Friday, October 23, 2015

My Novel on the Sacco-Vanzetti case, "Suosso's Lane," published!



Great news! It's like spring in October!
            My long-awaited (at least by me) novel on the Plymouth roots of the Sacco and Vanzetti case, titled "Suosso's Lane," has been published!
            The ebook edition of "Suosso's Lane" is now available online from the publisher, Web-e-Books. You can find it at www.web-e-books.com.

            If you like to read books online, or are willing to give it a try, you can purchase it for $7.95.
            Print copies of the book are not ready yet. I'll have to produce them.
            I'm posting two releases from Web-e-Books below: The Media Release that describes the book (and, yes, offers a few words about the author's credentials).
            And the publisher's "easy purchasing instructions" on buying the ebook from its  website, www.web-e-books.com


*** Media Release ***
Suosso’s Lane, by American Novelist Robert Knox Released on Web-e-Books®
The Innocence of an Executed Immigrant Sought at old Plymouth Home
Quincy, Massachusetts, USASuosso’s Lane, fiction by American author Robert Knox, is being released on Web-e-Books® in support of world-wide, cross-platform distribution of his socially relevant novel on the inequitable treatment of early 20th-century immigrants. Based on the scandalously unjust trial and execution of Sacco and Vanzetti for a murder they did not commit, the international cause-celebre of the 1920s, Knox's novel follows the search for evidence of Vanzetti's innocence lost for decades to a government sanctioned frame-up.
The Tri-Screen Connection, LLC, publisher and distributor of the exclusive e-book, is providing the technology platform and online shopping website for Suosso’s Lane.
In the Story 
In Suosso’s Lane, journalist and creative writer Robert Knox revisits the history of Plymouth, Massachusetts, "America’s hometown," at a time when immigrant factory workers struggled to make their way in an America of long hours and low wages. The book traces the circumstances that led to the notorious trial and widely protested executions of Nicola Sacco and Plymouth dweller Bartolomeo Vanzetti, targeted by local authorities for their radical beliefs and framed for a factory payroll robbery and the shooting deaths of two security guards.
A newly edited novel, Suosso’s Lane dials back the clock to revisit the flawed trial of Italian immigrant Bartolomeo Vanzetti, a believer in "the beautiful idea" of a classless society in which all would work for the common good. A sober-minded laborer, Vanzetti suffers from the exploitive treatment of industrial workers in the early decades of the twentieth century. Outraged by the greed and injustice that mar his idealistic hopes for the "New World," he joins other anarchists in promoting strikes and preaching revolution. In 1920, Vanzetti and his comrade Nicola Sacco are nabbed by police looking for radicals and subsequently convicted of committing a spectacular daylight robbery and murder. After seven years in prison, even as millions of workers and intellectuals around the world rally to their cause, the two men are executed.
Seventy years later, when a young history teacher moves into Vanzetti’s old house in Plymouth, Massachusetts, he learns of a letter that might prove Vanzetti’s innocence. His attempt to uncover the truth is hindered by obstacles set by a local conspiracy theorist, the daughter of Vanzetti’s lover, a shady developer, and the eruption of a fire during his search of an old Plymouth factory.
Web-e-Books ® Availability
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Priced at US $7.95 – read on-line or offline, no download or installation required.
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To purchase Suosso’s Lane on Web-e-Books.com, follow these steps:
1.  Open a web-browser on your PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone.
2.  Enter www.web-e-books.com and find the e-book entitled Suosso’s Lane, by author Robert Knox.

or, enter the page link below to go directly to the title:


3.    Click on “Add to Cart” at the bottom of the book description.

4.  Click “Cart” at top of screen:

5.  Click “Proceed to Checkout
6.  Set-up new user account by entering user selected login name and password (write these down for your future reference), and provide e-mail address, then click “Save and Continue
7.  Enter Billing Information, and Click Same to quickly populate Shipping information, then click “Save and Continue
8.  Review Order Summary and Click “Save and Continue
9.  Enter your credit card information, then Click “COMPLETE PURCHASE
10.  An Order Summary (Receipt) will show next, and automatically be forwarded to the user account’s e-mail as entered in their account set-up. Click on the link provided in this Order Summary for access to the Suosso’s Lane e-book. It will look like this: http://suosso.web-e- books.com/

Sign-in with the login name and password entered in the account set-up process. Begin reading. (We suggest saving the link above as a favorite in your browser for quick future access.
Otherwise, login from the start page on www.web-e-books.com and click-on Read My Titles (a drop down), then click “read now” next to the title, Suosso’s Lane).