Denny Goetz, for most of his life a resident of Manhattan, considers his appreciation of the foibles and idiosyncracies of his fellow citizens to be a trait that helped him ... Read full author bio >
"The Catholic Church and sex scandals are hardly an original topic for barbs, but Goetz's satirical novel - comprising interior monologues, letters, diary entries, and direct entreaties to God by Father Flanagan - is a funny, fresh take on organized religion."
Jake Orlo lives in western Montana and jokes that he's a fly-fisher, a hiker, and sometimes a writer.
He enjoys many outdoor activities with his border collie, Daisy.
Jake ... Read full author bio >
"Bittersweet in the Bitterroot:
Murder, meth and mystery in Montana. In a word: marvelous.
Revolving around a young FBI agent on her first case, this seamless fusion of thriller and police procedural is tonally comparable to Thomas Harris' iconic The Silence of the Lambs."
Brian Wiprud is a New York City author who is currently seeking a publisher for LINSENBIGLER, reviewed by Kirkus. He has nine published novels:
9. The Clause 2012 Starred Review ... Read full author bio >
Laura Rizio is a litigation attorney and a partner in the Philadelphia firm of Rizio Hamilton & Kane, PC. She specializes in complex, high value personal injury cases resulting in catastrophic ... Read full author bio >
"... Rizio’s novel is remarkably accomplished. An entertaining thriller full of clever touches..."
Jocelyn Murray is a travel writer and historical fiction novelist. She has a special interest in history and archaeology which feeds her passion for writing. She holds two university master ... Read full author bio >
"A historical novel offers a swashbuckling adventure set in Jacobean times."
Robert Gilberg is a retired semiconductor devices executive with thirty five years of experience dating back to the earliest days of transistorized computers to today's world of digital High ... Read full author bio >
"Steve, Alice and their scene-stealing friend, Jim Schmidt, a 'not-so-reformed-ex-hippy with a PhD. in computer science from UCSD', are all incredibly distinct characters with enough personality quirks to be realistic without veering into caricature. They ground the more sensational side of the story in reality.
A fast paced technology tale with enough international intrigue and luxurious details to rival a James Bond adventure."
FICTION FACTORY INCORPORATED is the creative wheelhouse of author A.J. Grea, who was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. Having an affinity for horror, sci-fi, and fantasy, A.J. began writing ... Read full author bio >
The creation of The Enigma Series stories are a combined effort between Breakfield and Burkey.
Charles V. Breakfield likes travel in Texas on a motorcycle, World War II history, wine ... Read full author bio >
"Another stellar installment. Breakfield and Burkey show no signs of slowing down in an ever improving series."
Don Brobst, born in New Jersey and educated in Chicago, is a practicing physician and the Medical Director of the State of Alabama. Trained in family practice in Illinois, Don ... Read full author bio >
"Brobst is a talented storyteller, and he expertly unspools his plot to maximize both tension and suspense. He draws on his own experience as a doctor and traveler in Africa to create a world that feels both weighty and credible . . . A well-constructed, immersive adventure set in Central Africa."
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