The Chronicles of Johnny Blake's (Romance-Murder-Mystery-Suspense Thriller) Book Series

Welcome to my second blog post

In this post, I would like to tell how The Chronicles of Johnny Blake's book series got started.

Back in 1994, I was waiting and waiting in the doctor's office, I thought next time I will pack a lunch, I started to read a crime book, He had to call my name twice I was really into the story. I took the book home to finish reading (don't tell anyone). When finished I thought, hell I can write a story like that, and I did. read it over hey this is good, I put it away and forgot about it. Now retried I found the story rewrote the episode for today's time, episode one Murder in Bay City, was born, and continue to write eleven more episodes. Two other episodes are available with amazon kindle. They are Bay City Murder on the East Side and Kidnapping in Bay City. The series is written in the style of MickeySpillane's Mike Hammer book and TV series. The series reads like a TV episode. My writing has been compared to the author Mark Twain. Put authors Mark Twain and Mickey Spillane's writing styles together

and what do you have? Answer a very good read. For more info on this amazing book series please visit ( Thank you Author John Hynes

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