Attention, Lit-Mart shoppers!

I know how it feels: holidays just around the corner, no gift ideas seem appropriate. What’s a caring person to do? And yet, the solution to your gift-giving problems is literally at your fingertips.

Oh shucks, enough with playing coy. Please buy my books. There’s something here for just about everybody.

You like nonfiction? Maybe you’ve been watching Boardwalk Empire and you find the whole political boss thing pretty intriguing? Then The Last Three Miles: Politics, Murder, and the Construction of America’s First Superhighway is the book for you. One of the key players, Hudson County political boss Frank Hague, recently made an appearance on Boardwalk Empire, and now you can get the real deal on this most misunderstood and influential figure of 20th century politics. You also get a labor war, a murder trial, and a lesson in how the plans of the smartest and most gifted people of an era can go wrong. This link will give you options on how to buy a copy.

That sounds too heavy? You just want a good, fast-paced story to keep you guessing? I got you covered: We All Fall Down, my first novel, has well-known thriller writers like J.D. Rhoades singing its praises, calling it things like “fast-moving and twisty” and the like. It has, if I do say so myself, a pretty original and surprising heroine, and a small-town New Jersey that may very well remind you of your own town. In which case, you might want to consider moving. Just kidding! But I’m not kidding when I say this link will set out buying options.

I can say with all honesty that these are books I wouldn’t hesitate to buy — if I hadn’t already written them.

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