Who remembers "Queen for a Day?"
The book is RAZZAMATAZZ and it will be free on the 14th of this month. One day only.
I wrote it under the pseudonym Jack Early.
The last thing veteran reporter Colin McGuire , fleeing his job on a
big-city newspaper in the wake numbing personal tragedy, expects to find
in sleepy little Seaville on Long Island’s North Fork is murder. In a
few short weeks Seaville has brought him friends, some comfort and
perhaps more in the person of Annie Winters, who is also trying to build
a new life. But as the murders multiply, so, too, do the questions and
the doubts. Friends suspect friends, lovers suspect lovers and sooner or
later a lot of people begin to suspect Colin.
This is one of those down-to-the-wire stories, very well written, guaranteed to keep you flipping the pages.
*New York Times
New writer Jack Early (Sandra Scoppettone) ranks with Leonard, Ludlum and King.
*Tacoma, WA. News-Tribune
Crisp writing, plus abundant surprises will keep readers riveted until the last page.
Clever plotting, unflagging suspense, authentic dialogue all adds up to firmly compelling, fully satisfying suspense.
It is almost impossible to avoid being caught up in this marvelously well-told story.
I don't see how anyone can resist this!