As of yesterday, A PERILOUS CONCEPTION is officially in print. A busy time.
We've made good progress in updating the web site. You can go to www.larrykarp.com, and look around, or go directly to http://www.larrykarp.com/chapters/apc.html, where you can read the first chapter-plus of A PERILOUS CONCEPTION.
Here are excerpts from two more reviews:
Karp brings a fresh topic to the medical thriller. Readers will be delighted with his new detective’s debut. Pages will fly by as his action-packed cat-and-mouse chase draws to an unexpected conclusion.
Janice Welch, Library Journal
This game that is played between the detective and the doctor, who both think that they are the best of the best plays out over these pages with a surprise in every chapter. Don't miss this one - it is a definite keeper. The author does a fantastic job with these two main characters. You love them one minute and hate them the next.
Mary Lignor, Feathered Quill Reviews/Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Over the past week, my comments have appeared on two guest blogs:
and in an online interview: http://poesdeadlydaughters.blogspot.com/2011/12/dangerous-medicine-interview-with-larry.html. Thanks to my hosts.
Seattle Mystery Bookshop's debut signing is on December 17. Then, right after the holidays, it's off to California and Arizona to visit indie bookstores. Check out my schedule at http://www.larryschedule.blogspot.com/.
Reminds me of a tour I made a few years ago through the midwest (Apologies to Stephen Foster and Susanna).
I come from Mineap'lis, just a bat straight outa hell.
To make it down to Omaha, where books do seem to sell.
Then on to Kansas City, and then Lawrence and St. Loo.
And don't forget Peoria, Champaign-Urbana too.
Pro-mo touring! You fly, you drive, you run.
You write a book, you think you're through, but no - you've just begun.
Well, before the crocuses are up, I trust I'll be back to my usual routine, locking myself in a room all day with a bunch of imaginary people. Crocuses come up early in Seattle.