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Amazon Names Breakthrough Novel Award Winner

Posted at 5:42PM Monday 21 Jul 2014

Pulley's mystery, The Dead, is expected to be released in digital and print editions by Amazon imprint Thomas & Mercer in early 2014. Pulley will receive a $50,000 advance and a publishing contract.

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