I want to give you a FREE book today, as my way of saying "thanks" for following me, supporting me, buying my books, liking my posts, leaving reviews, and every other amazing thing you do! You're great! The Absolver: Confession is a short prequel to The Absolver series and introduces you to Michael Thomas. This story… Continue reading FREE Book For Everyone!!
Did I ever tell you about last Thanksgiving, when I made dinner for my writing group in a 12th-century Austrian castle? Keep scrolling for photos of our spread atop the dining hall’s 17-century furnishings. I’ve also included an incredible recipe I stole from Jamie Oliver’s website fair-and-square. Go ahead and peek, I’ll wait here for… Continue reading Holiday Gratitude: There’s Two Os in “Goose”
In advance of the upcoming release of “The Absolver: Rome,” I wanted to give you some insight about how the new series came about, along with my research into a number of conspiracy topics. Beware the rabbit holes, folks, I can tell you that they’re all deeper than they first appear. It’s as good a… Continue reading How I Planned My Conspiracy
If you're enjoying the shorter Alex Landon Case File series, you'll be pleased to know that the next book, The Misery Merchant, has just been released And, you the bargain price launch price of just $0.99 is frozen until the end of the week. So hurry, download your copy today and continue collecting the Case… Continue reading The Misery Merchant – OUT TODAY
If you're enjoying the shorter Alex Landon Case File series, you'll be pleased to know that the next book, The Misery Merchant, is released on April 30th. And, you can pre order for the bargain price of just $0.99. But hurry, once it's released the price will be rising. This is just a special price… Continue reading The Misery Merchant – Preorder today at a bargain price.
We just got "The Debt Collectors" launched, which is based on a few cases that I and my partners have worked over the years. It's been fun, at times, to relive the events upon which my stories are based; at others, though, it's been admittedly difficult. I digress...I wanted to write about several truths in "TDC."… Continue reading Fire Forensics and The Flame Retardant Torso
The last two months of 2017 kept me so busy that I had little time to show gratitude to those around me who most deserved it, or to share with you all a few short pieces of news. I wanted to cover this first so I can move through the rest of this year focused… Continue reading Inaugural Goose, Fortress Murders Most Foul, and Gratitude
Christmas is over for another year, but it got me thinking about what great crime books have been written using the season as a backdrop. Here's ten of the greats - let me know if there's any you think should be on the list. Maigret’s Christmas by George Simenon This collection of nine short stories… Continue reading Top 10 Christmas Crime Novels
I didn’t ever set out to become a writer. For that matter, I didn’t initially set out to become a cop, either. Both just kinda happened. Well, not exactly true, you don’t accidentally apply, complete a thirty-page background packet about everything you’ve ever done, ever thought about doing, or ever been within range of doing,… Continue reading Author by Accident
I'm found St. Michael's Cathedral near the Stephanplatz in Vienna's main district. As the patron saint of law enforcement, I try to visit St Michael's churches and cathedrals whenever I travel, and I'd certainly be remiss not to visit on this trip, which is specifically about the union of my cop work and my writing. Even… Continue reading Hommage to the Original Enforcer