I have a new short story up. It's a Western, but also a mystery. Have a look: http://www.ropeandwire.com/western-short-story-the-price-of-a-meal-by-j-r-lindermuth.html
Posted on December 11, 2017 at 11:29pm
If you haven't read the five books in the Sticks Hetrick mystery series, now's your chance.
Whiskey Creek Press is holding a holiday sale on the Hetrick and four other great mystery/suspense series. Each e-book in the series is only $4.99 at Amazon Kindle or B&N Nook.
Daniel 'Sticks' Hetrick is a retired Pennsylvania police chief who helps solve baffling crimes for the police with the help of his protégé, officer Flora Vastine. It's murder, mystery, and suspense set…Continue
Posted on December 13, 2012 at 12:41am
Morgen Bailey has updated her original interview with me. You can access it here: http://morgensauthorinterviews.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/author-interview-no125-john-lindermuth.html
Posted on June 27, 2012 at 2:15am
A Virtuous Thief, a Sticks Hetrick short story, is in the current issue of Kings River Life, http://kingsriverlife.com/01/07/a-virtuous-thief-an-original-mystery-short-story/
Posted on January 8, 2012 at 3:45am
Luther Longlow is talking about his stubborn daughter, her beau, Sheriff Sylvester Tilghman, and events in Fallen From Grace at http://franorenstein.weebly.com/1/post/2011/12/final-character-interview-fallen-from-grace-by-john-lindermuth.html?
Posted on January 2, 2012 at 12:06am
Welcome, J.R. I look forward to reading your work. Also, librarians are my favorite people.
Congrats on being a PIO. That's what I wanted to be. They woudn't do it. I was just eighteen, maybe too young, but for whatever reason, they talked me into being a personnel clerk--which was real real boring. When I got to Vietnam I was assigned as a Casualty Reporter with the 25th Inf. Div. I liked the job. I worked at night.
JR, sorry for the delay in getting back to you. New book published and my time has been taken up with that.
Good to meet up!
That's great. You had the smarts to get onto a real job and stay in-country. They shipped me out for Ft Sill and I volunteered for Vietnam to get out of Okalhoma.
I watched Memories of a Murder, Bong Joo-ho's Korean crime film.
Awkward, but deep and dark. Thanks for putting me onto it.
Not to pry, but what were you doing in Korea? I was being an
18 year old soldier (dopey kid), but it was wild.