This book is bargain priced from 02/13/2014 until 02/15/2014
Bill Tracer has his share of problems. Divorced, drinking too much, burned out from his job as newspaper reporter, Tracer is in a bar one night when he meets an alluring woman with an offer to join a secret swingers club. Soon, his whole world is turned upside down. And when his colleague and friend, a compulsive gambler with a yen for blackjack and placing big wagers, begins to investigate the sex den, the bullets begin to fly and the action and suspense really begin. Throw in a murder and the sort of colorful characters that are the trademark of a Mike Reuther story, and you have the formula for a fun read. From barrooms to the Atlantic City casinos, this mystery will have readers guessing throughout the story.
Targeted Age Group: 18 and older
Book Price: $.99
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write, write, write.
By day, Mike Reuther is a journalist. In his off-time he tells tales, creating stories filled with colorful characters that readers never forget. Having covered politics, crime, government, health care and sports, Reuther draws on his many years of reporting to create novels that breathe with life and people – both good and bad – who find themselves in sticky situations.
In the mysteries, Return to Dead City and Gambling Lives Reuther keeps readers guessing as his heroes try to solve murders. His protagonists are complex, interesting people who find themselves up against some tough odds. But perhaps his most lovable and unforgettable character is Homer Newbody, the rookie pitcher in the Amazon bestselling baseball novel, Nothing Down who draws both cheers and jeers when he announces to the world he would be happy to play for no money. Nothing Down has been described by one reviewer as a “contemporary morality play wherein, if you’re lucky enough to be living life doing what you love, then the virtue is in remaining true to one’s self and minimizing the ethical compromises that must be made.”
As much as Reuther loves writing fiction and drawing readers in with his spell-binding fiction, he enjoys nothing more than helping other writers. Write the Darn Book and the recently released, How to Write a Book Without Going Crazy were written to encourage and inspire both aspiring and veteran authors.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
A love of mysteries and writing.