Hardin publishes new book series

Russellville businessman and author Phil Hardin has come out with a new book series that he believes will have readers on their toes.

Hardin, who published his first book in 2010, has embarked on a series called “Murder in Atlanta”, which follows Detective Peter Frampton, who is a veteran detective with the Atlanta Police Department.

According to Hardin, Frampton’s cases take him throughout the United States following leads and entering into the minds of criminals of all calibers. Twists and turns always develop in his investigations and surprises await the reader in every chapter. His co-workers are a group of serious and sometimes humorous characters, but where would a good mystery be without some romance? Peter is a 40-year-old male that likes to follow his heart, as the readers will find out.

Hardin said the “Murder in Atlanta” series will be at least a three-book series with the first book in publication, the second finished and waiting to be published, and the third expected to be finished sometime this year.

“I hope that the reader will enjoy this book and series of books as much as they have my past works,” Hardin said.

“I am thankful for my dedicated following of readers worldwide and I am currently writing my seventh book.”

“Murder in Atlanta” is published by America Star Books and can be found on their web site, on all major e-book outlets, and at the Downtown Chevron in Russellville.

People interested in purchasing Hardin’s book will need to search for a book written by p.Gale, the pen name Hardin has chosen to use for his written works.

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