I mean really! It’s 20! You’d think by the way people around here are acting we’re living in Fargo or Bismarck, North Dakota, where it hit -44 this morning. Personally I think it’s quite pleasant out, brisk and refreshing. Drop the top on the Mustang, crank the heat, crank the radio, and laugh at the strange looks people give as I pass. It’s all a matter of layers. My cozy old full-length army coat, long-johns, hiking socks, gloves, a scarf and my ‘Elmer Fudd’ hunting hat, I’m good to go. Life is too short to drive around with the roof up all the time.
“A mystery in the John D. MacDonald tradition – both in its largely watery setting and tone, the novel also brings to mind Dashiell Hammett in the complexity of its plot, and even Stieg Larsson in its use of a strong young woman with an attitude as a main character. Last Exit In New Jersey is well-paced, densely-plotted story that mystery-thriller fans will enjoy immensely.”
~ Alex Austin, author of The Red Album of Asbury Park Remixed
Write On The Water