Category: Book Review
Review of “Time’s Undoing” by Cheryl A. Head
My first novel, Sins of Omission: Racism, politics, conspiracy, and justice in Florida , explored why powerful forces in the South felt threatened by the decades-old murder of a black activist. Cheryl A. Head tackles the same question in her excellent novel Time’s Undoing. Cheryl’s answer to the puzzle is the same as mine, and her protagonist, Meghan…
Interview with book blogger Deborah Kalb
Book blogger Deborah Kalb just interviewed me for the background on my new novel, The Quadrant Conspiracy. You can read the interview and get insight into the history behind the story. Thank you, Deborah!
Great review on Reedsy Discovery
Novak’s Quest just received a five-star review on Reedsy Discovery. I’m not allowed to post it until our launch date, July 12, but the reviewer got what I’m trying to convey in this series. More to come. Meanwhile, you can preorder the book.
Review: Tattered Coat
See my review of a new historical novel, Tattered Coat, by Mike H Mizrahi. A terrific read.
Riccardino: A novel way to end a series
I have been an avid fan of Andrea Camilleri’s Montalbano series since the first novel was translated into English by Stephen Sartarelli. Montalbano’s impudence in the face of self-serving bureaucrats has always been entertaining. Most plots were intricate and well resolved. The descriptions of Sicilian seafood specialties often sent me to my cookbooks in fruitless…