Once again Jael, my favorite indie reviewer, has taken a spin with Dane Curse through Gold Coast City, and much to my delight she’s given The Coconut Swindle a five star rating! “How can one man earn so many stars for his writing?” you might ask yourself. Begging. Also, the bribes* don’t hurt.
*(jk, Jael is crazy honest and super ethical, but those traits don’t garner laughs.)
The second review is in and Barb Taub has picked up exactly what I was putting down, and understood the ride through Gold Coast perfectly. Either she’s a genius, or I am. Or we both are. But probably just her… Anyways, a big mahalo to her and looking forward to the next in her Null City Series!
Boom! Another five star review, this time from the very discerning Catherine Rose Putsche. And I say discerning with all seriousness, she consumes only top notch novels from truly gifted authors. Don’t let the fact that she read a superhero noir fool you (I think she was drunk when she agreed to review me, so yay vodka!)
I’d like to take a sec to thank The Readers Hollow, a great site that gave me a great review! But that aside, if you’re looking for something to read check them out, TRH does a professional job sifting through a lot of books and showcases the best the literary world has to offer. If it’s worth reading, they’ve covered it, and I’m grateful they took the time to read my work. Seriously Erin, if you ever need to hide a dead body* I’m your man!
*not kidding Erin, I got a really good shovel and some cologne that corpse dogs detest!
A deep thanks to Please Pass the Books for taking the time to visit Gold Coast City!
Review: I was fortunate enough to capture this golden nugget on a promotional free day, and while free on Amazon can be a hit-or-miss, I can honestly say Dane Curse is a hit. This is classic noir at its finest… Read the rest at:
– Please Pass The Books
Thanks to Celtic Frog for taking the ride with Dane Curse, and for the kind words!
Dane Curse is a Black Cape turned P. I. He gets a call from the Syndicate asking him to investigate a case that could set Gold Coast City on fire. The murder of Pinnacle, White Cape and leader of Team Supreme. This is noir detective story with super heroes and super villains. Dane is caught up in the case and finds quickly that not all the black capes hated Pinnacle and not all the white capes loved him. Everyone has an angle, and a lot of those angles involve Dane being dead.
I really enjoyed the book, there are a few superhero series out there, but this has to one of the best. A large part of that is the way even the toughest are made human in some way. They have vulnerabilities both physical and emotional. The plot has some great twists. I had a hard time putting this book down.
If you like old school noir detectives, you’ll like this book. If you like super heroes and their culture you’ll love it. I highly recommend it.
– Celtic Frog Reviews
A humble hat tip to New Free Kindle Books, can’t wait to send you The Coconut Swindle!
Dane Curse is a typical detective story set in a world full of interesting people and exciting events. But there’s a big difference in this world; a difference that will catch your attention right away and have you hanging on to every word. There are good guys and bad guys and people leading ordinary lives, but I don’t want to give the storyline away so I’ll leave it at that.
You’ll be pleasantly surprised as you become immersed in this strange and dangerous life that the author creates. After the initial shock wears off, you’ll find yourself believing that Gold Coast City and the “capes” that live there are real and you’ll hate to go back to your own unexciting life.
I’m hoping that book 2 of the Black Cape Case Files comes out soon!
– New Free Kindle Books