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Early reviews of my new stand-alone suspense novel Island Life are coming in. Check them out. The novel comes out in March, 2008, from Five Star. “Beautifully written and richly nuanced, Island Life by Michael W. Sherer transcends the usual suspense tale. No one will be able to resist rooting for Jack Holm as he fights for his son, his daughter, and ultimately his own soul when his wife is found dead and he's arrested for the crime. Full of insider details and psychological insight, this taut tale takes the reader into the darkest recesses of the human heart. Sherer is an artist, and his work is powerful.” —Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Last Spymaster “In a shift from his Emerson Ward mysteries (Death is No Bargain, 2006, etc.), Sherer creates a suspenseful tale of a family stressed by the conflicts murder reveals.” —Kirkus Review
“Island Life is a terrific novel of a tortured husband doing his best to deal with a missing wife and his therefore motherless children. Michael W. Sherer is a seasoned pro who adopts a fascinating narrative voice: While the plot is developed through the first-person voice of Jack Holm, the reader is provided back-story through short prelude scenes of Jack with his psychotherapist, trying to work through why his wife might have left her family. A truly different and fascinating story.” —Jeremiah Healy, author of Turnabout and The Only Good Lawyer
(More information coming soon at www.islandlife-thebook.com.
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The good, bad and ugly, I love reviews. Here's the early take on NIGHT BLIND, the first novel in the Blake Sanders thriller series, out in October, 2012.
“Sherer’s NIGHT BLIND is the type of story I crave—a deep mystery wrapped in an impossible to put down thriller. This is a novel that will keep you up late, and force you out of bed early to start reading again. Loved every page of it.”
—Brett Battles, author of SICK and the Jonathan Quinn…Continue
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Hey, everybody, please check out my new book video. Like many here, I'm essentially computer-illiterate, and therefore justifiably proud that I actually produced and posted this video trailer without help from my technically savvy kids.
Let me know what you think. Thanks.
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Thanks for leaving me a message - I hope that amounts to a Friend Request, in which case many thanks. I;m Brit, living in Brittany, NW France, but I know Seattle a little (particularly West Seattle) and I adore the place.
Has your book found a publisher yet? If so, please let me know - I'd like to read anything with a Seattle setting.
I wish I could have gotten this tag for you in Michael, but there wasn't enough time. (I sure hope Mike is ok with you)
Have a wonderful and safe Fourth of July!
Thanks for filling me in on your association with Ed Goldberg. I'm glad to hear my uncle was instrumental in getting you published--that's awesome. Yeah, Ed is a pretty terrific guy! We're glad he's part of the family!
I just checked out your video promo for Island Life - what can I say, it's fantastic. Hope it's doing well - I'll be buying a copy on the basis of that vid alone!
I also do biographies and enjoy UFOlogy as a writer's craft/investigations of trace evidence.
Thanks for the add . Another book for my list !
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