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Where are the books?

Starting January 1, 2015, a change in tax law will make it impractical for me to sell directly to my readers.

At the moment, I've kept the book pages up with the book info and excerpts, and replaced my direct buy links with links to Amazon and other e-tailers.

I'm hesitant to take down JCP Books entirely, since I've created many exclusive free ebooks that can only be found here. In the near future I'll reorganize to make those items easier to find.

Right now, the hottest free goodies are:

Thaw AudiobookThaw Audiobook

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Find Among the Living and Criss Cross in audio too!

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I’m the last guy in the world who cares about sports, whether we’re talking about the Cubs, Sox, Bulls or Bears, or for that matter anything even remotely athletic. So I was a little surprised when Jacob suggested that we take a trip downtown to go ice skating. But nowhere near as surprised as he was when I told him I thought it was a great idea.

What Jacob didn’t know was that I’d played pee-wee hockey the winter I was eleven. (I didn’t give a rat’s ass about hockey. I had a crush on the goalie.) And what I didn’t know was that the ice rink would look so cool after sunset. All the bare trees along Michigan Avenue had been wrapped in white Christmas lights, and the whole Chicago skyline blazed behind them. Millennium Park was insanely cold, but it was gorgeous.

Jacob must have figured out that I could skate before we even got out on the ice. Not only is he smart that way, but I’m about as easy to read as a billboard. Even so, he still spent more time checking me out than he did enjoying the scenery. It’s weird, the way he stares. He doesn’t stop when I catch him at it. He just smiles a little.

Thaw is also available as a free ebook!


Stroke of Midnight

Stroke of Midnight

Series: PsyCop #3.1
Length: Short Story - 2400 words - 10 page PDF
Cover artist: Jordan Castillo Price - see larger cover

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Summary

Jacob Marks has noticed that crimes are committed whether or not he happens to have a social engagement on the agenda. Date another PsyCop, and the likelihood of having a successful night out are cut in half.

Of course Jacob feels sorry for the poor sap in the Fifth Precinct who's been shot. But did he have to go and get himself offed on New Year's Eve?

Stroke of Midnight is set between books 3 & 4 in the PsyCop series. It is not a standalone story.

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It had seemed like a good idea at the time. Famous last words, I know. But originally we would’ve had four hands to carry the six-pack of microbrew and the sub platter. Then we got a call (okay, Vic got a call). There was a body, and he had to go…which left me by myself trying to figure out how to ring the doorbell. I could’ve knocked on it with my foot, but I really wasn’t in the mood to hear SWAT team jokes for the rest of the night. I really wasn’t in the mood to be there at all anymore, but it seemed better than sitting alone in that minuscule apartment with a platter full of subs.

I managed to connect my elbow with the doorbell, and pretty soon a silhouette filled the frosted glass window. I hoped it was Manny. That surprised me. Keith might have been the one I’d known forever, but Manny had an easygoing way about him that Keith had never managed. Sure, Keith tried, or maybe he just tried to fake it, but all those bitchy remarks he made and then later claimed to be “just kidding” about, all the backhanded compliments and derisive eye-rolls—they added up. The front door opened. Keith. “Oh, here, let me get that.”

He wrangled the platter through the door, then did a sudden stop as I mounted the single stair so he could peer over my shoulder. “Where’s this Victor person we’ve been hearing so little about? Parking the car?”

“He got called in. You’ll have to make do with me.”

 

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Length: 66 page PDF
Cover artist: Jordan Castillo Price

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Allow me to brag a little--the tiny jpgs of the cover art for my books just don't do the artwork justice!

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