Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Book Release: Black Widow by Michele Wallace Campanelli

Author: Michele Wallace Campanelli
ISBN: 978-1-61160-250-0   ASIN: B0094WH6T8
Whiskey Creek Press
Available at Amazon Kindle, HTML, Text-PDF

Black Widow
Romeo Maroni, incensed that an ancient Egyptian belt disappeared from
his museum, vows to capture the beautiful thief, Blackie Widow, a woman
rumored by the FBI to be as dangerous as she is seductive. Teaming up 
with private investigator, Martin, Romeo discovers millions of dollars’ worth of diamonds she has 
stolen, fashioned into a giant spider web. Uncovering her lair, he becomes prey for the gorgeous and 
poisonous, Blackie Widow. Join in the hunt for stolen treasure and get entangled in Romeo’s unrelenting
desire to find his true love caught in a web of trouble.

About the Author
Michele Wallace Campanelli is an American writer, singer and Florida celebrity. During the early 
1990s, Michele was lead singer of the heavy metal band, Black Widow, which was one of the first 
all-female bands  in Florida during the early 90s. After the band, Michele Wallace Campanelli started
 writing short stories and fiction novels professionally. She has had nine stories appearing on the
 best-sellers list, including two that reached #1 on the New York Times. Her short stories have 
been included in over 30 international selling anthologies. She has also penned numerous novels,
 magazine and newspaper articles in both fiction and non-fiction published by Simon & Schuster,
Chronicle Books, Fireside Books, Fictionwise, Florida Today Newspaper, Woman’s World Magazine,
Adamsmedia, McGraw-Hill, Multnomah Books, Red Rock Press, HCI and America House Publishing.
Over 57 million people have read her written works internationally. 

When Michele isn’t writing, she is CEO of Regal Entertainment Services LLC which performs concerts 
around Florida. She is a professional singer, writer and actor. As a devoted Christian, she uses her talents
 to glorify God and bring joy to others through music and her books. 

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