Very grateful to have friends who support my career by hosting book parties. We sold a lot of copies yesterday and ate some great barbecue. Thanks, Anne and Steve, Interabang Books, and Pecan Lodge.
Nice words from the Library Journal for my new thriller The Devil’s Country.
“Hunsicker’s latest introduces a sympathetic hero who struggles with his own demons as much as he strives to solve the crime at hand.” —Library Journal
The full review will post later this month.
Like clouds gathering before a storm, the appearance of advance reading copies signifies the finished book is nearing publication, in this case March of 2017.
Set amid the badlands of West Texas, the story revolves around an ex-Texas Ranger distraught over the murder of his family. When he’s accused of a similar crime, he must overcome his grief and find those responsible in order to clear his name.
So just who is the devil in the barren country of West Texas? Pre-order a copy now so you’ll be the first to know!
Thanks to my wonderful publisher, I’m in LA, filming promos for my seventh thriller, THE DEVIL’S COUNTRY. (March 2017; Thomas & Mercer)
Amazing how hard it is to talk coherently when someone is videoing you.
Author’s copies of my sixth thriller arrived today. THE GRID, available August 25, 2015, wherever books are sold.
My short story, The Stickup Girl, has been selected for Akashic Books’ upcoming Dallas Noir anthology, edited by David Hale Smith. Other contributors include PEN/Hemingway award winner Ben Fountain; Matt Bondurant, author of The Wettest County in the World; executive vice president of the Mystery Writers of America Daniel J. Hale; and Suzanne Frank, director of Southern Methodist University’s CAPE creative writing program. Pub date: November 2013. Available for pre-order now.
View from the podium. The Texas Book Festival/Highland Park Centennial celebration. Many thanks to moderator Daniel J. Hale and South Texas author Miles Arcenaux.
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