Good news and not so good news … Clearwater Nemesis has earned five stars from every person who has rated it so far. Barnes and Noble has recorded five very positive reviews … That’s the good news. The not so good news is I-books has not received enough ratings from its readers to even list a rating (they only need five) and there is only one reader comment albeit an incredible one. I sell about nine times as many books on I-Books as I do on B&N. I just do not understand the book business! Have a great weekend everyone!
Thank you Rita Toews for the cover of my next book. It should be out around February 14th – Happy Valentine’s Day!
Clearwater Promises will be released on December 2nd with all digital retailers.
A frequent flyer has taken another hike and her step-dad wants Joe to bring her back. June has a task that only Joe can do and then another one. Frank has a new problem. Morse needs Joe to investigate a situation where due diligence was not done. A Bail Bond outfit asks Doc to locate a fugitive. Billy wants to take another shot at Mr. Florida; Natalie isn’t so sure. Another fun romp in paradise.
A rich man has lost his trophy wife; he wants her back. Doc is hired to find her and learns that the Russian mob might be involved. A teenage boy is arrested for the murder of his mom. Instead of calling a lawyer; he calls Joe. A rapper has a Cinderella moment that involves CHIPs. A lawyer in Calgary calls Doc to find the missing 23 year old son of his clients. It’s another crazy time in paradise.
Clearwater Deception will be available for pre-purchase in the next 48 hours from all e-book retailers. The actual release date when it will land on digital readers, tablets and computers will be July 29. I hope all the Joe and Mia fans enjoy a fantastic summer. Take care and stay safe
CHIPs is hired to investigate the deaths of Tontine members; Mia is excited about a Joe idea; The FBI approach Doc with a scheme he wants to ignore; Ken Jackson arrives from Canada with a confession; Bob Morse has a problem; Billy Ray asks to be the good cop; there is a murder at the shelter; June Franklin has a theory about her foster family; Doc might be in more trouble; another romp in Paradise