Wolf Dillard had been having a great carnal dream involving himself and a local waitress until he was woken up by a very loud screech. A screech in the night that continued long after he awoke and seemed to sort of contain words in some sort of unintelligible language. Wolf made his way through his home to his screened in porch where he grabbed his shotgun from where it rested next to his freezer. By the time he got there the horrible loud noise had stopped. Karakawa County was silent and…Continue
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PERFECT PEACE is the second novel of my PERFECT WORLDS series, and it’s also my longest novel to date, logging in at around 156,000 words. Not only that, it’s the single seed that the whole projected series grew from.
It began as a simple idea that kept surfacing in my mind, usually as I was dropping off to sleep at night. I honestly don’t know where it came from – I like to think that it was a message from the ether, from the place where all true and good creative thoughts emerge. …Continue
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As occasional readers of this blog or visitors to my website may know, I am currently involved in the on-going process of writing a series of full-length crime/mystery/suspense novels gathered together under the umbrella title of PERFECT WORLDS. I have two titles already completed and e-published, a third underway, and a fourth still in the planning stage, but today I think I’d like to talk about the first in the series, PERFECT DAY.
The whole PERFECT WORLDS project began when I…Continue
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Teen Time Travel Novels 2-Book Bundle contains two complete young adult time travel novels by bestselling author R. Barri Flowers, including Christmas Wishes: Laura’s Story and Danger in Time.
Christmas Wishes: Laura’s…Continue
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As the placid residents of Valentine, Vermont, prepare for a pleasant holiday weekend, a series of explosions tears up Main Street, killing and injuring dozens of people and changing their lives forever. Who could be behind this devastating attack, and what can they possibly gain? Crime reporter Ace Herron, armed only with his pen, his questions, and his lifelong knowledge of the town, is determined to get to the bottom of the case, no matter what.
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As the residents of Valentine, Vermont, prepare themselves for a placid holiday weekend, a series of explosions rips up Main Street, killing and injuring dozens, and changing lives forever. Who could do such a thing? What could they hope to gain?
Crime reporter Ace Herron, armed only with his pen, his questions, and hid lifelong knowledge of the town, is determined to get to the bottom of it, if he can. On Amazon and Kindle.…Continue
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It begins far from Bisbee, Arizona in Great Barrington, Massachusetts where the daughter of a reclusive hoarder is forced to return to the home she hated. Selma Machett's life is ending and it is up to Liza, as the only living relative around, to deal with the latest installment of a dysfunctional and tragic family. Amidst the filth in the debris filled house she finds a small fortune. A small fortune, primarily in one hundred dollar bills, that belongs to folks determined to get it back…Continue
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After an introduction by the author Dangerous Women and Desperate Men: Four Short Stories Of People On The Brink opens with “Blood Red Rings.” Officer Frank Harper is running solo this night and things have been quiet in the zone. That is good as he has lot to think about at home and work. Then, as you knew it would, the night erupts into violence.…Continue
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On Saturday 28 June I was invited to talk to readers at Worthing Library about crime writing and my crime novels.
Worthing is a seaside town and the largest in the county of West Sussex. It nestles at…Continue
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Dan Willis is a well paid and well trained assassin for the United States government. At least that part seems to be true as this complex thriller starts. He believes he is working for a super secret part of the United States government, Homeland Protection, on missions to take out insurgents living in this country. Sleeper style agents working for the enemy and plotting horrendous acts against targets inside the United States. Having done three tours with the army including being part of…Continue
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CSI Portsmouth brings together bestselling crime authors, police, crime and forensic experts to debate crime fiction versus crime…Continue
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Starting today, all of my Kindle e-books will be free on Amazon through Sunday, June 29. Included are:
A Small Sacrifice. Nominated for a Shamus Award for Best Indie PI Novel, it’s the story of Chicago investigator Nick Forte, who is asked to clear the name of a man who has been…Continue
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On Thursday 19 June I had the pleasure of speaking to members of a very friendly and welcoming U3a at Ringwood. Ringwood is an historic market town in Hampshire (England) located on the River Avon, on the western edge of the New Forest. It’s situated between Southampton and Bournemouth.
Apparently Ringwood had a long history of a thriving hand knitting industry. (I knew I should have taken my knitting). It became famous for its "Ringwood" woollen gloves, which were knitted in…Continue
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For authors who give away the most free copies of their works in a given year. And the award goes to...
After reviewing THE INTERLOPER by Dave Zeltserman yesterday, today I am reviewing DANGEROUS WOMEN AND DESPERATE MEN: FOUR SHORT STORIES OF PEOPLE ON THE BRINK by Rick Mofina. My reviews are always spoiler free so I hope you come by the blog and take a look.
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Added by Kevin R. Tipple on June 25, 2014 at 11:53am — No Comments
Happy pub day to me! My original novel based on the television series The Killing publishes today!
When firefighters respond to a suspected meth explosion at a trailer park, they discover a man’s body in a neighboring trailer, unburned but with terrible head wounds. The meth cooker lies in…Continue
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Killer Evidence Legal Thrillers 4-Book Bundle contains four full length legal suspense thriller novels by award winning criminologist and bestselling crime writer R. Barri Flowers, including State’s Evidence, Persuasive Evidence, Justice Served, and Fractured…Continue
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A man always takes full responsibility for his actions. That’s what Uncle Buddy used to say to us boys who hung around him all the time. Uncle Buddy was something of an enigma. He never told us where he came from, but from the way he talked we knew he wasn’t from East Texas. He didn’t have that slow, sugary…Continue
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