Hot new cover art

Here's a sneak peek at the cover art for my second Jackie Nolan crime novel, HOMESICK BLUES. Looks great, doesn't it?

The cover was designed by Albuquerque artist Denise Weaver Ross. She also designed the cover for the first Jackie Nolan book, SHOTGUN BOOGIE, which is available at Amazon now.

In SHOTGUN BOOGIE, Jackie crosses some very bad people after she hijacks a semi truck full of stolen Army rifles.

In HOMESICK BLUES, Jackie is on her way back home to Albuquerque when she finds a car burning on the side of the highway. There's a purse nearby with an ID that Jackie could use to start a new life, but it brings her even more trouble.

Both of these novels are gritty, fast-paced and full of action. Jackie Nolan is tough and resourceful. A very fun character to write.

HOMESICK BLUES is scheduled to come out Dec. 1. But please try SHOTGUN BOOGIE today. I think you'll love it.


It's Pub Day!

Please join me in welcoming a new baby into the world. My latest crime novel, SHOTGUN BOOGIE, is now available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions.

Taut and fast-paced, SHOTGUN BOOGIE is the debut of a new character, a thirtyish single woman named Jackie Nolan, who boosts semi trucks. Jackie struggles with the idea of being a criminal, and is lured into that life only because she's facing a mountain of debt.

When one of the trucks turns out to hold stolen Army munitions, Jackie is faced with a tough decision. She doesn't want the guns to get into the wrong hands. But a lot of bad people are after those guns, and they're willing to kill to get them.

I really enjoyed creating Jackie, a character with depth and grit. I've already written a sequel to SHOTGUN BOOGIE. That book, HOMESICK BLUES, will be out before Christmas.

Please help me spread the word about publication day for SHOTGUN BOOGIE. And please give Jackie a try. I think you'll like her.