The most recent honor for the Mike Stoneman Thriller series: Book #4 — Fatal Infraction, has been named best police procedural of the year, winning the #1 in category blue ribbon from the Chanticleer Book Review. The book was not named the grand prize winner in the CLUE division of the Chanticleer International Book Awards … More Fatal Infraction named best Police Procedural of 2021 by the Chanticleer Book Review!
All Mets fans and baseball fans should be subscribing to the new podcast from Jeff Hysen and Greg Prince called “National League Town.” Look for it on your favorite podcasting platform. They have produced for me a series of ads for the Mike Stoneman Thriller series. Here’s the final ad:
I don’t usually post movie reviews, but in this case I feel I owe it to my poker playing readers. “A total mess that will make any poker player cringe.” Just watched The Card Counter with my wife. She was the one who wanted to watch. It was terrible. Really, completely awful — and not … More Movie Review – The Card Counter
A sci-fi fantasy adventure needs action, a cause to believe in, and a hero who conquers the odds with his bravery, ingenuity, and the help of his friends. This novel provides all that in a well-written adventure with plenty to recommend it. John B. Rosenman has created a dystopian future in his novel, Dreamfarer, a … More Dreamfarer, by John B. Rosenman [Review]
“Many aspects of the overly complicated plot are not explained well.” V.I. Warshawski fans will get mostly what they expect from Sara Paretsky’s newest installment in the long-running series, Overboard. I’m a huge fan of Ms. Paretsky’s writing and V.I. as a character. The story is the usual high-energy, high-peril adventure through the back-streets of … More Overboard, by Sara Paretsky [Review]
Players is a satisfying police procedural with rich characters and a fine, twisty plot. Players is the seventh book in author Mike Markel’s series featuring two police detectives in the fictional town of Rawlings, Montana. This is my first dive into the series, which I picked up because of the subject matter – a murder … More Players, by Mike Markel [Review]
Where Frankenstein meets Christine, The Killer Car in a disturbing gothic romance. In this original but disturbing gothic romance, Frankenstein meets Christine, The Killer Car and a young woman must choose between her father, her virtue, and the man she loves, but cannot touch. It’s not for everyone, but if your taste runs toward steamy … More Let Me Die, by Virginia Babcock [Review]
Check out this Ad/dialogue from Greg & Jeff on their wonderful NY Mets podcast!
Check out this Podcast! I was the guest on a podcast published April 13th. The More Than Work podcast discusses my writing career as it intersects with my career as a lawyer. Check it out!
A masterful expansion of the Oort Federation saga. To the Stars is the second installment in the Oort Federation series, and the sequel to The Icicle, which I read earlier this year. Like many Sci-Fi series, it is essential that you read book #1 before reading book #2. The characters, the villains, the construction of … More The Oort Federation: To the Stars: The Second Oort Chronicle, by Robert Williscroft [Review]