In my four decades as an author, from First Blood through The Brotherhood of the Rose and Creepers, I’ve always tried to find new ways to write action and suspense. Readers know that I do my best to surprise them and take them to places they’ve never been.
My latest novel Murder as a Fine Art attempts to make you believe that you’re in 1854 London. It's a blend of fact with fiction in a harrowing exhumation of the infamous Ratcliffe Highway murders, a series of mass killings that rivaled those of Jack the Ripper for terrorizing London and all of England.
My main character also blends fiction … Read more