/EINPresswire.com/ Los Angeles, CA – April 29, 2010 – Publishing House Genesis Press/ Indigo has released another highly anticipated book by master-romance novelist Keith Thomas Walker. Changing course from his famed work in romance compositions, Walker presents his suspense filled book, How to Kill Your Husband available on paperback at www.Genesis-Press.com.
How To Kill Your Husband is an instantly engaging story involving infidelity, drama and suspense. A happily married wife of sixteen years suddenly begins acting out the role of a private investigator along with her friends in an attempt to find clues that satisfy her “woman’s intuition.” In an attempt to expose her husband in an affair, she learns and matures into her own person.
This timely and all too real plot is not the average read. Diverting from the familiar stories of the “cheating husband – healing wife,” Walker takes readers on several literary twists with no definite leads.
Readers are saying-
“Don’t let the title [How to Kill Your Husband] fool you. There is more than one way to kill your husband… Keith Walker delivers another hot and intense story.”
“My inspiration for this novel is to look at an old story in a totally new way. I knew I not only had to give this story my own personal insight but I also had to take the story further than the average writer would. I kept this book suspenseful to the very end and my readers will be satisfied with the end results,” Walker reflects.
To order How To Kill Your Husband along with other books written by Keith Thomas Walker, visit www.Genesis-Press.com. How To Kill Your Husband can also be found on WalMart.com and Amazon.com.
Keith Thomas Walker is available for interviews and How To Kill Your Husband is available for review.
ABOUT GENESIS PUBLISHING INC
Genesis Press is the largest privately owned African-American book publisher in the country. Founded in Columbus, Mississippi in 1993, by two African-American attorneys, Genesis spawned the Indigo imprint, which was rapidly followed by Indigo After Dark, a series of erotica anthologies, and Love Spectrum, which portrays interracial relationships. Since then, Genesis has steadily increased its reach, and now brings its readers everything from suspense and science fiction to Christian-oriented romance and non-fiction.