Good Reads

Scott's books

The Catcher in the Rye
To Kill a Mockingbird
The Great Gatsby
Where the Sidewalk Ends
Animal Farm
Slaughterhouse Five
Of Mice and Men
A Tale of Two Cities
The Count of Monte Cristo
Under the Tuscan Sun
The Da Vinci Code
The Bourne Identity
Kiss the Girls
Into the Wild
Into Thin Air
The Fellowship of the Ring
The Hobbit
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone
Angels and Demons

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Monday, July 14, 2014

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Death in the Valley Posts Strong Sales

Wow, it's hard to believe but just 10 months in to my third published book, Death in the Valley sales are strong and I thank all of you out there who have come to my rescue. Just kidding, but I really do appreciate all of you who have purchased, or downloaded the book on your Nook or Kindle.

Here is a brief synopsis of the book:

Andrew Keane is back as lead detective for the Roanoke County Police Department, and he faces the worst serial murder case in Roanoke history. In this tense and suspenseful story, Andrew welcomes a new partner, confronts life and death family issues, and battles the demons of forbidden love, not to mention trying to conduct an investigation. Just a few months removed from his last case, one that nearly cost him his job and his life, Andrew tries to solve a series of murders involving high profile locals and the killings rock the Roanoke community. Faced with media and department pressure, Andrew and his new partner embark on a roller coaster case that involves strange relationships, unscrupulous land deals, and back door politics.

I hope you have an opportunity to purchase my new book, and I would love to hear your comments. You can post them here or on whichever site you purchase the book.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Jamestown: Journey Back in Time, Second Edition

Hey there, I just wanted to let you know that Jamestown: Journey Back in Time, Second Edition is now available.

I decided to revise the story I first published in 2007. I think this second edition adds a little spice that will lend itself to be more attractive to a young reader. I also added quotes to the beginning of every chapter to act as little themes for each chapter. It could make for lively classroom discussion as the teacher asks them to find a relation between the quote and the chapter.

Another item that was upgraded was the Study Guide. Teachers may find it helpful to use as a supplement for classroom instruction. And it's a real bargain given what other study guides can cost.

The links for each book is available here, I do so hope you check them out.