Sunday, April 14, 2013

Five crime thriller ebooks to check out!

I've got a lot of different type of ebooks out: crime thrillers, horror, suspense, charming lighthearted mysteries, and short story collections. Today I'll be talking about my crime thrillers.

Serpent's Tail has put out the 3rd book in my 'man out of prison' noir series, KILLER, currently $5.99 on Amazon. Publisher's Weekly said of KILLER: "Spare prose and assured pacing place this above most other contemporary noirs."

Serpent's Tail has put out my explosive crime heist novel, OUTSOURCED, currently $5.99 on Amazon. NPR's Fresh Air said of OUTSOURCED: "a dark gem of a story...a macabre delight to read". OUTSOURCED is currently in film development by Impact Pictures.
 
BAD THOUGHTS and BAD KARMA were originally published as hardcovers by Five Star, and I've put them both together as THE SHANNON NOVELS for $4.99. Edgard-winner Steve Hamilton said of BAD THOUGHTS: "Dark, brutal, captivating -- this is one hell of a book, the kind of book that doesn't let go of you once you start it. Dave Zeltserman is clearly the real deal.", while Bookgasm called BAD KARMA "top-notch P.I. reading."

My first novel, FAST LANE, was originally published by Point Blank Press in 2003, and I've made it available now for $3.99. This is a pretty wild one, and is not at all what it appears. Ken Bruen said of FAST LANE: "For those of us who believed Jim Thompson would never be equaled, great tidings, he's back in the form of Dave Zeltserman. Hilarious in the darkest fashion, violent, bitter, psychotic and unputdownable.

Overlook Press has made A KILLER'S ESSENCE (currently in film development by Braven Films) available for $10.99. The Boston Globe said of A KILLER'S ESSENCE: "Zeltserman’s lean but muscular style, so evident in “Killer’’ and “The Caretaker of Lorne Field,’’ is just as sharply honed here. His ability to juggle Green’s story and Lynch’s, develop a riveting murder mystery, and even mix in some Brighton Beach ex-KGB sleazeballs, all in less than 250 pages, is a pretty neat page-turning trick."


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