THE BLUE EYED DEATH IN OKINAWA just got a five star review on Amazon UK.
A razor sharp 11,000 word hardboiled crime story featuring the deadly but melancholy woman assassin Molly Vance, code named “Akiko.” It contains some extreme violence and erotic descriptions so is not suitable for younger readers.
Crime noir/thriller/suspense afficionados are slowly discovering my work online via my e-books.
My writing tries to answer the following urgent questions:
Can hard, dark gritty crime writing also be lyrical?
Can an action novel be written like an epic poem, full of sound and light and color?
Can suspense novels be used to communicate the real vitality and splendor of Zen?