I’d love to see you there…

Multi-published author Chelle Cordero will make an appearance at The Raider Bookshop on Saturday, February 13 from 2-4PM for a dual purpose – she’ll be promoting her latest novel, Common Bond, Tangled Hearts, and she’ll be there to celebrate the opening of The Raider Bookshop in Suffern.

Chelle Cordero is the author of eight novels published by Vanilla Heart Publishing in Seattle, Washington; seven novels are romantic suspense and one is a murder-mystery. Bartlett’s Rule, Cordero’s first release, was named to Carolyn Howard Johnson’s Top Ten Reads of 2009 list, Final Sin is a 2009 Pushcart Prize nominee, and both Hostage Heart and A Chaunce of Riches were nominated in the 2009 P&E Readers’ Poll. Romantic-suspense novel Common Bond, Tangled Hearts was just released at the end of January and February 13 will mark its Rockland County introduction. All of Chelle’s books will be available for sale and signing.

The Raider Bookshop, owned and managed by Adam Salviani, is part of international Raider Publishing and opened its doors in Suffern on January 5, 2010. The company, which is branching into retail according to Adam is looking to add a venue for Indie authors and publishers in an eclectic Rockland County community. Adam, also an author in his own right, grew up in Suffern and is pleased to bring his newest adventure home.

The Raider Bookshop is located at 99 Lafayette Avenue in Suffern, New York and is located in the same building as the historic Lafayette Theater. They are open Wednesday through Friday from 11AM to 8PM and Saturdays and Sundays from 9AM to 9PM.

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