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Carnal Hours on Kindle for $1.99 (December Only)

Sunday, December 4th, 2011
Carnal Hours

Through the end of December, The Kindle edition of CARNAL HOURS is on sale for only $1.99. In this, the sixth Nathan Heller novel, Heller takes to the Bahamas to solve the murder of Sir Harry Oakes. I haven’t read CARNAL HOURS since I was in eighth grade, so I’m looking forward to the opportunity to revisit it and escape from the cold and dreary Midwest winter.

And if you don’t have a Kindle, the e-book can be read on several other devices, including desktops and smartphones. CARNAL HOURS (and the rest of the Nathan Heller series) is also available in paperback and audio/MP3 CD on Amazon through the same link or through an independent bookstore near you.

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Chicago Lightning on Kindle for $0.99 (Today Only)

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011
Chicago Lightning

I’m thrilled to announce that M.A.C. has again been featured over at Amazon’s daily Kindle deals with the complete collection of Nathan Heller short stories, CHICAGO LIGHTNING, on sale for 99 cents. There’s thirteen short stories spanning Heller’s career, and since my computer science degree came with four years of math classes, I can work that out to less than eight cents per story.

This sale is one day only, today (Wednesday), so act fast. If you do miss it, you should still check it out — Amazon sometimes extends the sale with a reduced-but-over-one-dollar price.

Anyway, my father let me borrow the audiobook (masterfully read by by Dan John Miller) and I still bought a copy without hesitation, so there’s no excuse not to grab it while you can.

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And if you enjoy CHICAGO LIGHTNING, please post a review either on Amazon or your own blog; it really does help us out.

One more thing: Happy Thanksgiving!


Return to Perdition Wallpaper

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

I made some desktop wallpaper from Lee Bermejo’s wonderful cover art for RETURN TO PERDITION:

RETURN TO PERDITION comes out in less than a month, alongside reprints of ROAD TO PERDITION and ON THE ROAD.