soon learn, in his first growing season as an agent, that all is not what it seems to be—in crime and in love—and that when it comes to murder, there are no winners.


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