The New Mystery Novel is Out

For those who wonder if a science fiction writer can turn out a decent mystery series, here’s a review excerpt of the just-released CAT ON A COLD TIN ROOF, third in the Eli Paxton series, from Publisher’s Weekly: “Good times ensue for fans of Cincinnati or old-school PI yarns or both.”

And from Kings River Life: “The genre-blending, award-winning author of numerous science fiction, fantasy, and mystery novels continues his streak of crafting unique characters, plots and places with his own distinct mark.”

And from “Cat on a Cold Tin Roof” is a quick and easy read filled with twists and turns that will keep you entertained and guessing from beginning to end. The characters are so believable you’d think they were your neighbors, friends, family. If you like your private investigators to be a little old fashioned (no computers, cell phones or GPS), smart, but with a sense of humor, then you’re in for a treat.”

And from “Mr. Resnick’s prose is so fluid and easy, you simply go along for the ride until the intricate and meticulously constructed plot keeps you glued to the page. The characters are very well developed, colourful and endearing, even those who would seem unlikely to fill the part. CAT ON A COLD TIN ROOF is the third book in the Eli Paxton Mysteries series; the author was new to me, and I’m very pleased to say that I am most definitely looking forward to the next book in the series!”

Not bad for its first couple of days of release.

The New Mystery Novel is Out

The New Mystery Novel is Out

About Mike

According to Locus, I am the all-time leading award winner, living or dead, for short fiction. I have won 5 Hugos (from a record 37 nominations), a Nebula, and other major awards in the USA, France, Japan, Spain, Croatia, Catalonia, and Poland. I'm and author of 74 novels, over 260 stories, and 3 screenplays, and the editor of 42 anthologies. My work has been translated into 27 languages. I am currently the editor of the Stellar Guild line of books, and Galaxy's Edge magazine.
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