Books by Steven Womack

Steven Womack is a noted mystery writer, whose books have been chosen as New York Times notables. He is also the recipient of the prestigious Edgar and Shamus Awards.

Released: June 8, 2014

"Pulp-ish, fast-moving and predictable to a fault. For readers who haven't had enough, the final chapter hints at a series."
First-timer McDaniel and veteran Womack (The Software Bomb, 1993, etc.) attempt to breathe new life into Richard Connell's classic story "The Most Dangerous Game" by making the man hunted for sport into a series of hunted women. Read full book review >
THE SOFTWARE BOMB by Steven Womack
Released: July 22, 1993

"For fans and relatives only."
A wormer, not a hacker, has broken into the mainframe at the First Interstate Bank of Louisiana and planted a program that will wipe out all the bank's files unless a ransom of $5 million is paid. Read full book review >
SMASH CUT by Steven Womack
Released: Oct. 23, 1991

"Workmanlike plotting and prose—enlivened only by Lynch's relationship with his acerbic, bored secretary Maud."
New Orleans p.r. honcho Jack Lynch (Murphy's Fault), now trying to score positive media points for client Andrew Kwang, whose plans to purchase the defunct Riverbend Nuclear Power Plant and convert it into Kwang World Pictures headquarters has run afoul of Pearl Bergeron, representative of the Louisiana Film Commission- -is suddenly up to his press releases in trouble: Pearl is murdered, and Lynch's client shapes up as the number one suspect. Read full book review >