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Caleb Wygal reissues A Murder in Concord on Kindle and in paperback

In 2009, Caleb Wygal published the mystery novel, A MURDER IN CONCORD, which went on to be named a Notable Book Set in North Carolina by the University of North Carolina. Today, he is reissuing a revised version of that novel.

CONCORD, NC, Feb. 16, 2016 – Caleb Wygal has lived in Concord, NC for over a decade and in 2009 published the mystery novel, A MURDER IN CONCORD, which went on to be named a Notable Book Set in North Carolina by the University of North Carolina (2013). Today, he is reissuing a revised version of that novel.

After the original publishing contract expired, he wanted to reissue the novel at a much better entry price. The paperback ($9.99) and Kindle ($2.99) versions are available at Amazon.com and could find distribution in brick and mortar stores.

The story follows Lucas Caine, a recent college graduate and personal assistant to Trent Mahoney who is the owner of a wildly popular restaurant chain. The Mahoney family is one of the richest families in the state of North Carolina. They are a picture-perfect family and pillars of the community of Concord—until the morning the owner, Trent, is found dead in the middle of the highly secure Mahoney’s, Inc. parking lot.

There are no witnesses and no suspects. Trent seemingly had no enemies, leaving the police baffled. The only person who appears on the police’s radar is Trent’s assistant, Lucas Caine—the person who found Trent and the last person to see Trent alive.

When Lucas finds himself in the crosshairs as a potential suspect, he launches his own investigation using his intimate knowledge of the Fitzgerald family to try to clear his name. He finds a dark side to this family no one knew about, and what he finds could lead to his death. Caleb is the author of two novels, Moment of Impact and A Murder in Concord. He is a social media marketer and website developer living in Concord, NC. He is also a nationally published blogger. He is the creator of WVUPros and co-owner of BlueGoldSports.com. His articles have appeared on ESPN.com, SI.com. His articles have also been published by the Charlotte Observer, the Beckley Register-Herald, the Bluefield Daily Telegraph, and is a contributor to The Signal Caller WVU/Big 12 Preview magazine. He recently completed a third novel, The Search for Blackbeard’s Lost Treasure (working title).

You can contact him at (980) 622-3179 and calebwygal@gmail.com as well as find out more information at CalebWygal.com.

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