Category Archives: Thriller

Death By a Thousand Cuts

A number of years ago, I attended a writers’ conference in New York City. It was a great experience and I met several wonderful people. One of my favorite persons is a young mother by the name of Jakki Clarke. … Continue reading

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The Boston Marathon Attack

If you have read my new book, Suicide Squeeze, you could not help but be taken aback by the eerie similarity between the events in the novel and the attacks that took place at yesterday’s Boston Marathon. Readers all over … Continue reading

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eHarmony vs. Love.com

Men and women have a deep-seated need to find one another (duh). Whether that imperative is merely biological or is primarily Biblical (“it is not good for Man to live alone”), our souls yearn to find that special someone. I’m … Continue reading

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Character du jour – Joseph (Big Chief) Huff

Absolutely, one of my favorite characters in my new book, Suicide Squeeze, is Joseph (Big Chief) Huff. I think I had more fun creating him than any other character including my main character, Mercury Mercer. The Chief is a pitcher, … Continue reading

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