Gabriele is always kind enough to translate his (Italian) reviews for me to read. Here are his thoughts on my latest novel. Enjoy. "In the scene of traditional detective fiction, essentially two schools of thought can be counted based upon the different approach with which the crime and the plot that revolves around it are… Continue reading Gabriele Crescenzi’s review of The 5 False Suicides
"I’m not afraid of going to hell. I begrudge the money the ticket is gonna cost." I'd like to begin by saying that I liked The Fabulous Clipjoint. The best artists have one thing to say and then proceed to say that one thing in as many different ways as possible. Brown is a fatalist… Continue reading The Fabulous Clipjoint
2021 was not my favorite year. I didn't read a lot, I was very ill for a long time, and it took me ages to get back to writing. This was reflected by the sparse updates and posts on the blog. I wish I could promise increased activity, but that will remain firmly in the… Continue reading Happy New Year
Before I talk about the covers, I want to make something very clear to aspiring authors who might be reading this. According to the self-publishing community, my covers are awful. They make for horrible thumbnails (the main way to sell these days), they are offensive, and they do not conform to the modern standards of… Continue reading My annual(ish) post about the cover
Finally, after much trouble and toil, The 5 False Suicides is ready for your reading pleasure -- here. Or, I suppose, displeasure if you end up not liking it. The 5 False Suicides is not detective fiction, but It will hopefully read just like it. Lots of clues, lots of misdirection, lots of murder. I… Continue reading Feeling cute. Might release a book.