My novel gets a nice plug in today’s “Required Reading” column of the New York Post. Wheeeee!
We All Fall Down
by Steven Hart (Black Angel Press)
They say the long arm of the law doesn’t reach the Soprano State. A fictional New Jersey town with a cabal of crooked cops provides a fruitful backdrop for author and journalist Hart’s first novel, the story of a policewoman’s hunt for a killer. As Bridgeborough, NJ’s only woman police officer, Karen McCarthy must earn her co-workers’ trust. But the more she learns about corruption on the force, the more tempting it is to split. First, though, she’s got a host of personal demons to battle — not to mention a murderer who wants to meet her face to face.
Incidentally, I’m doing a book launch party for We All Fall Down this Thursday at Nighthawk Books in Highland Park. I haven’t mentioned that too many times, have I?
And if you want to see what the fuss is about, here’s a link to some online buying opportunities, to which more will soon be added.