NEW RELEASE “CALL ME MOMMY” (Novel)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Announcing the re-release of blockbuster novel, Call Me Mommy. This is one of the best selling books of the twelve I have authored. Because the small publisher has gone out of business and key people are presently reviewing the book for a possible TV movie, it was necessary to reissue through CreateSpace in order to keep it viable in the marketplace.

 Suzanne, my wife, insists that this is the best writing and most compelling story of all my books. 

 For those who enjoy my style of writing and have yet to read Call Me Mommy, it is an epic you will never forget. That’s a promise.

 Here are the back page notations:

 “One moment, one tragic event forever alters the lives of a young mother and her child. After being banished by an evil and politically connected husband, Laura Ramsey spends a lifetime in search of motherhood, pursuing love and acceptance from her growing son who is wrongly manipulated and introduced to a life of crime. Based inMiami, the story spans twenty-nine years of desperation, leaving behind death, destruction, murder, and drug addiction in its path.

 “Likened by many to the emotional powerhouses of author Nicholas Sparks, readers of Call Me Mommy are unable to put down this book until the final, heart wrenching chapter, which not only brings closure, it provides the ultimate in simultaneous grief and happiness in a single scene.

” In Call Me Mommy, author Marshall Frank deviates from his usual police/thriller genre to chilling suspense built around compelling characters who evoke every possible emotion within the human spirit.”

 Of all the rave reviews, there is one that stood out more than the others, posted on amazon.com by another author, James Joyce:

 “Call Me Mommy will break your heart, piss you off, make you smile, and, from time to time, cause you to throw the book across the room. Moments later you’ll retrieve it and continue to read. It is a masterful effort from Marshall Frank — who wrote through the pain.

“It is also, unfortunately, a book for our time and a “must read” for all parents. We live in a self-centered, drug-engulfed, divorce-riddled society. The fallout on our children can be deadly. Frank tells it like he sees it. That’s his style.”

 Joyce is an author and retired psychoanalyst.

 Interested readers can acquire the book, in kindle or paperback, via amazon.com

Copies are also available through my web site at a slight discount, where they can also be autographed. www.marshallfrank.com

 (Based on a true story)

 

9 Responses to NEW RELEASE “CALL ME MOMMY” (Novel)

  1. Gilleland March 14, 2013 at 7:38 pm #

    In my opinion Call Me Mommy is the second best book on your list. I still prefer The Upside to Murder; however, the ending to Call Me Mommy literally made me cry. But, I’m prejudiced. I love all your novels. I also love all your articles. I guess I’m just a Marshall Frank fan!

  2. ebb March 14, 2013 at 8:18 pm #

    Glad to read this.

  3. Mike Zoovas March 14, 2013 at 9:11 pm #

    Marshall, Greetings from this Zoovas and and the better half Zoovas. Hope all is fine your way and happiness is bountiful…………..Yes, send us this new book.
    5340 Siesta Court, Sarasota, FL 34242

    Send Invoice and I promise a “Check in the Mail”

    Take care and don’t forget if you ever get to Sarasota call us(941-423-2230)

    Best, Mike

  4. Jack Milavic March 14, 2013 at 9:57 pm #

    Congratulations. I am fully confident it will become a movie.

  5. OJ March 14, 2013 at 10:23 pm #

    Hope your successful selling the story line to TV.

  6. Jay March 14, 2013 at 11:37 pm #

    Marshall

    Is this available for the Kindle?

  7. Tom Ault March 15, 2013 at 12:43 am #

    Sounds great Marshall, good luck.

  8. Tom Ault March 15, 2013 at 12:44 am #

    Sound great Marshall…good luck in your venture.

  9. Patti March 15, 2013 at 6:41 pm #

    Is this story about you? Just wondered when I read this:

    “It is a masterful effort from Marshall Frank — who wrote through the pain.”