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A good friend of mine, Kenneth Hoss, published his first book this week.  You may recognize his name from this blog before, as he did a guest post “A Look Behind the Badge”.

But, please be sure to support him.  His book, STORM RISING a police procedural mystery, came out on May 24th.  It’s available on

Here’s what it is about:
When a murder investigation turns Detective Kelli Storm’s attention to a drug kingpin, the last thing she expected was to find a link to her father’s killer from twenty years earlier.
Detectives Kelli Storm and Bill Hayes are investigating multiple homicides in New York City’s Washington Heights neighborhood. 
When a young woman is murdered, Kelli tracks the killer to a Gentleman’s Club in Manhattan. There she locates an unwilling witness. When the woman is assaulted and left dying, the investigation takes a new twist. The DEA steps in and takes over, forcing Kelli off the case. 
She decides to take a different approach. Working behind the scenes, she pulls out one of her father’s old case files and finds a connection between the killer and her fathers murder. 

What to read more?
Smashwords also allows you to read sample pages for FREE!
Better yet, buy the book at the good price of $5.99 USD.

And you don’t have an electronic reader?  No Problem!  
Smashwords allows you to download in multiple formats so you can pick the one that best suits you.  Choose from files for your Kindle, Sony E-reader, PDF, HTML, and so much more.

Also did you know?  You don’t need to own a Kindle to read a Kindle edition book?  Download a Kindle reader FREE to your PC here.


  1. Thank you, Carloyn. I have reciprocated on my blog.

  2. I enjoyed reading your Q&A with Kenneth a couple of weeks ago. Sounds like a great guy. I'm going to have to check out his book now. :-)

  3. More and more authors are testing the epublishing waters. Best of luck to Kenneth!

  4. Kathi, welcome to my blog, and thank you for your comment. It's exciting times in the publishing industry that's for sure. Things are changing, and authors are taking control of their work, and letting readers decide.


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