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You can take Jack out of L.A. — in this case, all the way to Napa Valley — but you can’t take the L.A. out of Jack, as this excerpt from THE LAST HEIR at CriminalElements.com conclusively proves. Meanwhile, I … Continue reading
And there’s so much to catch up on: Publishers Weekly reviews Green-Eyed Lady here, as does Criminal Elements here. I hope you’ll check it out! Don’t forget to check the calendar to see if I’m coming to your neighborhood.
Because I haven’t attended many conferences at this (early) stage of my writing career, particularly “fan-based” events like the Left-Coast Crime 2013 gathering this past weekend in Colorado Springs, each remains a unique and memorable experience for this crime-fiction newbie. … Continue reading
As a writer edits his novel-in-progress, he invariably leaves chunks of feeble prose on the cutting-room floor. More often than not, the discarded material ends up where it belongs, and what remains is improved by its absence. Sometimes the cuts … Continue reading
Most of the reviews for HUSH MONEY have included some variant of the phrase ‘we hope this is the first in a series.’ Here’s another, from the good folks at Stop, You’re Killing Me. Which is all good, because Jack will be back … Continue reading