Review of DEATH IN THE FACE: “The Last Man Standing”

Review by Marvin Minkler: @MarvinMinklerModernFirstEditions "Quite alone, yet somehow quite happy, Hector drove on through the sweet-smelling autumn rain, back to his home and family." This one true sentence, from the ending of the newly finished novel, Death in the Face, by Craig McDonald, an Edgar and Anthony Awards Finalist, brought to a close my … Continue reading Review of DEATH IN THE FACE: “The Last Man Standing”

Valentine’s Day: “Let’s get that ring a mate”

              Excerpt from Forever's Just Pretend  by Craig McDonald "She bit her lip. “Have I scared you buying us a love nest, Hec?” “You, the nomad, bought a house?” Hector could hardly believe what he was hearing. Brinke was the consummate globetrotter. He bit his lip, watching her. Well, … Continue reading Valentine’s Day: “Let’s get that ring a mate”

Craig McDonald: Cover me #3 – Forever’s Just Pretend & The Great Pretender

"This edition is all "pretend" in terms of exploring more about how Betimes Books and I went about our strategic relaunch of the Hector Lassiter series, for the first time presenting the entire series in a mix of old and new titles, uniformly branded and sequenced in chronological order.  Having established the look of the … Continue reading Craig McDonald: Cover me #3 – Forever’s Just Pretend & The Great Pretender