Sizzlin' Summer

Contest Winners


The fifth Greg McKenzie mystery, A Sporting Murder, has been released, and here are the winners in the contest celebrating the new book:


Robin Nolen will have her name used for a character in my next mystery.

● A signed copy of A Sporting Murder goes to Charles Burdick.

● A free ebook download of Secret of the Scroll, Designed to Kill and The Surest Poison goes to Eva Minaskanian.

Patty Andersen gets a paperback copy of the first Greg McKenzie Mystery, Secret of the Scroll.



"Once Again, Campbell

Has Hit the Mark"

That's how Larry Chavis winds up his review of A Sporting Murder. Writing for The GenReview, he says:

"His writing is clean and spare, giving us enough sense of place and character to feel as if we've settled in with friends, and then in turn ratcheting up the tension and suspense. Greg McKenzie is not a hard-boiled private investigator, but he's tough and smart, well aware of the qualities Jill brings to the partnership. The way the case plays out against the backdrop of their lives gives them a genuineness that makes the reader feel these would be good folks to spend an afternoon with - or to have along in a gun fight."

Worldwide Launch Party Sept. 25

Mysteries & More, Nashville's  only mystery bookshop, was the scene of the "Worldwide Launch Party" (owner Greg Bruss' description) for

A Sporting Murder

on Saturday, Sept. 25.