New Releases - march 2019
Black Rose Writing in the News
March 11, 2019 - Rick Treon’s article “Writer as Editor” featured in ITW’s The Thrill Begins.
March 1, 2019 - Black Rose Writing publishes book # 1,400 in its history.
February 26, 2019 - Andrew Cotto’s Cucina Tipica featured in Italy Magazine.
February 14, 2019 - Black Rose Writing is an official sponsor for Texas Frightmare Weekend 2019.
February 4, 2019 - Black Rose Writing matches author donations for PanCan in memory of author, John Scura.
February 2, 2019 - Fava by John Hazen selected as Best Thrillers “18 Best FBI Thriller Books” of all-time…
February 1, 2019 - Deep Background by Rick Treon featured in ITW’s The Big Thrill magazine!
January 31, 2019 - IndieReader’s Best Reviewed Books of January includes YouMap by Kristin Sherry.
January 29, 2019 - Cold Betrayal by A.J. McCarthy promoted as BookBub Featured New Release for Crime Fiction.
Mark Joseph is the New York Times best-selling author of five novels including the Cold War submarine thrillers To Kill the Potemkin and Typhoon, and the non-fiction cult classic Forbidden Fantasies: Men Who Dare to Dress in Drag with photographers Mike Phillips and Barry Shapiro. He is the former editor of San Francisco's New Deep City Press and Frisco Magazine. He lives in Northern California, not far from the headwaters of the Russian River. His latest novel, Monte Rio will be featured by BookBub on January 3, 2019.
Simon Grave and the Curious Incident of the Cat in the Daytime
by Len Boswell
“Boswell continues his genre-defying series in this ambitious adventure…” –PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY
Murder rocks the seaside town of Crab Cove, but to solve the crime, Detective Simon Grave must first deal with the curious incident of the cat in the daytime.
The Town with No Roads
by Joe Siple
When a woman begins finding notes from her comatose father, miracle fever takes over the town. This touching story explores the strength of a father’s love.
A miracle has come to Sparkling Pond, Minnesota.
One Hundred Below
by Adam Hoss
While stationed at a research facility in Antarctica, Dylan Alvarez investigates the bizarre murder of a scientist at the South Pole.
It goes without saying that anyone looking for work at the South Pole is trying to escape something. Haunted by a traumatic episode in his past, Dylan Alvarez seeks a fresh start at Sputnik Station, a research facility held…
by Michelle Rene
In a time when hardship and famine rule the country, one boy finds an oasis of magic and the strength to fight for it.
The Dust Bowl uprooted a lot of families and orphaned even more children. No one knows this better than Nat, a teenager who rides the rails from town to town looking for work.