Books, Writing and
Fiction can be exciting, inventive, and
entertaining, but for really incredible and unbelievable tales, you just can't
beat fact. That's why I write books that are either factual ,or based on real
events and criminal cases. How about these real life cases?
-A detective who
produced a last minute confession to the Lindbergh kidnapping just days before
someone else was scheduled to be executed for the crime.
-A couple found shot
to death in a locked room.
-A lighthouse keeper found dead in his lighthouse,
but the blood on the floor belonged to someone else.
-A shipwrecked Spaniard
who became a Mayan war chief in the 1500s.
And a lot more.
plenty of strange and fascinating events to write about and that's what I do. I
write about real events because truth really is stranger than
Writing and publishing
Do you know of an interesting historical crime,
personality or incident? Let me know about it and your name might appear in
my next book.
released! Death and the Blind Tiger: A Max Hurlock
Roaring 20s Mystery
Ellsworth Connelly had it all; a grand house in New York,
racehorses, and the money to pursue every woman he met. Along the way he left a
vengeful ex-wife and trail of jilted women, jealous husbands, and resentful
business partners. Is it any wonder he wound up dead in his own parlor? Now Max
and Allison must go to New York City, with its speakeasies, literary lights,
gangsters and corruption. Max becomes the target of bootleggers while locking
horns with the New York Police and Allison goes to lunch at the Algonquin round
table with Dorothy Parker to solve a case with too many suspects. Their only
clue is a blindfolded ceramic tiger...sent by the dead man just before he was
The Max Hurlock Roaring 20s Mysteries
Adventures in book
One of the great things about writing is how it
gives you a chance to meet new people and do new things
Here are a
"Count me as a super-fan of John Reisinger. I predict
that every lover of an exciting tale told well will
Anne Stinson, Book Reviewer, The Tidewater Times