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William Diehl's Seven Ways to Die Along With Four Other Titles Launches exclusively on Barnesandnoble.com Feb. 6th, 2012


February 6, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- New York Times bestselling author action-procedural writer William Diehl’s final novel, Seven Ways to Die, will launch exclusively on Barnesandnoble.com February 6, 2012 supported by a multi-pronged promotion. At the same time, four previous novels by Diehl, Thai Horse, Chameleon, Hooligans, and 27 will also become available on B&N.

On Diehl’s death in 2007, Atchity Entertainment, working with Cairo/Simpson Entertainment, took over the management of Diehl’s estate from William Morris by agreement with Diehl’s widow, Virginia Gunn. Diehl’s previous novels, including Primal Fear, Sharky’s Machine, Eureka, 27, and Hooligans were all New York Times bestsellers, “and we feel certain Seven Ways to Die will please Bill’s loyal readers just as much,” Atchity said.

Diehl had finished 412 pages of the draft, and AEI’s Ken Atchity, who had worked with Diehl and his screenwriting partner Michael A. Simpson for five years prior to his passing, completed the book based on a rough outline, notes, and chapter drafts found in the novelist’s computer. AEI’s Atchity & Chi-Li Wong are developing and producing Diehl’s Eureka with Danny Davids and Neil Canton; and Hooligans and Seven Ways with Judy Cairo and Michael Simpson’s Informant Media (“Crazy Heart,” “Hysteria,” “The Expatriate,” “Writers”).


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