Book 4, In the Service of Others, will be out on Oct. 7th, and is being featured in a Goodreads Giveaway from (/1 to 9/30. Here is the link to enter.
Adjusting to his newfound wealth, Monk meets his youngest brother, Jacob, a Marine. Withdrawn and anxious, Jacob joins Monk in LA only to run off after an accusation sexual assault from a dead comrade’s mother. Jacob is later found dead from an apparent suicide. Trying to understand what drove Jacob to kill himself, Monk learns that many of Jacob’s fellow Marines have died from suicide or murder. Joined by his father, Moses, Monk does what can to discover what happened to the Marines on their last tour in Afghanistan, and what led so many of them to take their own lives. In the process, Monk and Moses find themselves targets, with Monk coming to believe that he’s dealing with murder, not suicide.
Book 3 in the series, Too Many Women, Too Little Time, is here!
Monk finds life is nice and simple when you don’t think too hard about what you’re doing or the lies you tell yourself. Believing his relationship with Judith is over, and a happy content life with Agnes is his to enjoy, Monk is shocked to find, tragically, that’s not true. While dealing with a dying lover, Monk is dogged by family, business, gangsters, cranky widows, and a mystery woman who claims Monk has stolen her money.
Featured in December’s new releases at International Thriller Writers.
A Twinkle in the Eyes of God
Sublime Line: “Highly recommended to any fans of humor mysteries with a complex cast.”
A Twinkle in the Eyes of God, which is available now, is being featured in the January edition of the International Thriller Writers newsletter.
New short stories about having to clean a room with an interdimensional portal and there being no towels.
Checkout the novella, The Tower, I’m posting in 7 parts. It’s a mashup of fantasy and westerns. Read it in posts and short stories.
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