Murder So Final --draft cover above. Book should be released very, very soon?
Tommy Jacks, experiencing success as a newspaper columnist, finds new love and old threats while covering the most brutal, ugly U.S. Senate race ever. The 1972 campaign in Oklahoma is between a ruthless oil baron, an idealist college professor and a reverend running under the God Party, set against the backdrop of a massive oil tank-farm inferno that threatens a major city. As Tommy puts it, “Electing lousy politicians is an American right—not one spelled out in the Bill of Rights, but a right, nonetheless. You just hope that the bad ones don’t outnumber the good ones, and the damage isn’t drastic.” But politics as usual suddenly turns deadly. The winner may be the last man standing.
Fiction No More. Done but still In the editing stage. Looking at February/March 2019 released date for Vincent Malone #3.
Durango Two Step. Vincent Malone #4 has started. This book opens with an amazingly violent accident which follows a cold-blooded killing at a truck stop diner. The truck driver causing all of this mayhem was hauling, illegally no doubt, a load of toxic something; and he was now dead. Soon Malone is in the middle of this stinky mess.
AudioBook-- Santa Fe Mojo. In the works. No estimated time on completion but it will be out in the first part of 2019. I'm very anxious to hear the book; what little bit I have heard is very exciting. It really has a different feel to the story, hearing verses reading.