I’m frustrated with you, Mr. Bowie! This novel (the first I’ve read from you) was both exciting and thrilling – not a mystery as much as a suspensful, edge-of-your seat read. My beef? I spent an afternoon reading the last 100 pages every chance I got because I couldn’t put this (e)book down! Congrats on a fine suspenseful novel – I’m looking forward to reading more in this series…
Wow, Mr. Herren, you’ve done it again – completely stumped me!!! I didn’t see the end coming…and I was looking for the clues throughout…excellent addition to the series!!! Awesome! I really enjoyed Murder in the Irish Channel.
A wonderful review from a reader at Goodreads:
Joel Gomez-dossi’s review
Jun 06, 2012
“Great start to a serial! I loved it. In many ways Jon Michaelsen’s writing reminds me of James Cain (The Postman Always Rings Twice). Michaelsen uses much more description than Cain, but Michaelsen also drives the story forward without giving the reader a chance to think, only feel.”
Great news! My new novella, False Evidence, is featured at Gay/Lesbian Fiction Excerpts website today!!!
Click the link to check out an excerpt and see why Amos Lassen says False Evidence is a “romance and mystery…(and) Michaelsen has written quite a book here and once I began, I did not leave my chair until I closed the covers”..!!!
I’m so excited!
Eligibility for 2012 GLBT Rainbow Awards:
The book must be published between September 2011 and August 2012 (both months included).
– Self-published books are eligible (print on demand publishers, like Lulu.com and Smashwords, are included in the “self-published” umbrella).
Ebook editions of previously published print books are not eligible. First time print book editions of previously published ebooks are eligible. A book that has been republished by a different publisher after its initial publication is not eligible. A book that was previously self-published by the author, and then republished by a publisher after its initial publication is eligible.