Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Sunday, June 14, 2015

THE TATTOOED DUCHESS is only three weeks away!

The second book in the trilogy A Fire beneath the Skin will become available for your Kindle in just three short weeks (give or take a few days).  It's called The Tattooed Duchess and picks up with our friends from Ink Mage, especially Rina Veraiin who has been gifted with magical tattoos that grant her extraordinary powers.

But book 2 doesn't do you much good if you haven't read book 1, right?

So I'm compelled to briefly harass you to ick up the first book Ink Mage if you haven't yet.  Do it soon so you'll be up to speed for the sequel.  Simply click HERE.

Above: A scene from Ink Mage as depicted by artist Tazio Bettin.

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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Words used to describe my new novel STAY









Okay ... get it at your fave local bookstore or HERE for Kindle or HERE for Nook.


Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Today is publication day for STAY !

My new thriller STAY comes out today and I want to thank some folks.  As always, a big wad of gratitude to my agent David Hale Smith.  Many thanks to my editor Brenden Deneen and also to the Thomas Dunne team.  Thanks to the amazing authors who took the time to blurb the book: Blake Crouch, Greg Rucka, Michael Koryta, and Sean Chercover.

If you're looking to spend some cash, here's a link right HERE or by all means spend your money at your favorite book store.

Below is my first ever starred review.  Thanks, Publishers Weekly!


Edgar-finalist Gischler (Gun Monkeys) offers tornado-paced shoot-’em-up action in this can’t-put-it-down thriller. After the Army sends former Solo Ops officer David Sparrow home to suburbia to recuperate from deadly assignments that he’s never revealed to his wife, Amy, David more or less happily settles into a domestic routine. Then Amy, a newly appointed New York City deputy DA, inherits the fearful job of prosecuting crime boss Dante Payne. Of course, Payne hates anyone who thwarts him, and he engineers vicious goon squad attacks on Amy and her family, against which David mounts a ferocious killing-machine defense. David must also contend with a terrorist hell-bent on personal vengeance, but fortunately he can rely on old Army buddies, friendly computer wizards, and former spook handlers for help. Amid the mayhem, Gischler provides plenty of comic relief, including a hotel full of drunken Shriners. TV rights have been sold to CBS. Agent: David Hale Smith, Inkwell Management. (June)