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.
Dead Winner — Published September 26, 2022 It is always a thrill when a new book is born. The Kindle edition of Dead Winner will be published November 22, 2022 and is available now for pre-order. But before then the paperback, hardcover, and audiobook versions of the new novel will be officially published, starting today … More Congratulations . . . it’s a novel!
Pre-Order today for $2.99 I am thrilled to announce that the new book, “Dead Winner,” now has an amazon sale page and is available for pre-order at the discount price of $2.99 for the Kindle edition — available November 22. The paperback (in wide release) and hardcover will be available sooner. The Audiobook also will … More Dead Winner now available for Pre-Order!
“A pleasant and engaging read that I highly recommend for sci-fi and adventure fiction fans.” This is my first foray into the works of John B. Rosenman, who creates fascinating characters and intricate plots, resulting in an enjoyable and captivating novel. The intriguing opening of Crash finds the protagonist badly injured after his spacecraft crashes … More Crash (Inspector of the Cross, book 6), by John B. Rosenman [Review]
“A comfortable attempt to address a real-world issue, but without much thrill or mystery.” Author David Crosby’s Will Harper series is very successful and includes eight novels. I picked up a box set of the first three books in the series to see what the fuss is about. I ended up reading book #2, Guilty … More Guilty Money, by David Crosby (A Will Harper Thriller/Mystery) [Review]
“It drew me in and turned me on. A very clever, original, and exquisitely erotic story.” I don’t read a lot of romance, and was not even aware that Amazon has a category for “Paranormal Witches & Wizards Romance,” but No Broomsticks Allowed drew me in and turned me on. A very clever, original, and … More No Broomsticks Allowed, by Heather Harrison [Review]
A complex plot with a deliciously twisty ending Willow Rose weaves a complex plot of murder, abuse, and vigilante justice. In the beginning, the seemingly unrelated story threads are hard to follow, but stick with them as Detective Jack Ryder works two murder cases and tries to protect his recent love interest, a pop singer … More Slip Out The Back Jack, by Willow Rose [Review]
A captivating tale of horror, ghosts, and Chinese mysticism This beautifully-written story of ghosts, supernatural monsters, and Chinese mysticism drew me in from the beginning because of Junie, the engaging heroine. Junie is searching to find her identity. She lacks self-confidence, is socially awkward, and has not made her parents proud – yet. She is … More The Geomancer’s Apprentice, by Yin Leong [review]
Fatal Infraction (Mike Stoneman Thriller #4) — #1 Best Police Procedural of 2021 — Chanticleer Book Review The Chanticleer Book Review has now officially posted the list of 1st Place category winners in the CLUE Award competition. Fatal Infraction (Mike Stoneman Thriller #4) is the best Police Procedural of 2021! Thanks to the Chanticleer Book … More New Award for the Mike Stoneman Thriller Series — Best Police Procedural of 2021: Fatal Infraction
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: