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Check out a great conversation with Hawkshaw hardboiled author William F. Crandell, and find out how he dit it!
Well maybe he’s got an answer for you.
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We have a new book that is free for download today on Amazon. If you like hardboiled detective series, you won’t get too much better than Bill’s version. Bill, as an FYI, is a Vietnam vet, and he first wrote this when he was on a Maryland state arts grant.
There are 3 more in the series too, so if you like this, more are coming. This one is free until midnight tonight, 11/29/2021.
You can download it to any device: laptop, tablet, smartphone, and read it whenever, or share it (you can let another person read it, also for free). You do not have to read it today, but you can only “obtain” it today.(Amazon limits how much we can give away).
Damn that’s a good-looking book!
You know you want it!
And, this weekend, you can have it, free!
Yes, we’re giving it away to say thanks for your support of the Hawkshaw mysteries.
If you get it, and you read it, would you be so kind as to drop it a review on Amazon?
Bill is an indie author with an indie press who wrote one-helluva hard-boiled mystery, so he can use all the reviews he can get to help people find out about this wonderful book. He has been called the successor to Raymond Chandler by some reviewers, and they’re not exaggerating.
But, review or not, you can have it, no strings attached. We want you to have the book, and to enjoy it, on us, as a way to say “Thanks!” So get your free copy today!
It didn’t occur to me then that Kennedy was rich. All I saw was this skinny, unassuming guy with a New England accent. His suit hung on his bones as though he were still recovering from the South Pacific, but his grin was a Steinway piano. Kennedy had the kind of charm that made you like him even when he was winning the girl you wanted. How do you outmaneuver a romancer like that?
It’s time for the final read-through before the curtain goes up on Let’s Say Jack Kennedy Killed the Girl. We check them once, we check them twice, and we check them a few times after that to be sure they’re clean, like Griffin’s case.
And you’re going to want a chance to talk to Bill!
If mystery is your thing, you’re going to love this book.
It’s Veteran’s Day in the US of A, and there are lots of things you can do to thank a veteran, like picking up the tab at Starbucks, or saying, “Thank you for your service,” or many other things.
One thing you can do is to read a man’s book. That’s right; there is nothing you can do that will make a writer happier than reading something he, or she, wrote.
William Crandell, who is a veteran of the Vietnam War, happens to be a really talented writer in addition to being a veteran. He won the best short story nationally in 2019, in addition to his win in the state of Delaware.
Bill is releasing his first novel, one in a series of four starring hardboiled detective Jack Griffin, and he has already gotten a stellar review for it from Midwest Reviews.
Am I using a post about Veteran’s Day to hawk a man’s book? I am. It is no small thing to have served in a combat zone.
And, therefore, why not? What better gift could you give Bill than to read his book? He served; we should care, and while we have limited time and what-have-you, this is one way people who like writers and creative writing can also add in appreciation for veterans.
And, aside from that, this is really a very well-written book. It’s gonna grab you and transport you. And it’s fun; it has all that Humphrey-Bogart-patter you love in a good noir mystery.
Thanks for your service Bill.