Tag Archives: Kindle


“E-freading” as in, “Read a free e-book.” The free Kindle edition of my first novel We All Fall Down is up right now, just waiting to snuggle into your handheld device or properly app’d laptop. I’m keeping it gratis until early next week, so if you’ve been holding off on reading a crime novel that’s been praised by the New York Post and the Star-Ledger, here’s your shot. You want to hear what other writers said about it? J.D. Rhoades called the novel “fast-moving and twisty,” and Kristy Kiernan called it a “hugely promising debut.” Shucks, I’d want to read the book myself, if I hadn’t already written it. Here’s your link. Have fun.

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Re: Kindle

The Kindle edition of my new novel We All Fall Down just went live this afternoon. It takes its place on the e-book shelf alongside my first book, The Last Three Miles: Politics, Murder, and the Construction of America’s First Superhighway. Yee-hah!

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My approach to new technology is simple: when it appears in a Smithsonian display, I’m ready to give it a try. (Who needs CDs? Those wax cylinders sound perfectly fine if you just take care of them.) So I don’t have a Kindle, and I’m not terribly well informed as to whatever drawbacks are going to be remedied by the Kindle 2 that’s about to be rolled out. Perhaps some of my more tech-savvy readers will bring us up to date.

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