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Tales of Tomasewski by Del Staecker

Publisher:  Musa Publishing

Publishing Date: October 2012

ISBN:  978-I-6I937-8I9-3

Would you like to know what makes a good detective?  Well, I think it’s the same qualities that make a good anything.  Doing what you have to do, even when you don’t really feel like doing it.

Like going out and risking you rear end when you just know that you’re not going to get any credit or thanks for it.  Like solving cases that no one else wants any part of. You…


Added by Reginald on January 10, 2013 at 8:10am — No Comments

Mike Well’s Lust, Money, & Murder (Book 1)

It may seem a crazy thing to do.  I mean writing about a book that you haven’t even finished reading yet.

So why bother?  I bothering because Mike Well’s “Lust, Money, & Murder” is written in three parts and part one is a good teaser that’s leading me to download parts two and three.  Let’s face it.  I want to see what happens…


Added by Reginald on December 18, 2012 at 3:00am — No Comments

Stephen R. Coar's "The Deadly Track...A Ride Against Time"

If you like fast-paced action stories with a moral lesson thrown in, I think you’ll enjoy this one. 


In a nutshell:  A deformed, angry, man’s life goal is to bring the New Jersey rail system to a complete standstill and murder as many innocent passengers as possible.  An FBI special agent, suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury is just as…


Added by Reginald on October 24, 2012 at 9:15am — No Comments

James Patterson’s “I Michael Bennett” with Michael Ledwidge

Forbes lists him as one of the wealthiest men on earth.  Law enforcement lists him as one of the most ruthless drug lords on the planet. 

He is linked to approximately 700 murders in the past 3 years.  His enemies run to the witness protection program at the mere mention of his name.  If they don’t, they end up dead.


He has ordered the assassination of U.S. border patrol agents and their entire families.  Even a sitting judge is not immune to his…


Added by Reginald on September 24, 2012 at 10:01am — No Comments

Linda Castillo’s “Gone Missing”

You see it on television and read about it in the newspaper.  You shake your head sadly as you reach for your morning coffee.  “What’s the world coming too,” you wonder as you blow across the coffee cup and take a sip.

You just can’t imagine anything like “that” happening to you or any of your


And yet, “it” happens all the time, with frightening regularity.  “It’s” happening to

wealthy families in nice neighborhoods…


Added by Reginald on September 9, 2012 at 11:36am — No Comments

Robert B. Parker, the most marvelous, crime writer, ever

I know it’s a bit late (more than 2 years, in fact), but I’d like to say a few, brief words about one of my favorite authors, Robert B. Parker

I was originally introduced to Mr. Parker’s work by my mother.  An avid reader of crime fiction, my mother and I started exchanging books when I was a teenager.

The first Parker novel she introduced me to was “Playmates”, in 1989.  Yes, I was late for the bandwagon, but when it rolled down my street, I happily jumped on…


Added by Reginald on August 27, 2012 at 6:45am — No Comments

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