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Thursday, February 11, 2016

Former New York Author Shares a Gripping Combination of Crime and Love in New Novel

Gwendolyn Cahill, author of Out of Love

Bookcover and author, Gwendolyn Cahill
Author photo illustrated by Moises Suriel
Cover design features the artwork of Bolanle Adegado

Nationwide — Author Gwendolyn Cahill spins a web of romance, crime and intrigue in her new novel, Out of Love. This engrossing book’s paperback and hardback editions are set to be released nationwide this week.

In Out of Love, Susan and Omari, who are African American proprietors of an award­-winning Afro-Caribbean art gallery and jazz cafe, encounter a wayward cab driver. The encounter leads to an action-filled adventure as rare art pieces purchased in Philadelphia are locked in the trunk of the cab.

A colorful cast of characters springs forth from Out of Love. This comical romantic novel explores the seldom spoken about world of art theft – a crime that is seldom resolved. International espionage, intrigue and suspense lead the way to a surprise ending. Out of Love will rock your world. This book is inspired by real events.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the books are available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting BarnesandNoble.com or Amazon.com.


Upcoming Book Signing:
An Out of Love book signing event will be held on April 9, 2016 from 1pm to 3pm at the Barnes & Nobles at Chesterfield Town Center in Richmond, VA 23235. For additional information, please send an email to OmariIrene@yahoo.com.


About the Author:
Gwendolyn Cahill is a native New Yorker. She currently resides in Petersburg, Virginia. She is a former caseworker, realtor, community service worker, self-taught computer arts illustrator and advocate for civil and human rights. Cahill has sung in a number of gospel choirs in New York, Newark and Virginia. She graduated from the University of Hartford and received her master’s degree in communication studies from the College of New Rochelle. Cahill also studied management and marketing in Strayer University’s master of science degree program. She has received awards and recognition for poetry, and her fondness for art and music is showcased in the book. Cahill has been featured on television and in newspapers.


Gwendolyn Cahill