“Take a 6-night cruise to Bermuda in one night.” — Travelling With Bruce recommends that you read “Lethal Voyage!”

During his weekly Monday evening YouTube show, Bruce Frommert from Travelling With Bruce (one of the world’s leading authorities on cruising) explained how much he enjoyed reading Lethal Voyage, and why you should definitely read it if you like cruising.

Mind in the Clouds, by Bruce Perrin [Review]

Bruce Perrin’s next installment of his Mind Sleuth series, Mind in the Clouds, asks the philosophical and psychological question: how much control should we let artificial intelligence have over important decisions — like on the battlefield? When the protagonist, Sam “Doc” Price, faces existential peril at the mercy of an IA-powered autonomous war drone, the … More Mind in the Clouds, by Bruce Perrin [Review]

Lethal Voyage named a semi-finalist for the 2020 CLUE Award

The Chanticleer Book Review has announced the last cut of nominees for the 2020 CLUE Award (for mystery/suspense/thriller novels) — the Semi-Finalists. Although both Deadly Enterprise and Lethal Voyage were named to the Short List, only Lethal Voyage survived the cut to the Semi-Finalist list. The finalists for each of the five sub-categories within the … More Lethal Voyage named a semi-finalist for the 2020 CLUE Award

Lethal Voyage named CLUE Award Semi-Finalist

Righteous Assassin, book #1 in the Mike Stoneman Thriller Series, was a Semi-Finalist for the 2019 CLUE Award. Both Lethal Voyage and Deadly Enterprise made the Short List for the 2020 award (I just got in under the submission deadline for the newer book). Only Lethal Voyage advanced to the Semi-Finalist group for the 2020 … More Lethal Voyage named CLUE Award Semi-Finalist

The Secrets of Umami (The Galactic Culinary Society) by D. R. Schoel [Review]

This novella introduces the Galactic Culinary Society, a multi-species organization dedicated to exploring the galaxy looking for unique food experiences. Here, the search is for the legendary edible sonnets of Umami – poetry you can taste – which hasn’t been experienced in two hundred years. Our hero, Jeane Oberon, is a human who must match … More The Secrets of Umami (The Galactic Culinary Society) by D. R. Schoel [Review]

Deadly Enterprise and Lethal Voyage named to the Short List for the 2020 Chanticleer Book Review CLUE Award

I’m thrilled to announce that both Deadly Enterprise (Mike Stoneman Thriller #2) and Lethal Voyage (Mike Stoneman Thriller #3) have been named to the Short List for the 2020 CLUE award, given out by the Chanticleer Book Review to the best books in the Mystery/Suspense/Thriller genres. Books 2 & 3 in the Series now join … More Deadly Enterprise and Lethal Voyage named to the Short List for the 2020 Chanticleer Book Review CLUE Award

Mara’s Awakening (The Mara Files, Book 1), by Leo Flynn [Review]

I’m a science fiction fan and had positive expectations for Mr. Flynn’s attempt to construct a serial space opera consisting of a progression of short stories. Naturally, the key to success is an opening segment that captivates the reader, who then can’t wait for the next installment. Unfortunately, for all its action, this story falls … More Mara’s Awakening (The Mara Files, Book 1), by Leo Flynn [Review]

Moonlight Becomes You (An Eidola Project Novel Book 2), by Robert Herold [REVIEW]

If you are a fan of paranormal historical horror, you may well enjoy the second installment of Robert Herold’s Eidola (Eye-DOH-La) Project series, Moonlight Becomes You. The author takes us to post-Civil War Virginia, where the Ku Klux Klan is happy to lynch the Black member of the paranormal investigation team, where they have to … More Moonlight Becomes You (An Eidola Project Novel Book 2), by Robert Herold [REVIEW]