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I see we share many of the same books on Library Thing. Since we have similar tastes, try my new mystery/ suspense novel, The Undertaker. It's a great beach/ pool read. It's on Kindle, Sony, Nook, and the other e-book sites, and it has a dozen 5-Star reviews now. You can also follow my writing at http://billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com/

Enjoy, Bill Brown
Hey Josh, I'm Marshall Karp, that author you seem to like. I'm not a very active member of Library Thing, but I got a Google alert that brought me to the site. A short ego-search later and I stumbled on you, much the way you stumbled on me. And much to my amazement not only did you give me a shoutout on Rabbit Factory and Bloodthirsty, but with 1071 books in your library my two are in the photo. (Should I take it personally that they’re next to a book that prominently says MERDE?) The newest Lomax and Biggs, Flipping Out, will be released in the Spring. I have to admit, I'm not sure I understand the machinations of Library Thing -- somebody wrote to say she got an ARC of my new book from a publicist, but she had no idea why or how. Neither do I. Why don’t they send these things to people who list me as one of their favorite authors? There’s no justice in publishing. I’m in the process of overhauling my much neglected website (lomaxandbiggs.com). In a month or so I’ll do my best to communicate with readers on a wider scale. This one-to-one stuff is hard on my typing fingers (I only use two). Thanks for finding me, reading me, and of course, pimping me. Marshall Karp marshall@lomaxandbiggs.com
Well, I was inspired yesterday to crack open "Volk's Shadow" and I pretty much devoured it in one sitting (with a 2 hour nap break in between, 'cuz I'm gettin' old:). Anyway, it was quite a good thriller, probably even better than "Volk's Game."

Take it easy,

bookstothesky
Howdy,

You know, I really wish I could tell you something about the Jeff Abbott books I own (which turns out to be only one book, now that I've searched for Abbott on LT), but I've never read the guy. On the other hand, I did read Ghelfi's first book, "Volk's Game," and I enjoyed the violence in it quite a lot:) The story was a bit over the top, natch, but I liked the Volk character and everyone/thing else enough to want to read the next book (which I own but haven't gotten to, of course:) to find out what happens to Volk, as well as his girl-Friday sidekick.

Take it easy,

bookstothesky
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