March 25, 2015

Press Releases

February 22, 2015

Press Release: First Reviews of House Divided

First Reviews are in for House Divided – the heart-wrenching story of a war no family should have to fight alone Peter G. Pollak’s thriller depicts the dire consequences of allowing Islamic terrorism to infiltrate American shores ELKRIDGE, MD – February 22, 2015 – The first reviews are in for House Divided, Peter G. Pollak’s 90,000-word thriller. Adele Brinkley, owner of With Pen in Hand editorial services, writes: “I must say that you tell one terrific story. I really enjoyed reading it. Your use of dialogue to tell the majority of the story still amazes me. You also did a great job with characterization, plot, the outcome, and the wrap up. I am truly impressed.” Nathan Van Coops, author of […]
December 29, 2014

House Divided – the heart-wrenching story of the war no family should have to fight – to be released February 2, 2015

Peter G. Pollak’s thriller depicts how the Palestinian-Israeli war could bring dire consequences to America ELKRIDGE, MD – December 18, 2014 – House Divided, Peter G. Pollak’s 88,000-word thriller, is now available for pre-order purchase on Amazon.com. Although fiction, this novel paints a very real picture of the devastating impact that the Palestinian-Israeli war could bring to America’s shores. “House Divided depicts my genuine concern about terrorists using naïve young people to achieve their goal of undermining this country’s support for Israel,” said Pollak. “It also shows how families can be torn asunder in a world where truth can be hard to come by.” House Divided is Pollak’s fifth self-published novel. Review copies of House Divided will be available in […]
December 13, 2014

ALBANY SETTING PROMINENT IN PETER POLLAK’S FOURTH NOVEL

News from Expendable Man Publishing (Contact: Peter G. Pollak, owner/author, 443-480-0308; peter@expendable-man.com) In the Game is a Murder Mystery Featuring Retired Albany PD Detective NOVEMBER 5, 2013––Peter G. Pollak has released In the Game––his fourth novel, a murder mystery set in Albany (NY), featuring Jake Barnes a retired Albany PD detective. Events take place in a fictional John Boyd Thatcher Park, at the Omni Hotel in downtown Albany and other area landmarks. A prequel to Pollak’s second novel Making the Grade (2012), In the Game is the story of a former police detective who is driven to pursue a man he believes has killed two women. Except instead of having the authority and resources of the police department for whom […]
December 13, 2014

Suspense in the Adirondacks: Last Stop on Desolation Ridge

News from Expendable Man Publishing (Contact: Peter G. Pollak, owner/author, 443-296-7507, peter@expendable-man.com) ELKRIDGE, MD––(4/20/2013)–– How would you feel if you woke up in a hospital with no memory of who you are or how you got there only to find out someone had tried to kill you…and they’re still out there? Set in the year 2003, Last Stop on Desolation Ridge is the third self-published novel written by Peter G. Pollak, a class of 1978 Ph.D. graduate of the University at Albany. Last Stop takes place in Gloversville, New York and the Adirondacks Pollak’s first novel, The Expendable Man (2011), a political thriller, involves a business executive framed by a powerful political figure; his second, Making the Grade (2012), which […]
December 13, 2014

Rookie Female Police Detective Faces Skeptics on Her First Case

News from Expendable Man Publishing (Contact: Peter G. Pollak, owner/author, 443-296-7507, peter@expendable-man.com) ELKRIDGE, MD––(2012)––The appearance of two dangerous men from her past threaten a quick end to the career of Albany’s first female police detective. Making the Grade is the story of Shannon Lynch––a career minded police officer who carries the extra burden of being the first female detective in the Albany, NY Police Department. When assigned to a major murder case, she not only has to try to find the killer but also put up with two partners who aren’t sure they can trust her. Then two men show up from her past who may or may not be connected to the case. Set in the year 2000, Making […]