“Frozen Stiff” (A Chase Adams FBI Thriller Book 1) by Patrick Logan

When I see a book that has a female FBI agent as its chief protagonist I can’t resist. The blurb describing Frozen Stiff is intriguing. Although I never heard of author Patrick Logan, I decided to give it a try. Touted as a “female sleuth” and “police procedural” story I looked forward to a compelling read. The prologue was good. It showed grit and the promise … Continue reading “Frozen Stiff” (A Chase Adams FBI Thriller Book 1) by Patrick Logan

Cover Reveal! “Stolen Gypsy”

My new book, Stolen Gypsy, will be available for pre-order on April 15th, 2018. The cost will be $.99 for THREE DAYS ONLY during the pre-order period. I did a great deal of research when writing this one; gypsies, drug cartels, and the Witness Protection Program. It was a challenge to incorporate some diverse subjects into one cohesive story. The cover is designed by Rachel … Continue reading Cover Reveal! “Stolen Gypsy”

“Reservations” by Richard Paolinelli

  “Reservations” by Richard Paolinelli is an intriguing mystery/thriller set in the American Southwest. Super FBI agent Jack Del Rio is called upon to investigate bizarre murders in New Mexico. The President of the Navajo Nation contacts an old friend who is high ranking in the FBI for help in finding the killer of three members of the tribal council. The crimes occurred in the area … Continue reading “Reservations” by Richard Paolinelli

“Capturing Kate” by Alexis Alvarez

Alexis Alvarez steps it up to super hot in “Capturing Kate”. This is a sizzling kinky read with BDSM that will steam up the glasses of even the most adventurous reader. Reporter Kate Klein suddenly finds herself caught up in the midst of an FBI undercover operation. Hours after meeting sexy Sloan in her friend’s coffee shop she is dumped unceremoniously into his care. Sloan … Continue reading “Capturing Kate” by Alexis Alvarez

November 22, 1963 and Forward: Assassination of a President

On November 22, 1963 at approximately 12:30 PM (CST), President John F. Kennedy the 35th president of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Forty-five minutes after the shots were fired in Dealey Plaza Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested at the Texas Theater. However Oswald was not arrested for shooting the president. He was arrested for the fatal shooting of a Dallas policeman, J.D. … Continue reading November 22, 1963 and Forward: Assassination of a President