My latest nonfiction book for The History Press, “Murder & Mayhem in Tucson,” was featured this morning in The Arizona Daily Star for a story on southern Arizona authors. Thank you to them and writer Helene Woodhams for the mention! Read the article here and get your hands on Murder & Mayhem in Tucson here!
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Murder and Mayhem in Tucson reviewed in Punk Noir
My fifth nonfiction book, “Murder & Mayhem in Tucson,” will be available everywhere Monday, Sept. 27, 2021. Punk Noir Magazine had a few nice words to say about the new book, which features tales of death and destruction of Tucson, Arizona, and the surrounding area. Read their review here! Copies for the book can beContinue reading “Murder and Mayhem in Tucson reviewed in Punk Noir”
Cover Reveal – Murder & Mayhem in Tucson
I’m pleased to announce that “Murder & Mayhem in Tucson,” my fifth book for Arcadia Publishing and second with The History Press is now available for preorder. Just click here for Amazon preorder information. Click here for Barnes and Noble preorder! And check out the beautiful front and back cover design. I was stoked whenContinue reading “Cover Reveal – Murder & Mayhem in Tucson”
Coming Sept. 27th, Murder and Mayhem in Tucson
Just in time for the Halloween season, my latest nonfiction book “Murder & Mayhem in Tucson” will hit shelves on Monday, Sept. 27, 2021. This book, slightly delayed thanks to a certain pandemic, comes from The History Press, publishers of my 2019 book “Haunted Monterey County.” Murder and Mayhem Tucson features an awesome introduction byContinue reading “Coming Sept. 27th, Murder and Mayhem in Tucson”
5 Historic Monterey Crimes and Criminals
It’s not easy to dwell on Monterey California’s criminal underbelly when picturing the angelic shoreline found along the Central Coast, but even windswept beauty has its ugly side. As a reporter I learned this firsthand when I worked the crime beat in Sedona, Arizona. Never trust the postcard. Monterey has had its share of interestingContinue reading “5 Historic Monterey Crimes and Criminals”
Top 5 Haunted Monterey County – Surprises
There’s definitely a top five when it comes to the most haunted spots in Monterey County, but that’s not what I’m writing about today. Instead, I’m going to get a little personal. I’m going to delve into my thoughts on banging out my upcoming book, Haunted Monterey County (coming October 2019 from The History Press).Continue reading “Top 5 Haunted Monterey County – Surprises”
Dietrich Kalteis on Poughkeepsie Shuffle
“Poughkeepsie Shuffle weaves a violent tale about banged up people with hearts full of rust. Crossing the border between bleak and bleaker, Kalteis effortlessly shifts gears from broken dreams to petty schemes with a rhythmic voice that’s all his own. If you read one book about gun smuggling, used car sales and hair restoration thisContinue reading “Dietrich Kalteis on Poughkeepsie Shuffle”
Haunted Monterey County to be published in 2019
What happens to us when we die? That’s the big question. Some of us, many believe, might stick around after we die. Some of us might become the next generation of ghosts! When that happens, some of us will find a place to haunt, be it a favorite home, an old workplace, or possibly aContinue reading “Haunted Monterey County to be published in 2019”
Museum book featured in Carmel Magazine
The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History book, which Arcadia Publishing released earlier this year, got a nice write-up in Carmel Magazine. Thank you to writer Renee Brincks and photographer Kelli Uldall for making it so easy! You two rock! Read the story here!
Book Launch April 26th
An official launch for the Arcadia Images of America book, The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History, will be held at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History on Thursday, April 26th, starting at 5:30 p.m. with a booksigning and copies for sale in the Museum Store. More details here.