Archive for November, 2012

Legacy book 1: Forgotten Son

Posted in Books, Destroyer books, Legacy series on November 23, 2012 by sunnyjoedale

Forgotten Son is now available

Legacy #1: Forgotten Son

You can FINALLY buy your copy of the first book in the new series by Warren Murphy and Gerald Welch! Legacy IS LIVE!!!

And you didn’t even have to wait in line outside in the cold of Black Friday to get it! Just click ADD TO CART on the left side of the page!


Red the Riot Act (Red Menace #3)

Posted in Books, Jim Mullaney on November 2, 2012 by sunnyjoedale

The third book in Jim Mullaney’s Red Menace series is live at Amazon: Red the Riot Act.


There’s more than meets the eye when inmates riot in a West Coast maximum security prison. What could transform men into wild beasts? Turns out the dead prisoners are guinea pigs in a larger scheme, and Washington sends in the only two men who can deal with the sinister plot.

Patrick “Podge” Becket and Dr. Thaddeus Wainwright trace a trail of bodies to a crazy California cult whose demented leader welcomes all who seek truth. But enlightenment costs, mainly in the form of cold, hard cash into the bank account of failed writer and self-proclaimed High Star Admiral R. Gunn Hallifax.

Hallifax’s tall tales of out-of-this-world enemies have the gullible lining up in droves to join his church, and his disciples become an earthly army for their leader’s terrestrial aims. There’s nothing otherworldly about murder and mayhem. It’s up to the Red Menace and Dr. Wainwright to discover just what the cult has to do with the head honcho of a down-on-its-luck perfume company, a Russian hit squad, a sexy Hollywood superstar, and a threat to all America.

No matter what the stars have to say about it, here on Earth all the players quickly learn that even in the Golden State blood runs Red. Just like everywhere else.

Here’s a review by Tractor 45:

Jim Mullaney has done it again as this is the best one of his so far 3 book series. If any of you read his Destroyers then you will absolutely love the Red Menace and his mentor, the grumpy doctor. Full of fun and satire and very well written and just a flat out good read.