J. Alexander Greenwood
J. Alexander Greenwood is the author of three novels: "Pilate's Cross" (2009), "Pilate's Key" (2011) and "Pilate's Ghost" (2012) all by Caroline Street Press. His latest novel, "Pilate's Blood" will be published in 2015 on Smashwords. He has also written numerous short stories, including the award-winning "Obsidian."
"Pilate's Key" and "Pilate's Ghost" were named Kindle Book Award Semi-Finalists for Best Mystery/Thriller.
He also penned the best-selling non-fiction ebook "Kickstarter Success Secrets" in 2012.
He has worked as a public relations and marketing professional for more than 24 years--primarily in the broadcasting, healthcare and higher education sectors. Previously, he worked as a newspaper editor/journalist, host of a radio talk show and vice president of Kansas City Public Television.
He founded AlexanderG Public Relations, LLC in 2010. The firm helps promote numerous clients, including several authors.
He is a noted speaker on the topics of image management, crisis communication, marketing and general management consulting.
He resides in Kansas City, Missouri.
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A Kindle Book Reviews 2013 Mystery/Thriller Semi-Finalist! When a shadowy enemy rises from the dead, and the heavy hand of a guilty past weighs on his marriage, John Pilate must master his own fear and marshal his resources to defend his family and his life. Soon he discovers he isn't the only one fighting a desperate battle, and that not all ghosts are hostile...
This Kindle Book Reviews 2012 Mystery/Thriller Semi-Finalist is the second book in the John Pilate series. "Pilate's Key" picks up weeks after "Pilate's Cross" ends. On the mend from a near-death experience in the snowy Midwest, John Pilate is taking it easy on the beaches of Key West. Of course, Pilate has a way of getting into trouble--and the only way out is to find the key…Pilate's Key.
Inspired by a true story, "Pilate's Cross" follows John Pilate, his sardonic imaginary pal Simon and lovely new friend Kate as they investigate the cold case mystery of a murdered college president. In too deep to wash his hands of the mystery, Pilate risks his life to uncover the truth of what happened in 1963 and why it's just as deadly today. REVISED 2012 EDITION.
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- Revenge of the Siren Song
on Dec. 15, 2010
If you think Captain Jack Sparrow had all the pirate fun left in the world, then you need to read "Revenge of the Siren Song." Engaging action and battle scenes, saucy, sexy fun below decks and a weather eye towards historical detail earn this novella a tip of the captain's hat. Great read for the romance and pirate enthusiast. Set sail with the Siren Song today, matey!
- Why I Slept Through Halloween
on Jan. 17, 2011
Cute story--a fun one to read to the kids on Halloween.
- On The Gathering Storm
on April 17, 2011
Jason McIntyre possesses the most rare of gifts: the guts to open himself up completely combined with the ability to get it on the page. "On the Gathering Storm" fearlessly engages the reader with lush depictions of acts of cruelty, daily life and yes, horror. Perhaps most interesting, however, are the vulnerabilities of the characters--fully on view and intertwined with their determination to survive the trap in which they've been ensnared. I won't make the easy comparison to other great thriller writers--McIntyre's his own writer, one I'm delighted to read.
- Hair and Skin and Other Stories
on April 17, 2011
Just when I thought that Mike Bennett's work couldn't possibly be as good as his magnetic audio renditions, here comes the ebook--and it is superb. Bennett is one of the most original, imaginative and downright funny writers you'll ever encounter. His creepily fun--even hammy at turns--audio books and podcasts are a treasure, and this collection of short stories will rock your ereader.
"The Grave" is a favorite--you think you can dig it…but you don't. "Hair and Skin" is like a Horrific Hair Club for Men, and "The Haslet Technique" will leave you queasy at the prospect of playing the lotto. Fans of Bennett's ongoing vampire novel "Underwood and Flinch" will find this little slice of Bennett a fascinating side dish best served cold on the page…or ereader as it were.
- Fall into Winter
on July 24, 2011
In my experience, finding erotica with engaging characters and strong plots is unusual, and it's downright rare to find a collection of erotica with those qualities that is as elegantly written as "Fall Into Winter." These stories feature strong, self-possessed women who know what they want sexually and aren't afraid to get it. Each of the four novellas in this collection take you to the edge of fantasy but not so far out that they lose plausibility; if you like erotica that takes place in the realm of the possible, this book is for you. Sexy, arousing and fun, this elegant, witty collection is an honest, playful exploration of sexuality, seduction and lust. Eden Baylee is exceptional.