Winner Lose All, my new e-book, is now up on the Kindle site at www.amazon.com/dp/B00CEOKUR8
Like The Undertaker, Amongst My Enemies, and Thursday at Noon, it is a fast-paced international suspense novel with riveting characters and a plot with lots of twists and turns. As one war winds down, all eyes turn to the next. The US, Russia, the British – everyone wants to grab their share of Hitler’s new hi-tech weapons, because they’ll tip the balance of world power for a generation. Double-dealing and treachery are now the norm. Bitter enemies become tomorrow’s friends, and yesterday’s allies are not to be trusted.
Check it out. It is also available on Kindle Prime.
5-Stars! “An enjoyable espionage tale.” I’ve enjoyed reading William Brown’s novels in the past, and I welcomed the chance to read and review Thursday at Noon. It’s an interesting espionage tale set back in the 60′s, when the Middle East and Egypt were in turmoil. Of course, that could just as well be said for now. Some things never change … Thursday at Noon was a fun read that I’d definitely recommend to people who like the spy genre. Brown creates a strong sense of time and place, and the characters have depth and complexity. The plot pacing works well, and I kept thinking “just one more chapter” as I was reading (knowing I had other things I should be doing). I’m definitely looking forward to his next novel…
Thomas Duff – Duffbert, Amazon Reviewer
See sample chapters of all my suspense novels at my web page http://billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com
5-Stars! “Prophetic! While this story takes place in the 60s’ it could just as well take place today. In fact it probably is. The hero is Die Hard’s John MCClane in spades and the situations he’s placed in are every bit as exciting as the visuals from the movies. A good read with enough intrigue and surprises to keep you awake much longer than you’d planned.
Jerry K., Amazon Reviewer, 10/13/12
2-Stars Out of 5. Clunk! I pride myself in usually reading all of a book I start. This one tried my patience. For a suspense/ action novel, it was very long on plot-by-conversation, plot-by-meeting, unnecessary details, too many no-don’t-go-in-there moments, too much telegraphing the plot, and too many long sections I speed-read my way through to get to some action. Too bad. The premise was good, and I was hoping for a good, action-packed read. Unfortunately, it never arrived.
Another great tale from a master of the genre! and 5-Stars from Author Gary Showalter for “Thursday at Noon!
5-Stars! “ Another great tale from a master of the genre! Thursday at Noon is one of the more entertaining tales I’ve read this year. Set during the tumultuous 1960′s in the days of Egypt’s Gamal Abel Nasser, the tale focuses on a broken CIA agent dumped into the backwaters of Cairo to end his days in a bottle. Instead he finds himself dragged into the political firestorm of an attempted coup – German rocket scientists, Muslim extremists and Egyptian cops and one drunken spy. And a woman, of course. This is not the first of Bill Brown’s novels that I have read and enjoyed, and it will not be the last. Good show, Bill!
Gary Showalter, Author of Mystery and Suspense Novels, 7/28/12