Welcome to my virtual gathering place. Whether you’re a mystery reader or a fellow writer, I hope you’ll find something that grabs your interest here.
A NEW TAI & TREY STORY!
Threats. Stalkers. Sexy pirates. It’s just another day on the job for Tai Randolph and Trey Seaver in “Small Favors,” a between-book novella AVAILABLE NOW on Amazon Kindle.
It was a simple off-the-books assignment, a favor really—discover who is threatening erotic novelist Midnight LaRue, preferably before her keynote speech at the Romance Writers of the USA convention. It should have been an open and shut case for corporate security agent Trey Seaver…but then the pirate with the parrot tattoo showed up. And the media-hungry protesters. And the throngs of overly enthusiastic fans eager to get their hands on the closest cover model. It’s enough to discombobulate even the most disciplined ex-SWAT security professional, especially one who bears a striking resemblance to the hero of Ms. LaRue’s lascivious bestseller, Crimson Sin.
Luckily for Trey, he has Tai Randolph, his partner in both romance and crime solving, to share the investigation. Many many people have reason to hate Ms. LaRue, but Tai suspects that the key to solving this mystery lies between the covers of Crimson Sin…or perhaps between other, more scandalous, covers. It’s a tangled tale of secrets and swindles, deception and seduction, double Windsor knots and bright red handcuffs. Because unless Tai and Trey can sleuth out a determined stalker, it could be “The End” for both of them.
RECKONING AND RUIN AVAILABLE NOW!
We’re celebrating the release of Reckoning and Ruin, the 5th in the Tai Randolph/Trey Seaver mystery series! You can get your print copy through Poisoned Pen Press or Amazon, or if you prefer e-books, on Kindle, Kobo, GooglePlay and iTunes.
For more information about Reckoning and Ruin – including reviews and the back-of-book teaser – click on the Books tab above.
A review snippet to whet your appetite, from Philip K. Jason at the utterly fine Southern Literary Review: “This is a fine murder mystery that does all the things it should do, opening special windows on character, behavior, legal issues, and investigative procedure in ways that distinguish it from others in the genre. For all that, the reader’s journey inside of the relationship between Tai and Trey, so fraught with the possibility of disaster, so filled with longing, is the solder that binds the pieces together and also the novel’s beating heart.”
Want to be tattooed like Tai without the, you know, pain and permanency? Post a pic of Reckoning and Ruin in the wild (in your hand/in the bookstore shelf/at the library) and I’ll send you three faux tattoos just like Tai’s. You have to find your own Trey. Details HERE.