Bambi Sommers, author of “The Firebird” series

My Firebird duo is a rock and roll romance. Book 1 finds Firebird’s lead, Soldier, wanting to lay roots and open a recording studio. While looking for a place to call home, he unexpectedly encounters the woman with whom he compares all others. At last he hopes to explain why he left, but she throws him out. Now he’ll have to do the only sensible thing and buy the house directly across the street!

Mark Lyons, author of “Only In Florida: Mosquito Lagoon”

manager is accused of the deed. When it is revealed that the dead woman was suffering from rabies and had a very short life expectancy, Mike is drawn to the case. He is able to clear his own name easily, but by that time he had uncovered clues that he couldn’t ignore. Attempts on his life gave him much greater reason to figure out plot than just to get his job back.

Clay Mercer, author of “Natural Born Crazy”

Natural Born Crazy is the third book in my ‘Crazy’ trilogy. The trilogy features the customs and idiosyncrasies of Southern Culture in the modern era. Natural Born Crazy focuses on how family members react to the death of a ne’er do well relative whose most notable characteristic is his reputation for con games, scams, and borrowing money.

Wade Cox, author of “Bootleg Spirits”

#YourNextBeachRead is a way to introduce you to a new author and their works in the hopes that you'll find the next book you want to take with you to the beach, the pool, or the comforts of air conditioning. Today's featured author is Wade Cox, author of Bootleg Spirits. What's your name and where … Continue reading Wade Cox, author of “Bootleg Spirits”

Michael Lawrence Cohen, author of “Karieth”

Karieth is a Gothic Mystery-thriller, based on the 16th Century Welsh myth of the Cyhyraeth. It begins with a feverish nightmare; the brutal slaying of a young innocent woman … dead but refusing to die. Driven by vengeance, Karieth can become any woman, at any time, or her own horrific apparition This suspenseful and gripping tale moves forward three-hundred years to the murky back streets of Victorian London.