T.K. O’Neill’s latest, Jackpine Savages, featuring private investigator Carter Brown, now out on paperback and ebook!!
Read Chapter One posted here–see link to the right.
Read the rest of Jackpine Savages–available at most online bookstores, including:
It’s early March and a battered, steaming wreck lays at the bottom of a 50-foot cliff. Former boxing champion Johnny Beam is found crumpled and broken behind the steering wheel. Beam was a gambler, in trouble with the law—and now dead. Was it an accident? Suicide? Murder? How did the former hero end up like this? In the lily-white northern town of Zenith, Minnesota, only one thing was certain: Johnny Beam stood out like a fly in a bottle of milk.
T.K. O’Neill’s Fly in the Milk is a work of crime noir fiction, a provocative tale of death, betrayal and hypocrisy spanning three generations–available on all major online bookstores. See those links in the right column of this page (blogroll):
O’Neill has also authored three books under the pseudonym Thomas Sparrow: Northwoods Pulp: Four Tales of Crime and Weirdness; Fatally Flawed; and Northwoods Standoff. The critically regarded novel “Social Climbing,” one of the Northwoods Pulp stories, was also released in Japan by publisher Fushosha. Its Japanese title is roughly translated as “Fang of Winter.”
See categories to the right for excerpts from the works of T.K. O’Neill and Thomas Sparrow. Sparrow books are also available at major online bookstores.
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