Greetings to each of you.
I hope you’re faring well under the current circumstances, and if you’re struggling, may things improve soon.
My bright spot is the release of my third book, A Letter from Munich. It’s special on a personal level because it honors some of my mother’s relatives who live in Germany, and several of them inspired characters in the book.
I hope you enjoy the book, and I would love a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads. You can just copy/paste one review into each site.
Happy reading to you, and please stay safe and healthy.
“I read this book as a stand alone but am very interested in what will come next for Jack after his decisive moves during this book.”
“I thoroughly enjoyed this read. There was non-stop action and twists and turns aplenty.”
Greetings to everyone,
Once again, on St. Patrick’s Day, proud Irishman Jack Bailey is offering Blind Eye for free now through March 19. Just click for your free book on Kindle.
I’m also excited about my third Jack Bailey book, A Letter from Munich, releasing on April 9. Discover how Jack finds himself in Munich searching for a woman who wrote a wartime love letter to his soldier father in WWII. You can preorder your copy now, either on Kindle or print.
I hope you’re all well, and I’ll remind you again next month to be on the lookout for A Letter from Munich.
Meanwhile, take care, and happy reading!
“Lelvis has done it again: captured our attention and
“Liked all the characters. I think that's the mark of a
Greetings to everyone,
I hope you’re all doing well during these warm June days.
For your summer reading, Blind Eye will be only $.99 on Kindle from today, Friday, June 28, through Sunday, June 30. It's a perfect weekend mystery to take to the beach, the lake, or just to read indoors.
I’m continuing to work on my third book featuring Jack Bailey. It’s basically finished, but I’ve been reworking some parts here and there. You may remember that the book begins in Munich as Jack and Sherk try and locate a missing woman. More on that later.
My best to you, and if you're in Texas like I am, try and stay cool!
“There were so many subtle clues that kept the reader pointed this way and that as you follow Jack and Sherk on the case. I thought the ending was a great payoff and a good surprise; I had not quite guessed.”
“Kept my interest throughout the book, characters were easy to like...ending was sudden, but thought-provoking.
A great read.”
“As in the first installment of the Bailey series, the past is always looming in this tale. The police detective’s PTSD both colors his interpretation of events and is affected
Greetings to you all,
I’d like to wish all of you the very best for the holiday season and coming new year.
I'm hoping to complete my third Jack Bailey novel next year, but it is taking longer than I’d hoped.
If there’s someone on your gift list who likes mysteries, both Bailey’s Law and Blind Eye are available at a reduced price right now (print book format). Also, the audio version is available along with the Kindle versions.
Once again, I hope you have a safe, happy, and healthy holiday, and may 2019 be better than ever.
“Liked all the characters. I think that’s the mark of a good writer. I hope there’s more in this series.”
—E. Winslow, Amazon Review
“A fantastic read that draws you into Jack’s world and provides an urgency to find out what will happen next...I very much enjoyed this novel and would recommend it to anyone who loves murder mysteries and thrillers.”
Greetings to you all,
I hope you’re enjoying autumn weather wherever you are. In Houston, fall may finally be here, with cool, crisp mornings and lower humidity. Butternut squash soup time...yum! However, in other parts of the country, it may be full-on winter. Two weeks ago in Duluth, my sister awoke to a snow-covered yard. At least it looked pretty.
I’d like to tell you about a free offer for the
Blind Eye eBook. It runs for three days—today through Sunday, October 28. This is the perfect time of year to relax and read a good mystery!
Also, Blind Eye is now available on audiobook. You may take advantage of the free trial now. It ends around November 8. Hear a sample of the narrator reading in Jack’s voice by clicking right below the cover image after you click on the link.
My best wishes for your health and well-being in the coming weeks.
After a scorching summer in Texas, I'm happy fall is here. I've been busy writing the third Jack Bailey novel, which finds him in Germany pursuing a family mystery. I won't say anything more at this time; too early!
In the meantime, Blind Eye and Bailey's Law are available for you. Meet Jack if you haven't already.
Have a good month, and happy reading.
Greetings to you all,
I hope you're enjoying a good summer with pleasant weather. Those of us in Texas are coping as best we can with the high temperatures.
Good news! The price for Blind Eye eBooks has dropped to only $3.99 on Kindle. Be sure to discover how Jack Bailey seeks justice for the most vulnerable.
Earlier in June Gary and I were in Chicago for the annual Printer's Row Literary Festival, where I signed copies of Blind Eye at the Black Rose Writing table. It was fun meeting people who were familiar with Bridgeport, a part of Chicago where the novel takes place.
We stayed on a few days to revisit museums and other sites, not to mention indulging in deep dish pizza and the biggest Bavarian pretzel I've ever seen.
I wish all of you the best in the coming weeks, and happy reading!
It's been an exciting couple of months with the release of Blind Eye and all the activities that go along with it.
Shortly after the eBook version came out, I hosted a launch/signing party at Murder By The Book bookstore in Houston. Luckily, the date fell on Indie Bookstore Day, which is celebrated nation-wide.
We had a good showing, including several long-time friends, so it was a special evening getting caught up and signing books over a glass of wine. The event was my first real bookstore engagement, so it was a fun learning experience.
Then the following week, Blind Eye won runner-up in Best Mystery/Detective Maxy Awards, which was wonderful.
To celebrate, and just in time for summer reading, Blind Eye (eBook version) is only $0.99 Thursday, May 17 through Sunday, May 20.
Now it’s time to get back to work on my third Jack Bailey book, and in the meantime, I hope everyone enjoys meeting Jack back in Chicago in Blind Eye!
“A great weekend read—perfect to take to the beach
or on the plane to your vacation destination.”