The Next One to Fall, Now in Paperback
Wonderful news: my second novel, The Next One to Fall, is now available as a trade paperback from Tor/Forge. If you’ve seen my many llama photos on Facebook and Twitter (or if you’ve already read the book), you already know it’s a mystery set in Peru. If you can’t get enough of the llamas and other Andean camelids, I’ve made a slideshow of my own trip to Peru, with images from Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley, Cusco, and Lima (not coincidentally, these are all settings in the book). There’s a Pinterest board devoted to The Next One to Fall as well. Read the reviews here. Want to buy the book? It’s available at Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, Amazon, Indigo, and the iBookstore.
My debut novel, The Damage Done, is on sale as an eBook for $2.99 until February 27, 2013. It won the 2011 Anthony Award for Best First Novel, as well as a Crimespree Award. Read the reviews here. It’s available for Nook, Kindle, Kobo, and in the iBookstore. (By the way, I’m loving the iBookstore these days. If you take a look at the Canadian version of the store, you’ll see why.)
My third novel, Evil in All Its Disguises, comes out on March 5, 2013. I’m as giddy as I was when my first novel came out. Early reviews are coming in (I’m particularly grateful to Katrina Niidas Holm and Benoit Lelievre for theirs). I’ve got a fantastic tour planned that will take me to NYC, Long Island (Huntington, NY), Scottsdale, Los Angeles, Pasadena, Denver, Austin, Houston, Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and Toronto. I’ll also be at the Tucson Festival of Books and Left Coast Crime. If I’m in your area, I hope you’ll come out to meet me. I also hope you’ll consider pre-ordering the book! You can get it from one of these wonderful indie bookstores, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Indigo, or — of course — the iBookstore.