The motherboard of my laptop passed away unexpectedly after a brief illness on Friday, March 23. She is survived by three novels, over a dozen short stories and flash pieces, hundreds of blog posts, and thousands of emails.
A brief, yet solemn, memorial will be held prior to recycling. In lieu of flowers, please honor her memory through diligent back-ups. Mine weren't as diligent as they should have been, though all data will be recovered once I get a functioning cable to replace what came with my hard drive enclosure.
Due to this untimely event and some work responsibilities, I will be operating at reduced capacity into next weekend. Don't take it personal if you don't hear from me much.
Reviews for WORST ENEMIES
You're going to be surprised and delighted. It's a great book, and I recommend it unreservedly.
--Leighton Gage, author of A Vine in the Blood
When a crime novel goes above and beyond a mere interpretation of a classic, the reader is left as satisfied as the author.
--Benjamin Sobieck, author of Cleansing Eden
I finished reading this book on a gurney in an Emergency Room with crying kids, a car accident victim and a loud drunk keeping me company, and barely noticed them. If that's not a recommendation, I don't know what is!
--Karen Treanor, New Mystery Reader