This book is available in both print and electronic forms and can be purchased wherever you normally purchase books, whether online or at a real, honest to goodness bookstore. IN PRINTOnline:The History PressAmazonBarnes & NobleBordersBookstoresThe following stores have generally had the book in stock. But just about any store can order it for you if you... Continue Reading →
These photos were taken, and apparently one was manipulated, by Mark Freeland, a fantastic photographer who lives in Franklin, Indiana, on Feb. 1, 2013 at the Johnson County Museum of History in Franklin. The museum has my book available in its gift shop. All copies are autographed. Thanks, Mark!
Below are a few photos taken at a discussion I had with some wonderful ladies at their book club meeting at the new 66 Water Street Arts Cafe in downtown Franklin, Ind., on Jan. 23. The club had chosen my book as one of its reads, and I was honored to meet with the members. This... Continue Reading →
We've just added a book signing to this month's schedule. I'll be at the new 66 Water Street Arts Cafe in downtown Franklin on Wednesday, January 23 to sign books and chat with whomever wants to come down. We'll start about 8 p.m. or so, just after I've discussed the book with a local book club... Continue Reading →
Hi everybody. Hope you're prepared for Christmas ... and some of the wintry weather hitting some of your areas today! We'll be adding a book signing in Franklin, Indiana, soon. The wonderful folks at Benjamin's Coffeehouse, right across from the Johnson County Courthouse, will allow me to spend some time on a Saturday morning soon... Continue Reading →
I've been invited to speak at a book club meeting in Franklin, Indiana, on Jan. 22. The club has selected "Murder in Wauwatosa" as one of its selections.This is going to be fun. Sorry, if you're not a member, you can't crash the party. I've been told that there is another book club, this one... Continue Reading →
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
Two different book clubs have told me that they are putting "Murder in Wauwatosa" on their reading lists this fall. One of the clubs is in the Milwaukee area; the other is based in Franklin, Indiana. This qualifies as very groovy news.