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Flight 12 Books

Cheryl Bradshaw’s Flight 12: A Sloane Monroe Thriller is the newest release in The Twelve’s  Flight 12 project.

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Sometimes even the most innocent vacations turn deadly…

A fancy hotel. A weekend getaway. For Sloane Monroe, rest has finally arrived, until the lights go out and her nightmare begins.

Cheryl Bradshaw Flight 12

Cheryl Bradshaw’s Flight 12: A Sloane Monroe Thriller is the 4th in the Flight 12 collection. Start now! Collect and read all 12!

 Preceded by:

Flight 12: A Kristin Cunningham Thriller by Allan Leverone
Flight 12: A Laura Cardinal Thriller by J. Carson Black
Flight 12: A Jess Kimball Thriller by Diane Capri

So what’s this “Flight 12” thing all about, anyway?

Each month, The Twelve brings you one terrific NEW limited edition thriller from our award winning, bestselling authors.
Each book features new characters and those you already love.
At the end of each book, one person boards Flight 12.

If you collect and read each of these Limited Edition Flight 12 thrillers,
then YOU will tell US what you think happened to Flight 12.

If your proposed ending is selected, YOUR name could be on the cover of our last Flight 12 thriller!

So come along! We’re saving you a seat!

Thrillingly Yours,
The Twelve

Exclusive! Flight 12 Sneak Peek From The Twelve!

EXCLUSIVE SFlight 12 BooksNEAK PEEK

INVITATION

FROM THE TWELVE FLIGHT CREW

WHAT HAPPENED TO FLIGHT 12?

We haven’t revealed our plan for Flight 12 before now.

Here it is:

The Twelve brings you one terrific NEW limited edition thriller each month from our award winning, bestselling authors.

Each book features new characters and those you already love.

At the end of each book, one person boards Flight 12.

This is where it gets even more interesting….

Collect and read each limited edition Flight 12 thriller from The Twelve as it is released.

And then YOU will tell US what you think happened to Flight 12.

The Twelve and YOU will write a conclusion so amazing it could only come from our collective minds.

If your proposed ending is selected,

YOUR name could be on the cover of our last Flight 12 thriller!

Start with these first 3 books and you’ll get the idea!

(Book #4 coming August 12!)

Come along with us on the most exciting trip ever and bring all your friends!!

But hurry! Our party is already started!

We don’t want you to miss a moment of what we have planned!!

CLICK HERE

SEE YOU THERE!

Thrillingly yours,

The Twelve

p.s.

Congratulations to the winners of our FLIGHT 12 Giveaways!

Giveaway #1: Debbie Warila

Giveaway #2: Cindy Hofferbert Salg

Giveaway #3: COULD BE YOU!

FLIGHT 12 Giveaway #3 is underway now!
To Enter: CLICK HERE

 

Suspense Magazine Features The Twelve

Suspense Magazine for March 2013 has an article with Allan Leverone that mentions The Twelve, as well as a great Q&A suspense mag2with Allan. Here’s an excerpt.

S. MAG.: As a man who worked in Bangor, Maine at one time, home of one of the most famous and talented horror/thriller writers ever, did you and Stephen King ever meet? Perhaps sit around and swap nightmares?

A.L.: I wish! I can tell you that hanging around outside the wrought-iron fence in front of his house reading loudly from his work probably won’t get him to come out and talk to you. Unless things have changed since I lived there.
I lived in Bangor in the mid-1980s and at least back then, it was not at all unusual to see him around town. I remember once in particular, my wife and I were standing in line at the video store, and King was right in front of us. I really wanted to look over his shoulder to see what he was renting (Carrie?), but didn’t want to bother him.
suspense magThe funny part of the story is that even
then, he was extremely well-known, especially around Bangor, but the kid behind the counter didn’t
seem to have a clue who he was and asked him for ID…

S. MAG.: Along that line, if you could sit and talk to an author (either living or dead), who would it be? Would King be the choice, or would Poe be a contender?

A.L.: Wow, what a great question. Poe would definitely be a contender, as would King, both because of the effect they had on the horror genre specifically, but on writing in general as well.
Since we’re speculating, I would make it a group outing, maybe for drinks. In addition to the two already mentioned, I’d include Lawrence Block and Donald Westlake, two writers I truly admire. And Lee Child. Oh, and Shirley Jackson. And Brad Thor and Vince Flynn.
Now that I think about it, we might have to rent a banquet hall.