The book-a-week challenge continues with Glen Barrera's Assassin Who Couldn't Dance. There are some books that are nightstand dust collectors. Some are the type where you read a few pages at a time before going to bed. Or maybe a chapter, a book read on and off over the course of a few months, or … Continue reading Book Review Wednesday – The Assassin Who Couldn’t Dance
Shig lives in Hyakunincho, Shinjuku, a Tokyo neighborhood very much a part of its urban landscape. Central Tokyo is considered to be inside the Yamanote Commuter Line 'circle.' Hyakunincho is one of the many Yamanote neighborhoods that encircle the city. A ride on the Yamanote line can take you to Tokyo's festive Ueno Park for … Continue reading Get to know Shig Sato – Where Shig Lives
Suicide - or murder? Will scandal taint the Bank of Japan? Here's Chapter one of Tokyo Summer - A Shig Sato Novella. Chapter 1 "It feels like knives behind my eyes." Setsuko Usami said it so often her husband seemed deaf to it. She knew that their years together taught her that Taro would … Continue reading Like Knives Behind My Eyes
If you've ever read a Shig Sato Mystery, you know the hapless Kobayashi twins can't buy a break. Will their luck change in Traitors & Lies? This is how it begins for them: • Sweat and grime was all Ishi and Joji Kobayashi had to show for their long hot weekend in an Osaki Police … Continue reading Are the Kobayashi twins in trouble again?
Shig Sato is asked to find a missing American naval officer. Only no one is telling the truth.
The Gangster's Son and The Thief's Mistake are free Labor Day Weekend - it's a great way to discover the world of Shig Sato. Just click here and then once more - or twice! - for your copies - yep - for free. And be sure to look out for Shig Sato No. 3, Traitors & Lies, … Continue reading Freebie Weekend – The Gangster’s Son : A body identified
Another time, another story to tell... Soon it will be time for Readers Circle of Avenue Park's newest anthology, Crooked Tales, stories of deception and revenge - with a twist. I've had the honor of editing some of the entries. All I can say is: DON'T MISS IT. Coming soon!
To paraphrase Forrest Gump (and his momma): "twisted is as twisted does"- so grab your free copy of Twisted Tales, a Readers' Choice selection of short fiction from Readers' Circle of Avenue Park. Literary lies, epic yarns - it's an eclectic collection of stories by authors from around the globe. In today's Meet the Authors series I'm delighted … Continue reading Twisted Tales: Meet the Authors – an interview with Anita Kovacevic
To paraphrase Forrest Gump (and his mom): "twisted is as twisted does"- so grab your free copy of Twisted Tales, a Readers' Choice selection of short fiction from Readers' Circle of Avenue Park. Literary lies, epic yarns - it's a collection of eclectic stories by authors from around the globe. In today's Meet the Authors series I'm … Continue reading Twisted Tales: Meet the Authors – An interview with Jean Gill
April is Autism Awareness Month. In my #ShigSato mystery The Thief's Mistake, a boy with autism provides key information for Sato in his quest to stop a psychotic killer. For every book sold in April, I am contributing the proceeds from the book's sale to the Autism Society. Here are some links: kindle mybook.to/SSMb nook http://bit.ly/1UGOkkd iBook http://apple.co/1KfecNv smashwords http://bit.ly/1UwDNrw #AustimFriendly #NAAM16 … Continue reading National Autism Awareness Month