It's almost here. My first novel release since 2013. BLIND EYE, the first in my Alan Miller series, will be released on May 19, 2015 in both hardcover and Ebook. The paperback will follow in September. BLIND EYE will also be the first of my titles to ever be available for pre-order, a link for that to be posted in the near future.
And for those of your who are wondering what this one is about, here is a look at what the paperback editions cover.
Can you read the description? If not, here it is as well:
He survived two wars and the onset of a horrific disease, only to find his life threatened back at home!
Alan Miller is adrift. At thirty years old, he is living in the basement at his mother’s house, jobless, taking classes at a local community college, his promising military career cut short by the sudden onset of an autoimmune disease that often leaves him racked with pain and stuck in the bathroom. And then one morning an email arrives that changes everything, one that he initially believes to be spam and nearly deletes.
“Long Time No Talk . . .”
Though she can’t stand clichés, Stacy Collins is the poster child for the ruthless female reporter who will do anything to get the scoop on a story. Unfortunately, this ruthlessness has done little in establishing her position as a journalist, and, instead, has simply isolated her from being able to obtain friends and contacts within her career field. And then one day she discovers an old ‘no strings attached’ sexual partner from five years earlier is back in town, one that she has always had feelings for and would like to see again.
“Back off . . .”
Initially, Stacy had no plans to bring Alan into her freelance investigation of the local real estate agency that she believes to be a front for a suburban prostitution ring, but following the attack he thwarts as the two enter her apartment, she has no choice. And, honestly, his ability to pose as a customer and hire one of the real estate girls to service him might provide the break her story needs. That is, if their deception goes unnoticed . . .