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I'm here looking for your consideration of "Savannah Fire," a contemporary Southern Suspense that is presently one of Authonomy's top six books.
SHORT PITCH: Patricia Falcon, a gun-toting socialite, uses wealth and stealth to combat Savannah's social problems ... until hidden forces get in the way.
LONG PITCH: A homeless stranger is watching Patricia's every move, but she's oblivious to the fact. When she befriends the stranger, she sets in motion events that will bring her face to face with a dark secret she has tried to leave behind.
"Savannah Fire" bridges three Savannah cultures, the church, the elite and the homeless. The story lifts the curtain on some of Savannah's deepest secrets. Secret societies. Hidden tunnels. Powerful alliances. Scum. Greed. A nightmare world, veiled from your sight ... until now.
"Savannah Fire" blends the thriller intensity of Coben, the southern imagery of Conroy and the storytelling of Brown.
Would you please review "Savannah Fire" critically and see if it meets your criteria for inclusion on your Authonomy bookshelf?
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