Over a year ago, a group of writers started planning out a book. The concept was for it to be a novel, but told through a series of stories written by different authors. Somehow… some way… the concept is becoming a reality. Coming in March 2018, The Night of the Flood will hit the shelves. For those of you familiar with my novels, you may learn a little more about a guy named Cyprus Keller. 🙂
The contributors for THE FLOOD include:
Rob Brunet (STINKING RICH)
Gwen Florio (DISGRACED)
Elizabeth Heiter (SEIZED)
J.J. Hensley (CHALK’S OUTLINE)
Jennifer Hillier (WONDERLAND)
Shannon Kirk (METHOD 15/33)
Sarah M. Chen (CLEANING UP FINN)
Wendy Tyson (A MUDDIED MURDER)
E.A. Aymar (YOU’RE AS GOOD AS DEAD)
Jenny Milchman (AS NIGHT FALLS)
Angel Colon (NO HAPPY ENDINGS)
Mark Edwards (THE LUCKY ONES)
Alan Orloff (RUNNING FROM THE PAST)
Hilary Davidson (BLOOD ALWAYS TELLS)
With an introduction from bestseller Hank Phillippi Ryan (SAY NO MORE)
See the cover & read the announcement here:
J.J. Hensley is the author of RESOLVE, a Thriller Award finalist which is set against the backdrop of the Pittsburgh Marathon, Measure Twice, Chalk’s Outline, and other works. Hensley is a former police officer and former Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service.
Watch for my new book, BOLT ACTION REMEDY
Former Pittsburgh narcotics detective Trevor Galloway has been hired to look into the year-old homicide of a prominent businessman who was gunned down on his estate in Central Pennsylvania. When Galloway arrives, he determines the murder could have only been committed by someone extremely skilled in two areas: Skiing and shooting. He believes the assailant should not be too difficult to identify given the great amount of skill and athleticism needed to pull off the attack. When he discovers the victim’s property is next door to a biathlon training camp, the situation becomes significantly more complicated.
Galloway makes plenty of enemies as he sifts through stories about lucrative land deals, possible drug connections, and uncovers evidence suggesting the homicide may have been elaborate suicide. As he attempts to navigate through an unfamiliar rural landscape, he does his best not to succumb to an old drug addiction, or become confused by one of his occasional hallucinations. Oh, and a Pittsburgh drug gang enforcer known as The Lithuanian—if he’s even real—is tracking Galloway and wants to take his eyes. Galloway would rather keep those.
In Bolt Action Remedy, the typically quiet streets of Washaway Township, Pennsylvania become the epicenter of a mystery involving elite athletes and old grudges. For Galloway, the problems keep piling up and somebody out there believes problems should be dealt with by employing the most permanent of remedies.
An addict is killing Pittsburgh city officials, but Homicide Detective Jackson Channing has his own addiction.
In the Pittsburgh Marathon, more than 18,000 people will participate. 4,500 people will attempt to cover the full 26.2 miles. Over 200 of the participants will quit, realizing it just wasn’t their day. More than 100 will get injured and require medical treatment. One man is going to be murdered. When Dr. Cyprus Keller lines up to start the race, he knows a man is going to die for one simple reason. He’s going to kill him.
And look for my short story FOUR DAYS FOREVER in the LEGACY anthology