This is the first review of "Murder in Wauwatosa" that someone posted on the Amazon.com website. 4.0 out of 5 stars A summer day, a swimming hole - but no Norman Rockwell painting... July 22, 2012 By Timothy P. Williams Growing up in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin (a Milwaukee suburb,) author Paul Hoffman heard about the 1925... Continue Reading →
Who wants to go to Appleton, Wisconsin and buy "Murder in Wauwatosa"? My book's available at Pages and Pipes, (also known as Jerry's), 322 W. College Ave., Appleton, WI 54911. (920) 734-2821 Here is a more complete list of where to find the book. I'm sure it's at a bunch of Wisconsin bookstores I don't know about yet.... Continue Reading →
If you like to sift through groovy used vinyl records, get yourself some fine baked goods and purchase my book, you can now do all three at The Mix, 901 Washington St., Columbus, IN. (812) 373-7690. All books are signed. Oh, and they have two nice soft chairs in the store in which you... Continue Reading →
This just in! I'll be doing some sort of presentation and book signing at the wonderful, lovely, great and awesome Rosebud Theatre in Wauwatosa from 10 a.m. to noon (or maybe not quite that late) on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. Address: 6823 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53213. My wife and I loved our experience... Continue Reading →
You can get this book on Nook! Click here. ...and as of 11:30 p.m. Eastern time on July 18, 2012, "Murder in Wauwatosa" was ranked the No. 1 true crime Nook book by Barnes & Noble. We're No. 1!
Attention Kindle users: "Murder in Wauwatosa" is now available! This is much earlier than I anticipated. Click here!
The Johnson County Museum of History now has "Murder in Wauwatosa" available in its gift shop. All copies have been signed. Check out the museum, its excellent exhibits, and my book at 135 N. Main St., Franklin, IN 46131 (317) 346-4500
Thank you to everyone who came out for my first official book signing, at the Edinburgh Wright-Hageman Public Library in beautiful downtown Edinburgh. I had my posse with me, helping me set up the projector and sell books. It was nice seeing some of you again and meeting people I've only had email contact with... Continue Reading →