Death from Above is available just about everywhere

My first novel, Death from Above is out. It’s available in Kindle, ePub and paperback formats from Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and a bunch of others.

Here’s a quick overview:

Tourists have stolen the sacred codex of the Mayan sky god Q’uq’umatz. Now airliners are falling out of the sky and it’s up to NTSB investigator Jennifer Lynch to figure out why.
When the stolen codex keeps showing up at crash sites, Lynch teams with Mayan expert Max Gutierrez and oddball Homeland Security agent Lizard Wong to try to solve the crashes.

With both terrorists and the FBI hunting for them, can they figure out how to return the codex and stop the crashes before hundreds more die? 

Yes there is a MINI Cooper S with a nice role in the second half of the book. No there is no Dynamics GP in this book. No one wants to read fiction about accounting software. Early reviews have been good with 4 and 5 stars on Amazon. I hope you check it out.

 

 

 

My first novel is done!

My first novel, Death from Above is done. I’ve got some final proofing before it becomes available, but it’s done and should be out in the next couple of weeks. If you’d like to be notified when it comes out, please sign up.

Tourists have stolen the sacred codex of the Mayan sky god Q’uq’umatz. Now airliners are falling out of the sky and it’s up to NTSB investigator Jennifer Lynch to figure out why.
When the stolen codex keeps showing up at crash sites, Lynch teams with Mayan expert Max Gutierrez and oddball Homeland Security agent Lizard Wong to try to solve the crashes.
With both terrorists and the FBI hunting for them, can they figure out how to return the codex and stop the crashes before hundreds more die?  

A little background on this, I read…a lot. 100 books a year a lot. Some of them are breathtakingly good. Some of them are old friends. Some of them suck. Long before self publishing and eBooks I read a couple of really crappy books, from big publishers, by big name authors. I was convinced that I could do better than that. I started to write one serious novel and chucked it. After writing a couple of non-fiction technical books with Packt Publishing, I figured I would try again. It took 3 years of part time plugging in between work, life and 2 more technical books, but it’s finally done.

They say write what you know. I already did that with the technical books. I read fiction to be entertained. As a consultant I spent a lot of time on airplanes so I rolled that experience into my fiction. Death from Above isn’t Hemmingway, but it will keep you entertained. As long as it does that, I’m happy.

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