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Bellatrix Releases New Historical Novel Set in New Zealand.

Nanaimo, Canada, November 04, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Bellatrix, today released it first historical novel, by acclaimed writer Lawrence Winkler. Set on the Coromandel Peninsula of New Zealand, "The Bolthole" is the story of three men across a span of as many centuries, hurtling down the shoreline of the same beach.

"In its streams and birds and vegetation and dappled sunlight, it remains the mortal dividing line between running from contamination and searching for redemption (or maybe it was the other way around)," said Winkler.

The Bellatrix team is excited about the broad epic quality of in their venture into this new genre. Destined to become a new literary classic, this exciting saga ends in the fierce battles that left the coastal sands white with bones. "The Bolthole" is available in print or ebook edition on Amazon and several other platforms.

Bellatrix is a small innovative publisher located in Nanaimo, Canada. Offering more erudite and thoughtful literary works, it is committed to bringing the reader "from the electron to the existential." It currently markets twelve titles of fascinating reading. If you'd like more information, or to schedule an interview, please contact Lawrence Winkler through his website www.lawrencewinkler.com.

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Bellatrix

Lawrence Winkler

250-754-5979

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www.lawrencewinkler.com

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