SinatrEasterYep. That’s right. All you kids who haven’t yet gotten in on “the new face of Detective Fiction” can grab my oddboiled crime novel for your kindles for a solid single, today through March 31st!


Here are some words:

“Hot Sinatra makes you feel like you’re rushing through the exciting world of private detectives, mafia justice, Irish rockers and vintage Sinatra. I couldn’t put it down because I simply wanted more… There are very few living authors who have made me literally laugh out loud, and Axel Howerton’s witty and sarcastic style promptly placed him into that category. The clever turn of phrase had me reading passages out loud to my wife, who remained thoroughly annoyed that I chose to interrupt her reading with mine.” – Falcon Storm Books

“…sizzles hotter than bacon!” – Red Tash, author of Troll or Derby

“Axel Howerton has a book chock full of interesting and nuanced characters rendered so real that I truly missed their presence after I closed the book. Without resorting to Grafton-esque detailed descriptions of the characters I could visualize them with ease, a product of the word choices of the author, who injects such life into their dialogue. It makes it a quick read, as the pace is almost a sprint- the book positively swings like Ol’ Blue Eyes did in his heyday.” – Amazon review

“Howerton manages to breathe new life into the neo-noir/gumshoe genre… Snappy dialogue, fun characters and a no frills writing style made this a blast to read.” – Escoe Allen

“Hot Sinatra will have you stealing away to read when you’re supposed to be working, writing, teaching. I loved this book. It was gonzo, the leading man was sexy as hell (which surprised me, frankly, as I am generally not turned on by fictional characters), and it was filled with music and love and coffee and music and adventure and music and pain and hookers and drugs and I think there was a bit in there about a Frank Sinatra record…” – Busymom


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