arby frisco

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arby frisco's favorite authors on Smashwords

Bill Pronzini
Latest book: The Gallows Land. Published July 30, 2016.
Bruce Davis
Latest book: Glowgems for Profit. Published February 13, 2015.
Chris Slusser
Latest book: Mandra. Published May 10, 2011. (4.00 from 4 reviews)
Donna Lea Simpson
Latest book: An Eccentric Engagement. Published May 15, 2017.
E. Patrick Dorris
Latest book: John Smith, World Jumper Book One: Portal to Adventure. Published November 4, 2008. (4.27 from 15 reviews)
Emma Bull
Latest book: Liavek 7: Spells of Binding. Published November 27, 2016.
J.A. Sprouls
Latest book: Armadillo Trackers. Published June 14, 2015.
Jeffrey Cohen
Latest book: As Dog Is My Witness. Published August 20, 2010.
John Stockmyer
Latest book: Under The Stairs - Book 1 in The Bandworld Series. Published September 24, 2010. (5.00 from 6 reviews)
Jordan Baugher
Latest book: Dearly Detested. Published January 23, 2013.
Karen Michaud
Latest book: The Grace Murders: Caspar's Run. Published November 1, 2012. (5.00 from 1 review)
Loren D. Estleman
Latest book: The Master Executioner. Published June 16, 2015.
Mike Crowson
Latest book: Snowfall. Published May 28, 2014.
R.L. Mathewson
Latest book: Delectable. Pre-release—available August 1, 2017.
Rich Leder
Latest book: McCall & Company: Workman's Complication. Published September 7, 2014. (4.00 from 1 review)
Thomas Stone
Latest book: The Libran Exchange. Published July 29, 2014.

Smashwords book reviews by arby frisco

  • Lost in Glory on July 15, 2013

    This is a Silly book, which we know because "Quentin Oakwood" repeatedly tells us so. I could have enjoyed this more had the writer a bit more restraint in pointing out how much we should be recognizing the slap-stick presented.
  • McCall & Company: Workman's Complication on March 02, 2015

    At first I thought this was a typical cozy mystery, complete with detective boyfriend: it's not. I was hoping Janet Evanovich would kill off Plum & then introduce her twin, smarter, stronger, not so helpless, as in the James Garner series Nichols. Now I don't have to, thanks to Rich Leder. Kate McCall is an Actor, who just happens to a Private Investigator. Her father is murdered, & leaves the PI business to her. Fortunately, she has plenty of help in the form of her fellow thespians & also her quirky house-mates. It's not a perfect book: some of the illogic is worthy of Ms Evanovich, (there's a previous court case against one of the villains, which is otherwise ignored), but the story is very twisty, & a great deal of Fun. I just bought the 2nd eBook, & am looking forward to another enjoyable read. Arby Frisco