Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Tribulation House -- LIVIN' LARGE!

My third comedy-thriller, Tribulation House, is now available in two formats for your convenience: The original trade paperback, and now large print hardcover. I just got my copy of the latter in the mail today. (And, no, I'm not sure what that new cover design is supposed to represent. It doesn't really say "crime fiction" or "comedy-thriller." It just kind of says "Hmm.")

About the book (as if you didn't know):

IT'S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD -- WHICH COULD BE A PROBLEM ...

Mark Hogan has it all. The job. The family. A position on the board at church. All he's missing is a boat. Not just any boat - a 2008 Bayliner 192. When Reverend Daniel Glory announces that the Rapture is taking place on October 17 at 5:51 a.m., Hogan realizes his boat-buying days are numbered. So he does what any man in his situation would do - he borrows a lot of money from the mob. But then Jesus fails to come back on schedule ...

"A timely story about hype and hysteria in the end times ... Elements of politics, organized crime and overzealous Christianity all play a part in this well-constructed story." -- Chad Bonham, New Man

"Tribulation House not only entertains it provokes reflection and pokes the reader right in the soul. A must read.."
-- Alton Gansky, Crime Scene Jerusalem

"Will leave readers in stitches." -- Publishers Weekly

"Hilarious ... I highly recommend it!" -- Colleen Coble, Midnight Sea

"Filled with humor, the plot provides a great deal of food for thought while keeping the reader captivated."
-- Melissa Parcel, RT Book Reviews

"Will make you think even while you’re laughing." -- Lorena McCourtney, Ivy Malone Mysteries

"Edgy and entertaining." -- Armchair Interviews

"Discover a new and offbeat voice." -- Mindy Starns Clark, Smart Chick Mysteries

"Pokes fun at some of the farther-flung fringes of Christianity while remaining, like the best classic mysteries and comic books, a morality tale in which crime doesn't pay and justice -- as well as grace -- prevails." -- The Harrow

"A book you don't want to put down." -- Wanda Dyson, Shefford Files series

"A plot that's pure comedic genius." -- Infuze Magazine

"Plenty of spunk and satire." -- Susan Meissner, Widows and Orphans

"Don't get left behind on this one." -- Jason Boyett, Pocket Guide to the Apocalypse

"Filled to the brim with humor, mystery, unconventional and entertaining characters, and a foundation of spiritual truths that makes you sit up and take notice, Chris Well has stamped himself as a incisive and profound writer."
-- Narelle Mollet, TitleTrakk.com

"Like Chris’s other books, this one is a fun read." -- Brandilyn Collins, author of Coral Moon

"Great book." -- Jerome Teel, author of The Election

"Thanks for breaking new ground." -- Leo Partible, filmmaker
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Die Laughing: Funny Crime and Mystery Fiction

SHE'S THE SHERIFF!

A woman with a complicated past returns home to become the small town's new sheriff. Best Mann For The Job is by the writer/artist team of Chris and Erica Well. Read it from the beginning at StudioWell.com. Watch the trailer on YouTube.