This month’s shows are sponsored by David M. Brown author of Fezariu’s Epiphany (The Elencheran Chronicles) and A World Apart (release date 6/16/12).
In the first of an exciting new series, hotshot covert agent Cleo Matts goes to war against an international cabal of the influential elite.
While working desperately to thwart the assassination of a highbrowed microbiologist, Matts runs into scorned Hollywood actress Julia McMichaels. Romantic sparks fly, but there’s a bomb on the plane, aliens outside their window, and a CIA hitman in seat 13-C.
Though they manage to survive the doomed flight, little does Matts know he’s at ground zero of a germ-warfare conspiracy approved by the President of the US.
From the back streets of New Orleans and the corridors of NASA to the super yacht of a gigolo Saudi prince and a showdown in a raging ice storm, the laughs, chases, and shoot-outs come fast and furious in this balls-to-the-wall espionage action thriller.
Book length: 84,000 words
Joe Crubaugh is the author of sci-fi comedy thriller Terminal Departure: A Cleo Matts Novel, and many intriguing articles posted on his blog, Hard-boiled Dreams of the World.
When he’s not writing about himself in the third person, Joe spends weekdays masquerading as a software consultant in the ship, plant, and offshore industry.
Joe was born in Tupelo, Mississippi and currently resides in Huntsville, Alabama with his wife, three children, and a couple of dogs. At this very instant, he’s working on the next Cleo Matts novel and sliding around the kitchen floor in his socks.
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