Pilate's Blood: Thicker Than Water. Twice As Deadly.

Accidental and reluctant sleuth John Pilate returns to tiny Cross Township...a mutated Mayberry packed with guns, a serious lack of anti-depression meds, a rampaging hillbilly crime boss and an imaginary friend who won't shut the hell up. More

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About J. Alexander Greenwood

J. Alexander Greenwood is the author of five novels: "Pilate's Cross" (2009), "Pilate's Key" (2011), "Pilate's Ghost" (2012), "Pilate's Blood" (2014) and "Pilate's Rose" (2018), all published by Caroline Street Press. A collection of John Pilate Mystery short stories, "Pilate's 7" was released in July 2015 in ebook format, then in paperback the following year. He has also written numerous non-Pilate 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. All of his John Pilate Mystery novels and short stories have received acclaim as "Notable" or "Page Turner" books by Shelf Unbound Magazine. "Pilate's 7 was named #35 in the Shelf Unbound Magazine 2016 Notable Books Top 100.

He also penned the best-selling non-fiction ebook "Kickstarter Success Secrets" in 2012.

Alex 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 AGPR (formerly 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, crowdfunding, indie publishing, inbound marketing, personal branding, crisis communication and general management consulting.

He resides in Kansas City, Missouri.

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