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Books are the gateway to imagination
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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Who's Got the Money? now at select Barnes & Noble stores

Yesterday I stopped by the Barnes & Noble in Marina Del Rey CA and signed some copies of the funny crime caper, WHO'S GOT THE MONEY? that I co-authored with Meredith Holland. Today I visited the B&N in Manhattan Beach CA and also signed copies.

Still have several stores on my list. It is great to have them available in various B&N stores as well as at online booksellers. You can, of course, order a copy at your favorite local bookstores, too.

Oak Tree Press has been doing a great job of supporting us and Meredith and I really appreciate it. We were so happy when our book placed as a Finalist in the USA Best Books Awards sponsored by USA Book News.

It was particularly thrilling for me to add to my list of awards, since the first Silver Sisters Mystery I co-authored with my sister Phyllice Bradner, A CORPSE IN THE SOUP, also placed in the 2007 USA Book News Awards as Best Mystery Audio Book, and there are now three books in the series with a fourth in work.

Every experience I have writing a book with a co-author is different depending upon their style and expertise. My latest project is a true crime book, No More Crying Angels, and it is nearing completion of the first draft. I'm co-authoring that with true crime author Dennis N. Griffin.

And then, of course, there are the books I write on my own. Sleep??? What's that?

Sunday, November 11, 2012

"Who's Got the Money?" reviewed by eMystery Newsletter

"Who's Got the Money?",  the funny caper involving federal prisons, a greedy embezzler and three Charlie's Angels "wannabes" is reviewed in thisweek's All Mystery e-Newsletter. Available in Kindle and paperback from Oak Tree Press. Who's Got the Money? 

All Mystery e-Newsletter has rapidly become a source for mystery lovers and authors alike to find the best in new mystery books.

I'm delighted that editor Rebecca Dahlke chose to include "Who's Got the Money?" in the reviews this week. If you love fast moving capers laced with humor check this one out. 

The book was inspired by real experiences my co-author and I had while working for the real government corporation that manufactures all kinds of furniture in prison factories. A great example of using your own experiences to create a plausible fictional plot.

Think about an $800 MILLION DOLLAR A YEAR business combined with greedy people who've figured out a clever way to dip into the coffers, and you have 'WHO'S GOT THE MONEY?"

Post a review and get a free PDF copy of GETTING EVEN, the prequel where the protagonist Jennifer gets even with the young lover who stole her money and her heart. He's part of the reason she had to go to work for the prison system. Just email a copy of the review for your free copy