Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Can Danny Boyle Find The Famous Author?

My new hero is Danny Boyle, the newest member of Sea Haven, New Jersey's police department. Danny is the narrator of the John Ceepak mystery series, authored by Chris Grabenstein, and my man Danny has managed to stay alive through several publishing potholes. His newest adventure, ROLLING THUNDER, is set for publication this May by Pegasus, John and Danny's third publishing company.

People like Danny. And people might like me, too, if The Famous Author -- that fat lazy drunken bum -- would ever get back to the typewriter and finish my latest adventure. Where the hell is he? One little pothole and the guy runs out on me, leaves for Rome, then Mexico. Last word I got, he was back in Puerto Vallarta drinking bottles and bottles of Patron.

I've asked Danny and Ceepak to help me find him. Danny says they're a little busy finishing up this ROLLING THUNDER adventure, but after that, he might take a trip to Mexico and run TFA down for me. Go get'm, Danny. And when you find him, book'm, Dano.

Here's a blurb on ROLLING THUNDER. You can order it now online or at your favorite bookstore. And learn about Danny's other adventures at Chris Grabenstein's website.

"Full of unpredictable twists and turns. There's plenty of fizz in the chemistry between the two protagonists to keep the novel and the reader spinning."—Boston Globe

There’s more fireworks down the Jersey shore in Chris Grabenstein’s sixth fast-paced John Ceepak mystery Rolling Thunder. A prominent citizen suffers a heart attack on opening day of a brand new boardwalk roller coaster in the seedy seaside resort town Sea Haven, New Jersey. Initially ruled a tragic accident, it isn’t long before there are suspicious hints of foul play—especially after another dead body is discovered: a stunning young beach beauty.


Author Chris said...

Danny says -- Follow the money. The Big Money. You'll find jack and Jack!

Austin Carr said...

Hey, Chris. You have seen that SOB have you?

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LOSER PAUL said...

Hello! :)

Austin Carr said...

Paul, dude. There is someone for everybody. Even the convicted murderers in prison get women writing to them, offering marriage.

And as something of a lady's man myself, I have to offer another piece of advice: Confidence is more appealing than calling yourself a loser.

Some gal is waiting for you, man.