Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Showcase Mortal Dilemma H Terrell Giffin - Oceanview

Today I'm showcasing his newest Matt Royal novel, Mortal Dilemma. I had the privilege of interviewing him about his last novel, Chasing Justice HERE






















ISBN-13: 978-1608091744
Publisher: Ocenview
Release Date: 04/05/2016
Length: 416pp
Buy It: B&N/Amazon/Kobo/IndieBound



Overview

Jock Algren arrives on Longboat Key in a state of depression and hopelessness. His most recent mission for his secretive U.S. government intelligence agency has been disastrous and his friends Matt Royal and J. D. Duncan aren’t sure they’ll be able to pull him out of his despair—then the bad guys show up and danger erupts on all fronts.
Longboat Key Detective J. D. Duncan is investigating a cold case when the brother of the victim shows up on the island and complicates the investigation. A grizzled sailor—described by Matt as “the meanest man I’d ever known”—brings his boat into a local marina and bodies begin to accumulate. A Middle East jihadist intent on revenge locks on to Jock’s clandestine past, bringing a deadly chase to the last outpost in the continental U.S.—Key West. Three prongs of evil descend, clashing violently. How could all this malice be interconnected?


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Meet H Terrell:
H. Terrell Griffin is the award winning author of ten Matt Royal mysteries set on Florida's Suncoast. Prior to succumbing to his lifelong yen to write, he earned degrees in history and law from Mercer University and was a board certified civil trial lawyer based in Orlando for thirty-eight years. In his youth, Terry served three years in the U.S. Army, much of it as a medic in an Armored Cavalry regiment on the East German border.

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9 comments:

  1. This sounds really interesting!

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  2. Sounds exciting and intense! I didn't know about this series. Thanks!

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  3. I'm more interested in his cases when he was a lawyer. I'm sure there are tales that we can't even begin to imagine much less write about.

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  4. This sounds like a good thriller Debbie. I will take a closer look at some of his other books too.

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