Tony Acree was born in La Grange, Kentucky in January 1963. His short story fiction has appeared in Kentucky Monthly Magazine. He has written articles about his time as a stay at home dad for a women’s magazine as well as sports and information articles. His work has also appeared in The Cumberlandthe Kentucky state wide newspaper outlet of the Sierra Club. He is a member of  the  International Thriller Writers, Green River Writers as well as The Bluegrass Writers Edge, a creative writers group in Goshen, Kentucky, where he lives with his wife and twin daughters. His first novel, The Hand of God, is  Hydra Publications number 1 bestselling book of 2013, as well as an Amazon Bestseller. It is available on Amazon.com, and Barns and Noble. Visit his website at Tonyacree.com. You can find him on Twitter and Facebook. You can email him at Tonyacree@Gmail.com.

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  1. Peggy Coyle

    I just finished your book and wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed it. Not just because it was set here in Louisville. Like you, I live just outside (in Goshen) so I enjoyed being able to identify landmarks in the book. More than that, I really enjoyed a very different plot twist with your book. I especially enjoyed the fact that you didn’t feel the need to end the book with a “happy ending”. This was so much better.
    It was a well thought out plot, a fast paced story, and believable charactars. I can’t wait for the next book.

    1. Peggy, First my thanks for taking the time to read my novel. And secondly, let me thank you for taking the time to make a comment. The Hand of God was a very fun book to write. I am just now finishing the sequel and will start on book three sometime before Thanksgiving roles around. Thanks again!

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