by T. A. Novak
T. A. Noak’s latest novel, THE COUNTY, is a tale about a Detroit cop moving to the Oakland County Sheriff Department in Michigan during the 1970s.
This novel is a follow-up to ALLEY JUSTICE and AMONG THE TIN CANS AND BOKEN GLASS featuring more adventures of Jake Bush.
T. A. Novak is a 72-year-old retiree (since the end of 1997). He is a married father of four grown children, has one stepson, eight grandchildren, five great grandchildren and counting. His wife of 22 years, Edie, is his partner, friend, biggest fan and critic. Her subtle suggestions started the long journey that resulted in his first novel, Among the Tin Cans and Broken Glass. That novel was based on the experiences he had as a police officer in Detroit during the 1960s.
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by Dani Hoots
A Falling Starr
One year ago, I lost all my memories. Who I was, where I was from, all of it was gone. I tried to live past it, looking only to the future, but the darknes that was my past still haunted me.
One year ago Angela Starr woke up in Portland with no memory of who she was nor where she was from. Since then she has been searching for any trace of herself, only to find nothing. Wanting to move on with her life, she decides to enroll into college only to run into someone she feels familiar with. Did she know him before the accident? Did he have the answers she had been desperately searching for? With strange men following her and a man who seems to know more than he is letting on, Angela Starr may finally find what she has been looking for.
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by Ron Wick
Ron Wick’s new mystery thriller KILLER DISC, the action-packed mystery thriller Book Three of the Santiago Mystery Series, is now available in print from Amazon.com and E-book from Amazon.com and Smashwords.com.
An industrial accident triggers a deadly sequence of events. Michelle “Mitch” Santiago and the woman she is protecting, Shari Stiletto, are threatened with torture and death when the only backup file of research data is stolen from Virus Detect Labatories and then stolen again as part of a simple looting. Industrial espionage, fraud and murder result as three groups fight each other in their pursuit of the stolen property and the only woman who can link all of the pieces together. KILLER DISC begins with an electrocution, ends with a sting of a scorpion, and Santiago is caught in the middle.
Lance Norwood calls KILLER DISC “A spine tingling thriller of white collar crime gone bad.” Darin Chase wrote, “The simple theft of a backup file takes Santiago from cyber theft to its underside of fear, murder and revenge.” Debora Lewis, Publisher calls Wick “A great writer.”
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 43, No.6 December 2014/January 2015