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This Week In BunzelGram (May 16, 2022):

James Kestrel’s Edgar-winning Five Decembers is crime fiction at its finest. How Nora Ephron’s You’ve Got Mail could have been a serial killer thriller. Netflix’ The Lincoln Lawyer is slick, lurid, well-acted…and just plain fun. These stories and more in this week’s issue of BunzelGram. Read it here, or click the BunzelGram tab in the menu above. And if you like what you see, please subscribe at the bottom of the page.

Coming In 2022:

Greenwich Mean Time

An international thriller that spans ten time zones, nine countries, and four continents, Greenwich Mean Time weaves multiple plots into a tightly spun thriller that moves faster and faster until they all come together in a savage plot designed to change the course of history forever.

It all begins when photojournalist Monica Cross literally stumbles into the site of an old airplane crash at the edge of a Himalayan glacier, exposing herself to a dark and deadly secret. Unaware that her life is in grave danger, she tries to get home to New York while a dark-web, murder for hire outfit pulls out all stops to make sure she never gets there.

One More Thing:

I just completed the final draft of Indigo Road, #5 in my Jack Connor crime series. Look for publication sometime early next year!