We Publish Our First Novel: Death Knell by Kathleen Maher


Before we bow out next month with our last issue and pack up all our kit we wanted to pull all the chapters of Kathleen Maher's novel, Death Knell which we've been running as a serial this year into one beautiful magazine - effectively publishing our first novel from TVFH and bringing you the amazing work of a very talented author which we predict will go on to great things.  You read her here first folks!

And because we're feeling especially generous we are making the digital version of the novel available for FREE.  You can view it, download it, read it on your ipad and just about anything you want by following these links ...














And if you would like a glossy copy to put on your coffee table then we are selling the magazine for the crazy knock down price of $3.96 (plus postage and packing ) Available for worldwide shipping here.


About the novel :

When Jeanne, a recently widowed young mother, moves halfway across the United States to Lawrence, Kansas, she hopes to escape a troubled past and start a new life with her two-year-old daughter. Instead she finds she has traded one set of troubles for another. Bereaved and lonely, she plunges headlong into an affair with a married man, Kevin, and tries to befriend Kevin's troubled friend Hal. But Kevin's passion for her and Hal's jealousy create a volatile mix.

About Kathleen :

Kathleen Maher is a fiction writer based in New York City. A regular contributor to The View From Here, she notes that the term "death knell" interests her because it has two distinct meanings: It may be the sound of a bell tolling after a death, or it can be an omen presaging a death.

6 comments:

Jane Turley said...

Good luck, Kathleen! My fingers and toes are crossed for you:)

Claire King said...

Best of luck, Kathleen, fingers crossed!

kathleenmaher said...

Thank you! I didn't expect this and it makes me very happy, more happy than I should say.

Paul said...

Excellent news. All the very best with this, Kathleen.

kathleenmaher said...

Paul, thank you!

Rousby said...

Just finished reading the story! What an ending--I think I will re-read it. Congratulations, Kathleen.