Thursday, November 29, 2018

Lieutenant Morales is on SALE

Just in time for Christmas, I have reduced the price of the three ebooks in the Lieutenant Morales mystery series. For just $0.99 each you can follow the adventures of Morales in "Dead in the Water" (a BookBub featured deal), "A Reservation for Murder," and my latest political thriller, "The China Connection."
Think about it: for just $2.97 you can own the entire trilogy! That's less than the cost of a Starbucks latte!
Just go to the following link for many hours of enjoyment:

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Check out this website for cool end of summer book recommendations. My latest political thriller, The China Connection, is included in the list.BooksGoSocial To purchase a copy, please go to this website:

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Lawrenceville is the Coolest

Another accolade for the Lawrenceville neighborhood in the Eastern area of Pittsburgh. The TripAdvisor Rentals Blog has named it one of the “coolest” neighborhoods in America. The blog referred to its “eccentric boutiques and galleries.” The post was designed to give vacationers a list of places where you can became “immersed in the heart of a neighborhood.”

Just last year, Money Magazine called Lawrenceville the “coolest” neighborhood in America.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Update to Want To Live Longer, Read Post

My August 29, 2017 post  Want To Live Longer, Read, explained that based on a study done by the Yale School of Public Health, simply reading a book every day can prolong your life by up to two years. The current edition of the Costco Connection sent to Costco customers repeats some of that same page 68.

Monday, July 23, 2018

Free Book on Amazon

Beginning tomorrow, July 24, the latest mystery in the Lieutenant Morales series, The China Connection, will be free on Amazon for a limited time.  Just go to Amazon and download it. If you like this political thriller that will keep you guessing to the very end, please consider writing a review on Amazon.  Thanks.

Monday, May 7, 2018

Making Flying Easier

The summer vacation season is almost upon us. Soon, many of us will be off to the seashore or the mountains. Or maybe just to see grandmom. Wherever we are going, many of us will choose to fly there. Maybe it’s because of the distance involved or maybe you just prefer flying to sitting in a cramped car with the kids and luggage.
But as we all know, flying today comes  with its.own perils. Who hasn’t found themselves impatiently crawling along in an interminable security line only to find out you just missed your flight by a millimeter?
Well, today, you are in luck. The New York Times recently published an article on how you can make flying easier. Notice I said easier not easy
Just copy the following link to your browser.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Jake Tapper's New Political Thriller

Jake Tapper of CNN has a new political thriller coming out soon. It's called "The Hellfire Club." From what I have seen of it, it deals with a host of political issues in the 1950s.  If you are inclined to read it, give my political thriller, "The China Connection" a chance also.  I think it will stack up quire well against Tapper's book.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

"A Rainy Night in Georgia"

The first chapter of my new thriller, "A Rainy Night in Georgia," is now available for preview on my website,  Please let me have any comments. Thanks.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

"A Rainy Night in Georgia"

My new suspense novel, "A Rainy Night in Georgia," is starting to take shape.  It is a Vietnam era war novel that takes place largely in Georgia. I think you will enjoy it. It is a departure from my Morales mysteries. I will be posting a copy of the first chapter on my website, Look for it there soon.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Goodreads Giveaway---The China Connection

Beginning January 26, you can win an e-book copy of my latest political thriller, The China Connection.  Just go to Goodreads Giveaway and enter. It's that easy. If you do win a copy, I only ask that you write a review on Goodreads and/or Amazon. I would be extremely grateful. Thanks.