Go to Kindle and get a FREE copy of Amongst My Enemies this weekend only. It is an exciting WW II and cold war action, adventure thriller which has 24 Five Star reviews on Amazon and is the best thriller on the market. Go to www.amazon.com/dp/B006LAOIWY and get one. You can check it out, and my other Kindle suspense novels on my web page, http://billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com They are also available in Kindle Select and Kindle Prime. Enjoy!
Go to Kindle and get a FREE copy of The Undertaker this weekend only. It has 56 Five Star reviews of the 118 posted on Amazon and is the best thriller on the market. Go to http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004NIFSVG and get one. You can check it out, and my other Kindle suspense novels on my web page, http://billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com They are also available in Kindle Select and Kindle Prime. Enjoy!
As a special Christmas treat for my friends and readers, I’ve put ‘The Undertaker’ out FREE on the Amazon Kindle site this weekend. With 27 Five-Star and 21 Four Star Amazon and book blog site reviews out of 53 (90%) it is a fun, no-miss, read — action, adventure, mystery, snarky humor, and a touch of stark terror and romance. Hard to beat sitting around a blazing Yule log. Enjoy!
You can check it out and my other suspense novels and writing at my web site http://billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com
Ho, Ho, Ho! Bill Brown
“A Thrill of a Ride! The Undertaker was a fast paced read. If you like stories about government conspiracies with a dash of romance, this book is a quick and intriguing read. The concept of the novel was well thought out and well played throughout. Peter Talbott was a well developed character with a quirky (California style according to other characters in the book) sense of humor. Sandy Kasmarek was a great foil to Peter and their relationship didn’t feel forced to carry a story arc.
Simone, Better Read Than Dead, 8/1/12
5-Stars! “The Undertaker, like most good suspense thrillers, hooked me on page one. And that was where the character known as the Undertaker was introduced to the reader in one of the most chilling opening scenes that I’ve read in a while . . . I’ve read a number of action thrillers that were first rate until they ended with a disappointing climax— it was either too easy to see where the story was going, or the climax was too convenient or too contrived. But I enjoyed the climax of The Undertaker . . . One of my favorite big-name authors is Nelson DeMille, who is a master at ramping up the tension to gut-wrenching levels. In my opinion, William F. Brown is very nearly in the same league with DeMille for writing taut, suspenseful scenes . . . The Undertaker was a near-perfect combination of suspenseful action and colorful, often witty dialogue. The descriptions of the various locations and people encountered by the on-the-run Peter and Sandy were vivid and realistic. Plot/Storyline: 5 stars. Character Development: 5 stars. Writing style: 5 stars.
Jim Chambers at Red Adept Reviews - 10/27/11
If you aren’t familiar with Red Adept Reviews, they are a team of literary reviewers, who are trying to “Discover the next great classics, one book at a time.” They are very good and well worth following. You can read the full, rather lengthy review at the New Reviews tab on my web site http://billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com/