Tag Archives: thrillers

Hello 2017

A lot has happened since my last post. Mainly, life has happened. Storms, marriages, deaths have all visited. But, I write tonight a fortunate man.  My health is good, thank God. I’m still at my full time job of being … Continue reading

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Suppose…

Dear All…this is the tentative title to the third novel in the Cloe Lejeune series. Is it the last? Maybe so. So many people seem to have enjoyed the first two books, Judas the Apostle and The Last Sicarius, that … Continue reading

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Publishers

All…in writing a successful novel, there are at least three phases. First, one has to write a good story and tell a good tale. Second, you have to get “published” if you are going to have more readers than your … Continue reading

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The Sequel

Writing the sequel to my debut novel, Judas the Apostle, has been an extremely interesting process. When I finished JTA, I had no notion of writing a follow on book. Writing one book, getting it published and selling the book … Continue reading

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Reading

Judas the Apostle. I was recently chairing a committee tasked with developing ways and means to make Baton Rouge into  a literary city. Laugh not; the arts are well represented here with world-class facilities and programs for the visual and … Continue reading

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Judas the Apostle—the movie!

A producer is talking to me about making my novel, Judas the Apostle, into a movie. This is pretty amazing. Among many other things, I’m being asked who would play the principal characters. The problem is I’m so far removed from … Continue reading

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Judas the Apostle-the monsignor

JTA…the monsignor is the mysterious Vatican representative who shows up to help Cloe discover the secrets of the 2000 year old relic left to her by her murdered  father. Cloe’s father, Thibodeaux Lejeune, found the relic in WWII in the Tunisian mountains … Continue reading

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