Category: Robert J. Ray

Murdock Cracks Ice–from Camel Press

Now available from Amazon in paperback and on kindle. check it out. through CamelPress.com, to be followed by Murdock Tackles Taos. Murdock Cracks Ice, by Seattle-based novelist Robert J. Ray ($14.95, 262 pages, ISBN: 978-1-60381-881-0), first published in 1992, is back in print. Fans of the hard-boiled but soft-hearted detective Matt Murdock will soon be able to obtain Ray’s other books in the much-acclaimed mystery series: Bloody Murdock,  Murdock for Hire, and Dial “M” for Murdock. Murdock Cracks Ice the only book of the series that takes place in Seattle.   Share this:TweetShare on TumblrEmailLike this:Like...

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Deborah Allen Interviews Jack Remick

Deborah Allen Interviews Jack Remick: Today’s questions focus on Remick’s path to publication. One technique he uses is called ‘timed writing’. Tomorrow I’ll let him explain what timed writing is, and how it helps the writing process.

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Jack’s Q and A on writing while the rice boils

On Wednesday, December 7th, Deborah Allen blogmaster of writingwhilethericeboils  will run the first installment of a Q and A session with Jack Remick. Jack answers questions about writing practice, story structure, technique, and scene structure. Check it out at: http://writingwhilethericeboils.blogspot.com/ Share this:TweetShare on TumblrEmailLike this:Like...

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Robert Ray’s fourth Matt Murdock Mystery, has been Kindled

Answering the call of an old friend from his military past, Matt Murdock tracks a killer from upscaleLaguna Beachto exoticBalboaIsland. Slogging through a morass of corruption, cover-up, dirty cops and Mafia soldiers, Murdock crosses paths with a beautiful Senator who knows how to pressure a guy to get what she needs.

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