Author of Spenser, Jesse Stone, and Sunny Randall, mysteries and Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch westerns, among others.
Author of Dave Robicheux and Billy Bob Holland mysteries and other books.
Another Long Island boy. Author of John Corey mysteries and other books.
Author of historical fiction. Many series of novels.
Author of several novels centered in Virginia and North Carolina.
Australian author Diana Hockley writes mysteries with a “down under” twist, reminiscent of the novels by Julia Spencer-Fleming. Look at her nifty website.
Larry Webb, author of adult focused books about kids. His “As Life…” series is a little on the dark side, but Taming Little Ike is considered “Warm and fuzzy” by several reviewers
Check out Tom Isbell’s spy thrillers and mysteries.
In the mood for a paranormal romance or young adult Fantasy novel? See what author Tricia Drammeh offers at her website.
Looking for a good mystery seasoned with plenty of southern humor. Investigate author Amy Metz and her stories set in the little town of Goose Pimple Junction.
et your books reviewed…or…see what David says about other books.
Fellow New Yorker, Daniel Carter, author of THE UNWANTED TRILOGY, hosts a site devoted to book reviews, a book blog, contests and giveaways, and may other topics of interest to readers and writers. It’s well worth a look.
Author Bill Scott wrote an excellent novel about stolen gold and the adventures of a wounded Confederate soldier in Civil War Mississippi. Check out all his books.
Mystery & crime fans You’ve got to see this. Visit Kat McCarthy at the CRIME COVE for crime fiction / true crime / thriller book reviews, author interviews, giveaways & more.

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