Friday, July 3, 2009

A week away to Killer Bunny Hill release

For Immediate Release

Local author uses N.H. mountains as setting for romantic thriller
The majestic New Hampshire mountains are the setting for Salem author Denise Robbins’ new romantic thriller Killer Bunny Hill that incorporates the latest technological advances in a page-turning tale of suspense.

Robbins, a software engineering manager by day, integrates her knowledge of computers and technology into all of her romantic suspense novels. In Killer Bunny Hill, the plot revolves around the relationship of manmade diamonds, computers and laser weapons, giving readers a glimpse into the breakthrough science of nanotechnology.

“Nanotechnology is fascinating and is going to affect us immensely in the future,” Robbins said. “It is being hailed as one the greatest technological breakthroughs because it touches everything.”

Robbins also incorporates a little known fact of underground tunnels in New Hampshire in her plot. “The New Hampshire mountains are the perfect location to combine beauty, romance and intrigue,” she said. “I can’t imagine a better setting.”

In Killer Bunny Hill, a wrong turn down the Bunny Hill hurls the main character into a chilling race against a killer’s bullet. The book is set for a July release and can be purchased through the publisher at

Robbins is also busy promoting her current release, It Happens in Threes, which involves one of the characters using computers to launder money under the guise of upgrading their network security. Readers can learn more about Robbins and her current and future book releases at


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