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Sept 26 – Oct 2, 2011 Edition Random House to Publish Michael Scotts Ebook Original
New York, NY/ September 26, 2011–Random House Childrens Books (RandomHouse.com/kids) will release the second ebook original from New York Times bestselling author Michael Scott, it was announced today. The e-original is entitled BILLY THE KID AND THE VAMPYRES OF VEGAS: A Lost Story from the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel (Delacorte Press Books for Young Readers / $1.99) and will be available November 22, 2011, wherever ebooks are sold.
This story about the famed 19th-century American outlaw is available exclusively in digital format and is the newest addition to Scotts series The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel, which is based on individuals from history, folklore, and legend. The series has sold nearly 2 million copies to date in North America. Following the publication of The Warlock (Delacorte Press / May 2011), this ebook original is a short story that will fascinate fans and whet their appetites for the last and final book in the six-part series, The Enchantress, available May 2012.
In BILLY THE KID AND THE VAMPYRES OF VEGAS, Michael Scott offers the tale of Billy the Kid and Scathachs first meeting, and their joint battle against the unseen yet deadly vampyres who control the city of Las Vegas.
Michael Scotts first ebook original, The Death of Joan of Arc: A Lost Story from the Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel, was published in August 2010. For more information about Michael Scott and the series, visit the all-new website at SecretsofNicholasFlamel.com, or Facebook at Facebook.com/SecretsofNicholasFlamel.
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