For many other buying/borrowing links worldwide for both eBook (Nook, Kobo, iTunes, Scribd, Oyster, etc) and paperback, visit the appropriate book page via "Works," above, or via the direct link in the "Selected Works" column, at upper right.
"This is a story about passion, bloodshed, desire, and death: everything, in fact, that makes life worth living." --Irma la Douce
Welcome to my author website, home of murder and mayhem in eighteenth-century France & the French Revolution.
The Cavalier of the Apocalypse and Palace of Justice are both available again for Kindle! As the first novel in the Aristide Ravel series, the eBook of Cavalier will stay at the special promotional price of just 99 cents (and international equivalent) for the foreseeable future. FREE borrowing for Kindle Unlimited members. Visit the book page for links to other Amazon sites worldwide.
October 27: Medieval Underpants was selected as Book of the Week at Bookworks.com!
My short story "Masquerade" is now available to borrow at no charge for members of Kindle Unlimited at Amazon.
Romans Were Known For Their Aquaducks, the latest offering from my Spyderwort Press, is a hilarious collection of genuine student bloopers that cover Western civilization from Roman aquaducks and the ancient Egyptian Shinx to Carol Marx, the inventor of socialism. (No, it's not by me, though I edited/published it on behalf of the long-suffering college professor who compiled it.) A great giggle or gift for the history fan. Available for Kindle (99 cents) or in paperback from Amazon and other online retailers worldwide. (Scroll down to see the cover in the left-hand column.)
SPECIAL OFFER: Buy the paperback edition of Aquaducks at Amazon.com and get the Kindle version FREE with the paperback via Amazon's Kindle MatchBook program. This offer is retroactive—if you already bought the paperback new at Amazon, you can still get the free eBook for your Kindle. Or buy the paperback as a gift for a friend and keep the eBook for yourself.
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