Download father-son crime thriller, Deadly Lullaby, for Amazon Kindle and other e-readers today!
Okay folks, get your seat belt on! Robert McClure’s rollicking tale of family and felony, Deadly Lullaby: A Thriller, has just been released. I must admit it was exciting to receive the email from Amazon tonight alerting me that the Deadly Lullaby is ready to open on my Kindle! (I just love eBooks since I […]
Crime fiction thriller, Deadly Lullaby, by Robert McClure . . .brawn, blood and . . .babes, a story about tough men and bad women who are sooooo good.
When characters with beautiful, melodic names like Leonardo and Dominic, go by “Babe” and “Leo”, it can only mean one thing: There’s a Deadly Lullaby in the offing. McClure juxtaposes the lives of a career hit man father and a police detective son, a son who rebuffs his father’s attempts at reconciliation. Could he fear […]
I’m looking forward to meeting up this October with many of my fellow crime fiction authors at the 46th annual, mystery and crime fiction conference, Bouchercon 2015. Here’s a special shout out to attendees who share my literary agent, Sobel Weber Associates, and with whom I hope to have a drink (or two) at Bouchercon: […]
Random House will publish my novel, Deadly Lullaby: A Thriller, on September 29, 2015, as an e-book with the usual major e-book sellers (see links below). I’ll be bringing a few paper copies to Bouchercon 2015 for distribution to my devoted followers and readers. All I ask in return is for a brief review (or […]
My first published novel, Deadly Lullaby: A Thriller, will be released by Random House and its imprint, Alibi, on September 29, 2015. Here’s another good review by Debbie Krenzer on Book Likes who notes that “there are several hold your breath moments” and concludes that the entertainment offered by Deadly Lullaby “is well worth the […]
My first novel, Deadly Lullaby: A Thriller, goes live for the public to download on September 29, 2015 on all major e-book websites (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play Books, etc.). Reviews from advance releases are starting to trickle in. Andrew Eichner gives it a thumbs up on netgalley.com, stating: “I just found another author […]