Bound for Gold is finished, and authors like Steve Berry (quoted above) are already offering good words. I'll be copy editing and proofing in the next month, then we will await the official pub date, July 3, 2018. What better date to bring a big American story into the world? Peter Fallon and Evangeline Carrington are back for their sixth adventure. They learn of a lost Gold Rush journal, and they're off to San Francisco. The journal comes to life, and we are swept back and forth through time. It's pub date is the culmination of what you might call nine months of Martin, because between now and then, three of my biggest bestsellers will also be reissued in new formats:
On October 2, my second novel will be available for the first time as an e-book, and for the first time in ten years in any form. It holds up, and it's eerily prophetic. Read it and see why.
In May of 2018, a new trade paperback of Back Bay, the best seller that introduced Peter and Evangeline to the world.
In June, look forward to Cape Cod, which has never been out of print in twenty-six years, and will now have a large-format trade paperback release. And then, on July 3, 2018, we will have Bound for Gold.o