Midwest Book Review praises The Devil’s Chaplain as “thoroughly engrossing.”

In its May 2018 issue, Midwest Book Review, one of the most respected independent book review organizations, has published its review of The Devil’s Chaplain, praising the book as “powerfully wrought” and “thoroughly engrossing… a riveting story that hinges on clues so elusive that the tension is exquisitely drawn.” You can read the full review here. 

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POTLATCH on sale for 99 cents!

From now through Monday, April 9, you can buy the ebook edition of POTLATCH for only 99 cents on Amazon.com. This could be the funniest book you ever read!

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THE DEVIL’S CHAPLAIN is on Kindle Scout! Get your free ebook.

THE DEVIL’S CHAPLAIN is a legal thriller I’ve been working on for a long time. It has been selected by Amazon to be in their “Kindle Scout” program. Here’s how that works: They put the first 5000 words of the book online. You can read and/or download that excerpt and NOMINATE the book to be published by Amazon. If they publish it, and you nominated it, you will get a free ebook copy sent to you. Whether they publish it will depend on how many nominations it gets.

So PLEASE take a minute to view the excerpt and nominate the book – If you don’t have a Kindle, you can still nominate it. There’s no cost or risk to you, and you just might get a free copy. This will be a big help to me in getting Amazon to publish it. Here’s the URL:


Thanks very much!

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Goodreads giveaway of POTLATCH!

Until December 23 you can sign up for a chance to win a free signed paperback copy of POTLATCH: A Comedy. 

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Potlatch by Bruce Hartman


by Bruce Hartman

Giveaway ends December 23, 2017.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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Big Data is free this week!

From now through Saturday, July 15, you can download the ebook of BIG DATA IS WATCHING YOU! for free on Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk and other Amazon sites around the world. If you’ve ever wondered whether your phone is monitoring your movements for the benefit of Google (answer: yes), you might enjoy this satirical look at a future world that makes 1984 look positively inviting!

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