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Casey Barrett and Jodé Susan Millman
THE TOWER OF SONGS: A DUCK DARLEY NOVEL By Casey Barrett
Who doesn’t love an irreverent badass who admits he’s a screw-up? Duck Darley is the most
damaged anti-hero you’d never want to meet in a dark corner of New York City. In Casey
Barrett’s THE TOWER OF SONGS: A Duck Darley Novel (Kensington; August 27, 2019)
East meets West when a Chinese power deal goes terribly wrong.
CASEY BARRETT is a Canadian Olympian and the co-founder and co-CEO of Imagine
Swimming, New York City’s largest learn-to-swim school. He has won three Emmy Awards and
one Peabody Award for his work on NBC’s broadcasts of the Olympics in 2000, 2004, 2006, and
2008. His debut novel, Under Water, was nominated for a 2018 Shamus Award. He can be found
online at caseybarrettbooks.com.
THE MIDNIGHT CALL: A NOVEL By Jodé Susan Millman
Everyone dreads the terrifying call that comes in the middle of the night. Your worst fears could
be realized, your life changed forever in the minute it takes to answer. Jessie Martin never
expected to hear the word murder on the other end of the line. That ringing phone was the sound
of an ill-fated trajectory that would tilt her world, throwing her life into free-fall in Jodé Susan
Millman’s heart-pounding courtroom thriller, THE MIDNIGHT CALL (Immortal Works; June
JODÉ SUSAN MILLMAN is the author of the bestselling Seats: New York Theatre
guidebooks. Her debut novel, The Midnight Call, was short-listed for the Clue Award and was
designated as “Best Police Procedural” by Chantireviews.com. She is an attorney who blogs
about publishing law and is the co-host and co-producer of the popular podcast Backstage with
the Bardavon (available on iTunes, Spotify and GooglePlay).