- Richmond, KY, USA
- member since September 21, 2007
Hello Peachesandolivia, 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
Thank you for following my novels (LAKE CHARLES, THE BLUE CHEER) and my reading list. My new crime novel, ASK THE DICE, has been published by Crossroad Press. ASK THE DICE has earned sixteen 4/5-star ratings on Goodreads, and is priced at $3.99. Readers have written they like ASK THE DICE’s original voice and unusual plot twists.
Please consider downloading ASK THE DICE to enjoy on your favorite e-reader. If you prefer to read from traditional books, the paper version will be available shortly. Please let me know, and I’ll get in touch when it is. Thank you for your continued interest in my work.
ASK THE DICE synopsis:
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.
Hi - Looks as if you read a variety of authors also - I can't seem to settle in one area. I notice you have a new "mall" off the interstate - wonder if they have a bookstore? What a wonderful thing you do for the Lexington reading program. Looking forward to reading with you.
I finished reading the book by Braun, and not a great novel but it was readable. HA! It served no purpose really just that cats are really smart and can sense things. HA! I bought the book at B&N for like $3.00 hardback, and I'm always for bargains. HA! I read a book called The Beach House but it was by a different author. How are ya? Still hanging out in Winster? I haven't been in there lately, I downgraded to free membership and don't really have interest of playing in there much anymore. Too busy! Well you have a wonderful day. God Bless!
Guess you're reading lots of Lillian Jackson Braun, good reading? I just bought Stolen Innocence by Elissa Wall. True story of her growing up in a Polygamous Sect of Warren Jeffs. Pretty interesting. Did you ever get a chance to read The Glass Castle?
Haven't seen you in Winster, you still go in there? Hope to chat with ya sometime!
Have a nice Saturday!
I have read every Peter Decker and Rina Lazarus book written by Faye Kellerman and have enjoyed every one. I anxiously waited for the Burnt House and find it not as interesting as the previous books. It is good and I am enjoying it but not as much as I have in the past.
I hope you will take the time to view my YouTube book trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-t0K34iU6g. I am doing some research about potential characters to play the lead role in the upcoming movie. Hope you can help me out. As Ralph Eggleston Director/Production Designer of Pixar Animation Studios said,
"I LOVED the book! It's a missing, ENDLESSLY fascinating link to the history of Hollywood. Thank you for researching and writing it!! I hope it's been widely well received, as it deserves to be." Best wishes. Gaelyn