KGB. GRU. CIA. The Cold War. It's the stuff of thrilling writing. But do you know the story behind the story? In Traitors & Lies, Tokyo's reluctant P.I., Shig Sato, finds himself entangled in high-stakes international espionage in early 1990s Tokyo. It doesn't take long for Shig to realize he's been lied to, and might … Continue reading Japan & Espionage: Shig Sato wasn’t the first to fall into a trap
After writing a Japan ex-pat novel a friend of mine told me the most interesting part of the story was a minor character, a private investigator. I kept some of the other characters in the story. That's how the Shig Sato mysteries were born. Over the last four years I've had a blast writing the series. … Continue reading Today’s the day! The new Shig is out
Shig Sato is asked to find a missing American naval officer. Only no one is telling the truth.
Moscow, 1991. A tumultuous summer pushes the Kremlin to the brink of chaos. The Soviet spy network begins to unravel. Rivals choose sides. Ambitious men make their move. Especially in Washington, D.C. “I hate this country.” It was said in a manner so off-handed, with a sigh so deep, Konstantin Morozov nearly made a quick feint to … Continue reading A Traitor and a Lie
Murder Most Rural (The Rizwan Sabir Mysteries Book 5) Charlie Flowers Format: Kindle Edition ★★★★★ 5 stars Rizwan and Holly 'Bang-Bang' Sabir seem to have a nose for trouble even when carrying out a routine government intelligence operation in the quiet English countryside. But it's not just any locale - it's a quaint village in … Continue reading Book Review: Murder Most Rural