TREASURE HUNT now at just $0.99

Before the release of Heir of Evil in January, you can catch up with the first book in The Falcon Chronicles' series. Get your copy of Treasure Hunt for just $0.99 wherever eBooks are sold.



The crime that started it all happened twenty years ago.

Bill Porter hijacked a plane carrying gold, money and jewels. He was caught but not before he hid his treasure in a place he was sure no one would ever find it.
With his prison sentence over, he's anxious to retrieve his hidden goods but with the F.B.I. watching him, he has a problem.

Enter The Falcon, a master thief who is happy to help Bill solve his problem, for a cut, of course.
The plan is simple. The Falcon finds the treasure and delivers it to Bill's daughter, Jamie.
But when others find out about the treasure, The Falcon and Jamie find themselves fighting for their lives as they race to get to the treasure first.

The hunt is on in this gripping crime thriller with twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Don't miss Treasure Hunt. Start reading today.





GIVEAWAY: A Dozen Shorts by J. H. Bográn

Who doesn´t like free books?

I'm giving away copies of my anthology A Dozen Shorts just by subscribing to my newsletter: 
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No purchase necessary!

The Killing Joke, now a novel

For the October edition of The Big Thrill, I had the opportunity to interview authors Christa Faust and Gary Phillips about their novelization of the graphic novel The Killing Joke.

Take a look here:
http://www.thebigthrill.org/2018/09/up-close-christa-faust-gary-phillips/


The Big Thrill and Topshelf Magazine

I had the privilege to interview author J.T. Ellison for the September edition of The Big Thrill, as well as reading her new novel Tear Me Apart. 


You can read it here:








Also my Forgotten Tomes column with Topshelf Magazine is also out now. This time I had the nerve to go on an write about Shakespeare.


A Forgotten Tome: Breeder by Jim Morris


This book has been haunting me for years. For a time I thought I had imagined reading it. It took me a while, but finally confirmed it was not a figment of my imagination but Jim Morris'
Come read about "Breeder," a Forgotten Tome from the 90's.



http://topshelfmagazine.net/index.php/articles/1156-forgotten-tomes-morris-s-breeder