Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The Fallen is the second novel in The Light Bringer series of supernatural thrillers.
Lake Saint Louis Police Chief Michael Force and Assistant Chief Chris Digiuseppi have followed their successful first novel, The Light Bringer, with a second installment in the series. This newest book, The Fallen, hits store shelves today, Feb. 5. READ MORE: The Fallen, published by HCI Books, is a supernatural thriller-police procedural mix that expands on the concept of the first book. Four ritualistic murders and some unexplainable natural disasters that eventually coincide lead readers to further explore the series' theme: Why do bad things happen to good people? Why do people die? The book is available in all book stores and online through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million, both in hardcopy and e-book (Kindle and Nook). The …
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Lake Saint Louis Police Chief Mike Force and Assistant Chief Chris Digiuseppi's "The Light Bringer" was published July 1.
As of Aug. 14, The Light Bringer was number seven on the bestseller list posted by the Independent Bookstore Alliance of St. Louis. Fans can meet the authors and have their copies signed at Donatelli’s Bistro in Lake Saint Louis on Tues., Aug. 30 from 6:30 to 8:30pm. The supernatural thriller by local authors Chris DiGiuseppi and Mike Force is described as "a cross between Cops and The Ghost Whisperer . . . part police drama, part supernatural intrigue, part action and quite inspirational," on a press release announcing the book signing event. The book introduces readers to Police Officer Alan Crane, who is recruited by a special agency for an assignment involving duties far beyond the realm of routine police work. “We wanted to create a …
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Lake Saint Louis Police Chief Mike Force and Assistant Chief Chris Digiuseppi signed copies of "The Light Bringer" Wednesday night.
Lake Saint Louis Police Chief Michael Force and Assistant Chief Chris Digiusepppi spoke to a packed room July 20 at Corporate Parkway Library in Wentzville. The authors talked about their collaboration and how the idea for the book, The Light Bringer, developed. They then answered questions including a query about the book becoming a movie. Force said that there had been some very early interest in developing a movie or TV series based on the book, but nothing is confirmed. The Shelf Awareness website has The Light Bringer listed as the Number Eight seller for the St. Louis area. The supernatural suspense novel was sold out on the day of its release, July 1.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Lake Saint Louis Chief of Police Mike Force and Assistant Chief Chris Digiuseppi will see years of work come to fruition Friday, when their book "The Light Bringer" hits the shelves.
Mike Force and Chris Digiuseppi started working for the Lake Saint Louis Police Department 19 years ago. “We deal with a lot of tragedy," said Force, who has served as police chief for those 19 years. "We talked for years about being able to help people, but as police officers we’re only able to help them to some level. They’re still left with these questions. How is this right? Why did this happen? There are no good answers to that, and that weighs on you across time.” “We talked for years,” Force said, “We said that we need to put this down, that we should write a book—we might be able to help somebody.” Digiuseppi had written up some notes, an outline and the first draft and showed it to Force. “I kind of have something started, but we …