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Making Good Progress on My 3rd Book

Hello Everyone,

I just wanted to give an update on my 3rd novel, "The World's Unfair" (Book 2 of The Hill Files series). I've already started typing up the first chapter of it and have been doing a great deal of research on the 1934 Chicago World's Fair (The Century of Progress) to ensure it is all historically accurate. I've also been fortunate enough to get my hands on an Official Guidebook of the 1934 Chicago World's Fair which will be very helpful to my research.


I've also been busy reaching out to 13 local libraries in the Chicago suburbs and donating copies of "The Devil You Know" and "Midnight's Murder" to them. In addition to the Library of Congress, my books are currently in the Palatine, Harper College, Hoffman, Hanover Park, Schaumburg, Rolling Meadows, Wheeling, Ela (Lake Zurich), Mount Prospect, Popular Creek (Streamwood), Elk Grove, Gail Borden, and Des Plaines Libraries, with several more pending. If your library doesn't carry either of my novels, please make sure to reach out to them and request that they order copies for their shelves.


For those of you who already ordered copies of "The Devil You Know" and "Midnight's Murder", please make sure you recommend these books to your friends and family if you enjoyed these books. If you enjoy them, recommend them to your enemies.


If you haven't already, please consider becoming a member of this website, or following me on Facebook (James Schroeder Author). I will continue to leave updates of my work and welcome your feedback.


As always, Stay safe and keep reading!

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