Ruiz proves to be a very sharp social critic, and no detail gets past him in this richly imagined book. A highly recommended novel that appeals to both the heart and the head.
Amika Press invites you to an online holiday party to chat with our authors and enter giveaways to win prizes. If you love books—whether your favorite genre is mystery/crime, thriller, historical fiction, contemporary fiction, short fiction, memoir, or nonfiction—this event is for you!
Participating authors include Michael Antman, Robert Boone, Pat Camalliere, Ruth Hull Chatlien, novelist, Matt Hader: Author Page, Charles H.C. Kim (Peace Breathing Book), Laurie Levy, John Manos, C.M. Martello, Peter Nolan, Floyd Sullivan, Ken Zurski, author.
TIME (CST) AUTHOR
5:00 Ken Zurski, history
5:15 Pat Camalliere, historical mystery
5:30 Bob Boone, short fiction
5:45 Matt Hader, mystery
6:00 Ruth Hull Chatlien, historical fiction
6:15 Laurie Levy, literary fiction
6:30 John Manos, crime
6:45 Charles H.C. Kim, spirituality
7:00 Floyd Sullivan, historical fiction
7:15 Michael Antman, literary fiction
7:30 Peter Nolan, political nonfiction
7:45 C. M. Martello, crime
Now’s your chance to pick up a free copy of Michael Antman’s new novel, Everything Solid has a Shadow. This engrossing psychological mystery has been enthusiastically received by Kirkus Reviews, Readers’ Favorite, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and more. Free Kindle promotion runs today through Thursday. Get your copy now!
Welcome back to our favorite blemished hero, Pies Jakubowski. Matt Hader’s new novel, God Loves a Madman, is now on sale.
Continuing where Two-Seven Remainder left off, Jakub “Pies” Jakubowski is released from prison after doing a five-year jolt for manslaughter. There’s only one simple goal in mind for the parolee now that he’s free, and that’s to apologize, face-to-face, to the mother of the woman he killed. But Pies’s criminal associates have something else in mind for the newly sprung burglary expert.…
“In this heartwarming tale about growing up in New England in the mid-19th century, Ruddle includes plenty of interesting information about the sea and the colorful people who work on it…It’s also packed full of historical information, which the author weaves seamlessly into the narrative; at one point, for example, Luke talks about national strife and the just-invented telegraph: ‘You could work that telegraph until the wires started to smoke, and it wouldn’t make folks love each other.’ An educational, engaging story about 19th-century New England that’s particularly suited for readers passionate about sailing.”
Free on Kindle, today through November 1! Monster City: A Hardboiled Horror Mystery
Kirkus Reviews says:
Cowlin’s debut…stands out as a worthwhile read. The well-built, horror-inspired world of San Monstruo offers just the right balance of humor and creepiness to keep readers on the edges of their seats without being quite terrified. The novel shines the most brightly, however, as the author explores what it means to be a monster. There’s one in everyone. A fun read for PI aficionados and kitschy horror fans alike.