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With 66 reviews, 36 of which are Five Stars and 18 Four Stars, fo ran average of 4.3 stars.
“Winner Lose All” now has 17 Five Star ratings and 7 Four Star ratings of the 27 posted, an average of 4.5 stars.
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 … Continue reading
I’ve posted a vivid new cover for my latest suspense novel, Thursday at Noon, a former hardback published by St. Martins and Harlequin in paper and various foreign editions. It is available on Kindle. You can check it out at http://www.amazon.com/Thursday-at-Noon-ebook/dp/B008AMSH00 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
5-Stars! “Involved and involving! This one had more twists and turns than many I have read recently. I always like a novel that adds historic information indirectly, as this one did about a part of WW II that I had … Continue reading
5-Stars! “It pulled me right into the story. I felt like a member of my own family was part of the story. Gripping and tense all the way to the end. I’d recommend it to anyone who likes mysteries, or … Continue reading
5-Stars! “A book you cannot put down! I have to admit that I purchased this book primarily based on price. Frankly, I did not expect much but the book summary seemed interesting. I like reading WW II stories and always … Continue reading
5-Stars! “Bond Meets Indy Jones! This is my first review of any book. I’m glad I can promote “Thursday at Noon.” The settings were real and the characters believable — esp. the cynically incompetent officials above Thomsen. I was left … Continue reading
5-Stars! “Great read, right from the beginning. What Michael, our hero, and main character in the book goes through in his young life should happen to no one! This is a combination spy, submarine, and lots, and lots of action … Continue reading