Books & Blog: December 14, 2018

Dreadful Company, Vivian Shaw The Cabin at the End of the World, Paul Tremblay White Silence, Jodi Taylor Past Tense, Lee Child I enjoyed Vivian Shaw’s first Greta Helsing book, Strange Practice,so much that I was very glad to get the second book, Dreadful Company.Dr. Helsing specializes in the treatment of supernatural creatures, and many of …

Books & Blog: June 13, 2017

This coming weekend I’ll be on Sea Island, GA… Then I go to ThrillerFest in NYC. And after that… Comic-Con in San Diego… I’m appearing with the cast of “Midnight, Texas”… I’m also working hard on “Texoma” (working title), the first book in a trilogy I’m writing for Simon and Schuster…

Books & Blog: September 14, 2015

Books of the Week: Make Me, Lee Child Murder of an Open Book, Denise Swanson Redshirts, John Scalzi Magic Shifts, Ilona Andrews I’ve known Lee Child for a few years now, and I’ve always loved his books. I remember reading Killing Floor when it came out in paperback and telling …

Books & Blog: May 26, 2015

Books of the Week:   Plague Town, Plague Nation, Plague World, Dana Fredsti Lord Peter Wimsey books, Dorothy L. Sayers The Harry Potter Books, J.K. Rowling   I met Dana Fredsti at the Bram Stoker weekend in Atlanta. Sometimes, only a good zombie novel will do (at least for me). …

October 20, 2014

Books of the Week: A Demon Summer,  G.M. Malliet Personal, Lee Child Murder at Honeychurch Hall,  Hannah Dennison The Beautiful Ashes, Jeaniene Frost On my recent vacation, I read a lot of old Miss Marple and Poirot novels by the late, great, Agatha Christie. These books are all very familiar …