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Hello Jan, I read Shelfari has you as a member with Vince Flynn’s “The Last Man” and would like to recommend another Thriller, "The Diaries of Pontius Pilate.” It draws upon the author’s Special Forces background and has great reviews. “Diaries” is not a vanity or self-pub book, but is published by Trestle Press, a small independent press outside of Philadelphia under its imprint, My Helping Hands Press, that gave an unorthodox novel - “Diaries” is a hybrid, part military, part religious intrigue - a chance. Full disclosure - I wrote it and hope you’ll give it a chance - on Kindle, Paperback, Nook or Kobo.Best wishes, Joe Lewis www.josephmaxlewis.com
Hi Jan, You might enjoy reading my collection of 16 short stories titled Smoking on Mount Rushmore (Kindle release). The stories are selected from the best I wrote and published over the past decade. Some sweet, some hardboiled, some softboiled. The editors include Sarah Weinman and Al Guthrie. Thanks for your continued interest! Best, Ed
Hi Jan,I hope all is well. My latest crime novel ASK THE DICE has been published by Crossroad Press who has also brought out novels by Tom Piccirilli, John Lutz, and Ed Gorman. Please consider reading ASK THE DICE on your favorite e-reader. The cover description for ASK THE DICE appears below.Thank you for your continued interest in reading my books.Best regards,Ed Lynskey Cover description: Over the past two decades, Tommy Mack Zane has faithfully worked as a contract killer for Watson Ogg, the Washington, D.C. crime boss. Now middle age creeping up finds Tommy Mack edgy, jaded, and weary of his grisly trade. As he contemplates retirement, he is framed for the murder of Mr. Ogg’s niece. Desperate, Tommy Mack enlists the aid of his friends, the mercurial D. Noble and burly Esquire to do battle with Mr. Ogg and his mercenary “dark suits.” A new, better life filled with his passions for poetry and jazz drives Tommy Mack to the slambang climax where a few dark secrets about his past are unearthed.
You appear to be a fan of the In Death series and may be interested in the J. D. Robb Rules group. Check it out and consider joining. The link is below. http://www.shelfari.com/groups/10098/about
Thanks again Jan, I think I am going to buy this one tomorrow. I love books and reading. I was just in Jamaica a couple of weeks ago and I got to read while I was in a cabana ovelooking the ocean. It was so relaxing. I miss that.
Thank you. Nice meeting you as well. I sent you a private message as well.
That is the only book by him I have read, thus far. I had not done much investigating beyond what was available at our town bookstore, so I was thrilled to see the books you had listed on your shelf. Did you like them as much or more than "Lincoln Lawyer?" I mean, I thought he did an excellent job of keeping the flow of the story going, and I had to just sit my butt down and finish it in one sitting. LOL. I was so hooked!
Have you read Michael Connelly's "Lincoln Lawyer?"
Hi Jan, Thank you for the friend add. The only place I've seen for my books in Australia is they're sold on Nile/AU which is online. (Sorry but all my books are sold online right now). Many thanks for your interest and for your message and library on Shelfari. Ed
I cried. Iloved it. It's by Mitch Albom- he also wrote 'Tuesdays with Morrie" and "For One More Day". It's about the life of a man who works at an amusement park, the events that make him who he is and his tragic and heroic death. In the afterlife there are 5 people who were a part of his life that are there to explain things to him... all stories of the 5 people are amazing.I probably didn't do it much justice in explaining it... My mom has read it too... She might do better! :)