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Did They Really Have to Shoot Her

If you love crime novels set along the coast of Southern California, you’ll love South on Pacific Coast Highway. Think Chandler and Hammett and the great noir films from the thirties and forties. Sultry dames and unsolved murders, bad cops and even badder criminals. A crisp but measured pace, with the desert wind for a backdrop… Or perhaps you’d like to read about Americans incarcerated in Mexican prisons during the sixties. My fact based, crime fiction novel, The Trip Into Milky Way, captures unforgettably those Read More +

Thanks to Artist First Radio for the Interview

If you love crime novels set along the coast of Southern California, you’ll love South on Pacific Coast Highway. Think Chandler and Hammett and the great noir films from the thirties and forties. Sultry dames and unsolved murders, bad cops and even badder criminals. A crisp but measured pace, with the desert wind for a backdrop… Or perhaps you’d like to read about Americans incarcerated in Mexican prisons during the sixties. My fact based, crime fiction novel, The Trip Into Milky Way, captures unforgettably those Read More +

Mad as Hell and I’m Not Going to Take it Anymore

If you love crime novels set along the coast of Southern California, you’ll love South on Pacific Coast Highway. Think Chandler and Hammett and the great noir films from the thirties and forties. Sultry dames and unsolved murders, bad cops and even badder criminals. A crisp but measured pace, with the desert wind for a backdrop… Or perhaps you’d like to read about Americans incarcerated in Mexican prisons during the sixties. My fact based, crime fiction novel, The Trip Into Milky Way, captures unforgettably those Read More +

In the Beginning was the Word

If you love crime novels set along the coast of Southern California, you’ll love South on Pacific Coast Highway. Think Chandler and Hammett and the great noir films from the thirties and forties. Sultry dames and unsolved murders, bad cops and even badder criminals. A crisp but measured pace, with the desert wind for a backdrop… Or perhaps you’d like to read about Americans incarcerated in Mexican prisons during the sixties. My fact based, crime fiction novel, The Trip Into Milky Way, captures unforgettably those Read More +

A Day of Schmoozing

Well, I awakened with grand plans to resume work on this novella I’m writing for a young fellow from India, trains and jungles and tigers and the Himalayas and ashrams and a billion people in a country the size of Saudi Arabia, but life had other plans for me. I booted up my computer and found myself confronted with hundreds of e-mails in response to my big marketing blitz. Well, you try to write with that sort of thing going “yoo hoo, over here.” I Read More +

Giving Birth

7/28/13 THE BIG LAUNCH! So, I should start with saying, halleluiah, holy Jesus, thank god, the novel is finally out of my hands. I don’t dare go back and look at the damned thing. I know I’ll only start tinkering again. When it comes to my work, not even perfect is good enough for me. And did I tell you how vulnerable and naked to the world I feel? Who knows if anyone cares. Hell, even if they do, I’m already feeling empty and lost. Read More +