Monthly Archives: January 2022

Nice Review from Grimdark Magazine

Comeuppance Served Cold got a nice review here, courtesy of Grimdark Magazine. A couple of things stood out to me. The first was what a close and generous reading reviewer Angela Gaultieri gave the book. This is the kind of … Continue reading

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It’s Nearly Out in The World!

Comeuppance Served Cold will be out in just about two months! Word is trickling out. It’s gotten some nice reviews on Goodreads, (readers who got ARCS). It’s starting to show up other places as well. Publishers Weekly included it on … Continue reading

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An Old Man’s Game

Andy Weinberger opened Sonoma’s beautiful bookshop, Readers’ Books, in 1991, along with his wife Lilla. I’m always pleased to discover a book by someone I know in a different mode. When I visited Sonoma a couple of weeks ago, I … Continue reading

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The Siberian Dilemma is a Dilemma

The Siberian Dilemma is the ninth Arkday Renko thriller by Martin Cruz Smith. I realized I’ve only read two: Gorky Park, something of a classic, and Havana Bay. I suspect this book would have more resonance if I’d read others, … Continue reading

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Year In Review

We’re firmly into 2022 now, a good time to take a look back at 2021. Do I expect 2022 to be better? In one sense, yes. I have two books coming out in the first half of this year! Other … Continue reading

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