Chapter 1 — Offensive Planning THE BOSS’S OPEN HAND slammed against his glass desktop with an ear-splitting smack. Every ornament, pen, and even the phone jumped and then rattled back into place. “Damn it all! I didn’t want it to come to this!” The huge man standing on the other side of the desk … More Fatal Infraction (Mike Stoneman #4) — Preview of Chapter 1
The Russian Assassin is a prototypical spy thriller, with Russian spies, CIA spies, hired mercenary killers, a shadowy billionaire pulling the strings behind a global conspiracy, and a non-stop series of firefights, fist fights, torture, chase scenes, and plot twists. It’s a roller coaster of action that will keep all thriller fans happy and on … More The Russian Assassin (Max Austin Thriller #1), by Jack Arbor [Review]
This is a well-written action/suspense story with outstandingly crafted characters. The heart of the story is the relationships between Matt Lanier – a professional bass player and reluctant hero – and his boyhood friends from a small Minnesota town (Straight River). His ex-wife is also drawn into the mystery and his aching desire to reunite … More Straight River, by Chris Norbury [Review]
I’m very happy to unveil two montage videos for The Mike Stoneman Thriller Series! The short version (1:30) is now posted on the home page of this website. The longer version (3:00) is embedded below. We’ll see where else we can post the long version for those who have the extended time to watch! The … More MSTS Video Montage(s)
Here’s a short video in which I talk about the upcoming book!
Judge’s Comments: “This was such a satisfying read. The opening was terrific and pulled me right in. I must admit, at first, I was a little disappointed to know, right off the bat, that the killer was a woman. I like to not know and try to guess as I continue reading. But you made … More Writer’s Digest Gives Lethal Voyage a perfect 5 out of 5 in every category!!
First, kudos to Anthony DiComo, a gifted and experienced sports writer, for crafting the life story of David Wright and making it a pleasure to read. The writing here reads as if it’s David Wright’s voice, and it’s masterful in presentation and flow. Great job by a writer who rightly gets co-writer billing (rather than … More The Captain: A Memoir, by David Wright and Anthony DiComo [Review]
The first draft of book #4 is out for beta reader comments. By the end of January, it should be in my editor’s hands. For now, here’s a sneak peek at the book blurb. It’s still subject to some tweaks, so if you have any ideas or comments, please pass them along! Controversial (Black) quarterback … More Fatal Infraction: Mike Stoneman Thriller #4 — sneak peek at the book blurb
David Myles Robinson is a wonderful writer who is able to create intricate stories while remaining accurate in his depictions of legal process and courtroom scenes. This is a rare talent that he puts again on display in his latest Pancho McMartin yarn, Tropical Deception. This is my second dive into this series and I … More Tropical Deception (A Pancho McMartin Legal Thriller), by David Myles Robinson [Review]
Dared to Run is a book with some very good writing, a compelling story, and interesting characters. Everything you need for an enjoyable read. This is the first book in the Kate Anderson series. Book two is already available and readers who want to know what happens next (and there are a bunch of continuing … More Dared to Run (A Kate Anderson Mystery), by J. J. Clarke [Review]