Thursday, 23 January 2014

Here's another great 5 star review for Russian Roulette
This review is from: Russian Roulette (Dev Haskell - Private Investigator: Case 1) (Kindle Edition)
Well, add Dev Haskell to the list of favorite bad boys in my life! Mike Faricy has created a fabulously funny main character and written an incredibly fast paced book that is hard to put down. His own worst enemy, Dev Haskell gets himself into jam after jam with thugs, crooks and beautiful bombshells and Faricy always pulls him out with a sly smile. Russian Roulette is the set up for a series of books about this ne'er-do-well private detective, and if Russian Roulette is any indication of what is to come in this series, sign me up. Highly recommend.

Monday, 20 January 2014

Take a moment and check out the excerpt from my latest book, Last Shot, on Rusty's Reading blog. They had to post a warning...

Thursday, 9 January 2014

Ruth Jacobs' Interview

Check out Ruth Jacobs' blog as she attempts to delve into what's left of my mind.

The Lone Writer; interview

I'm talking with Jeff Gafford on Thursday evening, Jan 9 at 6:00 PM (CST) we'll be discussing my latest release in the Dev Haskell series, Last Shot and possibly why I'm the way I am. Dropped on the head as a child? Severe trauma? Adult Beverages? Please tune in and find the answer to your question.

Monday, 6 January 2014

I'm talking with Courtney Marsh, Tuesday night, January 7, 2014 on blog talk radio at 8:00 pm (CST) please listen in. Here's the link;

Welcome to the New Year!

Check out my recent new release Last Shot!
Now available on Amazon

Continuing the Dev Haskell - Private Investigator
Series with Case 6: Last Shot

Private Investigator Dev Haskell decides the
best thing he can do is turn down Desi Quinn's request for help. He's not the guy to get involved in a long term investigation that's guaranteed to cost Desi a small fortune and offers little promise of a result. That's before events take a turn for the worse.

Now Dev has a debt to pay but how can low-rent-loser Pauley Kopff be teamed up with squeaky-clean Citizen of the Year, Gaston Driscoll? Not to mention an exotic dancer named Brandi, a born again Swindle Lawless and a Detective Norris Manning adding to the chaos. Dev lets go only to grab a bigger piece, but every time he thinks he's found the answer more questions arise. 

Between the humor and sex, Dev gets deadly serious, after all, it is his Last Shot.