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Booklist Review

Posted by on Apr 16, 2013 in Blog, Book Reviews, Shotgun Lullaby |

Booklist will publish their review of SHOTGUN LULLABY on May 1, but here’s a sneak preview of the conclusion: This action-packed story moves lightning fast, and Sax makes an appealingly damaged protagonist. Dennis Lehane and Robert B. Parker fans will enjoy Ulfelder. Be sure to check out the other reviews here, and we’ll keep posting them as...

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Father’s Day: That and a Dime

Posted by on Jun 17, 2012 in Blog |

This post originally ran at Do Some Damage. My books tend to include, even center around, father-son relationships. If protagonist Conway Sax isn’t dealing with the sudden reappearance of his own father (who abandoned him), he’s trying to regain the trust of his own son (whom he abandoned). The stories are filled with sons who believe they’ve never...

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The Kindness of Strangers

Posted by on May 1, 2011 in Blog |

If, as some would have you believe, there are squadrons of snarky, bitter writers out there – leaning right this minute on hipster-cocktail-party walls, sniping at their peers, believing themselves too smart and complex to succeed in a Jersey Shore world – I am one lucky son of a gun, as I have completely avoided them. Quite the contrary: As the...

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