Bat Garrett is hired by wealthy Dallas oil man Franklin Gaston who thinks someone is trying to kill him. Bat is skeptical, but later that day the man is murdered and all signs point to the half-brother of the man’s recently-dumped mistress. The lawyers for Gaston’s estate—led by the beautiful Heather Dawson—want Bat to just… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: July 2014
Here’s the latest Bat Garrett artwork from Mike Ray! Which one do you like best? Email me at email@example.com
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The excellent artist who created the cover for “Overstreet” has done this piece of artwork, inspired by “the Return of the Nice Guy”! Thanks to Mike Ray, the genius behind InkTycoon, for this fantastic piece of art!
For those of you have read “Some of the Time” and felt like the cliffhanger ending left you a little too, well, hanging … you’ll be happy to know I just finished the next book in the Edward & Marianne saga! I am really excited about this novel. I’m not going to let any cats… Read more »
In fantasy and sci-fi, one of the things that has always fascinated me is the “lost civilization”. There’s just something about a society that rose to great heights then fell that captures my imagination. Sometimes we know what killed the society, sometimes we don’t, and both venues have their attractions. Even in the “real” world,… Read more »
In the process of writing the new “Edward & Marianne” story, I am detailing an alternate culture. The problem is: how alternate. So they’re the bad guys … remember Sting’s song about the Russians? It’s true that most cultures, even if they don’t love their children the way we think children ought to be loved,… Read more »