My publisher, Penguin Random House/Alibi, is offering the ebook of MRS. JOHN DOE at a special bargain price for a limited time. This is the first title in the series, the one that introduced Nora Baron, my actress-drama teacher-wife-mother-homemaker…and CIA operative. Continue reading →
Nora Baron’s fourth adventure, The Devil and the Deep Blue Spy, is now available everywhere ebooks are sold. Nora and her husband, Jeff, are on a “second honeymoon” cruise in the Caribbean—but that’s merely their cover. They’re actually on a mission for the CIA, following and observing a Continue reading →
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Bargain Alert! From February 12-22, my Nora Baron thriller, The Spy Who Never Was, is on sale for $1.99 (USA) wherever ebooks are sold. There is a similar discount in other parts of the world (UK, Canada, Australia, etc.), so check your local online booksellers for prices. Continue reading →
Great news! My 1996 gothic thriller, THE INHERITANCE, has been selected to be an Amazon Kindle Monthly Deal! For the entire month of July, the ebook will be featured on the Amazon site for $1.49. Yes, a buck-and-a-half gets you a copy for your summer reading pleasure! Continue reading →
My new title, ARDEN COURT, is actually not new. I wrote it nearly twenty years ago. It’s a short novel (45,000 words), as opposed to a “novella” (20,000-35,000 words), but that’s a matter of semantics. Originally intended as Continue reading →
Here’s the link to an interview I did with The Big Thrill, the magazine of the International Thriller Writers (ITW). I talked about this week’s publication of The Spy Who Never Was, the third title in my Nora Baron series.
Click HERE for the interview.
Calling all book reviewers and book bloggers! Here’s a deal you won’t want to miss! (I hope!) Continue reading →
My next Nora Baron thriller, THE SPY WHO NEVER WAS, is now available to reviewers on NetGalley. Continue reading →
My next novel, THE SPY WHO NEVER WAS, will be published on January 9, 2018. It’s an Ebook original from Penguin Random House/Alibi, and it’s Continue reading →