Author Jean Francis’ new book ‘Courtyard’ is a mystery asking a simple question: Who murdered Harold?

Press Release

Jun 29, 2022

Recent release “Courtyard” by Newman Springs Publishing author Jean Francis, is the brief story of what happened to poor Harold Lathan.

Jean Francis, a suspense fiction writer, has completed her new book “Courtyard”: a gripping story set in a small town where everyone knows everybody and is tight knit, so when Harold Lathan is found dead in a courtyard, it actually comes as no surprise that he would have wound up dead, but the important part is why and who did it. 

Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Jean Francis’ compelling tale follows the entire hunt for the truth, uncovering aspects of the town and sides of people that many couldn’t easily recognize, and the impact that Harold’s life had on this town is equally surprising, and what is most surprising is what exactly happened to Harold Lathan.

Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Courtyard” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Newman Springs Publishing at 732-243-8512.

About Newman Springs Publishing: 

Newman Springs Publishing is a full-service publishing house for serious authors. Each Courtyard produced by Newman Springs Publishing undergoes every step of the professional publishing process, including editing, layout, cover design, circulation, distribution, and publicity. All Courtyards are made available in both e-book and print formats. Newman Springs Publishing distributes to tens of thousands of retail outlets throughout North America and internationally. All manuscripts in any genre are welcome to be submitted for review; if the manuscript meets the necessary criteria and is accepted for publication, Newman Springs Publishing will work closely with the author to bring the book to the retail market for a relatively inexpensive initial investment.

Source: Newman Springs Publishing

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