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Tag Archives: suspense novel
Whether you look at the thriller novel written by Thomas Harris in 1988, the working screenplay and storybook by Ted Tally from 1990, the resulting movie directed by Jonathan Demme in 1991, or the magical performances of its lead actors, … Continue reading
Audible and Amazon have released the audio book edition of my recent international thriller novel, ‘Thursday at Noon’ on both sites. A prestigious Audible Stipend Award winner, it is narrated by veteran Hollywood voice actor Eddie Frierson. It can be … Continue reading
“Winner Lose All” now has 17 Five Star ratings and 7 Four Star ratings of the 27 posted, an average of 4.5 stars.
The Undertaker has 139 total ratings, 67 of which are Five Star and 52 Four Star, for an average of 4.3 Stars!
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, … 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! “Had not read anything by William Brown before, but because it looked interesting and FREE on my Kindle, I tried it … This was a great book, most unusual story line, different!! A terrific story, great idea well … 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! “Unexpected Charms! Wow! I read the Prologue and decided I wasn’t going to like this book. Then I read Chapter One and was hooked. I read Chapters Two and Three. I had to put it down and do other … 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