Posted by: Author | October 1, 2012

New Cover and New Trailer

Twenty days from today will be release day for The Gambler’s Brother. I got the official cover yesterday and made the trailer as well. I tried several pieces of music for the trailer but couldn’t find perfection. I hope folks like what I ended up with.

Here’s the blurb:

Beaumont McSwain, a former RAF pilot wounded in combat is now the legal officer onboard the Queen Mary. He’s haunted by a tragic mission gone awry and wants to return to America and to a life of peace and quiet. Zoe Langlois, a former member of the French Resistance, wants to get to America and find what’s left of her family after the Nazi’s reign of terror. She boards the Queen Mary under a false identity as a war bride. Along the way, several of the brides are killed and Zoe’s odds of survival are decreasing by the day. She and Bo are attracted to each other, but his secret as well as hers threaten their potential for happiness.

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Responses

  1. I think the music works pretty well with the trailer. It lends an sense of seriousness to it and feels evocative. I’m looking forward to this new installment in the series. 🙂

    • Thanks Laurie. Wasn’t sure if the music was quite right.

  2. I really liked the photo of the ships hall. Love the look of Bo.

    • Thanks Lavada. Lots of these pics I took onboard when I was there. And yeah, Bo is cute. He’s the same model as on cover of SURF BREAK. I already had him downloaded when I got that cover. Made me giggle.

  3. I love the plot for this one, too, Sherry!

    LindaC


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