Can you look back and pinpoint the one event that changed your whole life? Jack can. He was on his way to be an artist—or a doctor, one of those—but the events of one week tossed his whole life upside down, made him a criminal, got him determined crazy, and established his predilection for “rescuing” women in distress. What a week! It was terrible for Jack, but good for me and my readers, because it set Jack on the path to all his crazy adventures.
My Trexlor books don’t have to be read in order, but if you haven’t read any of them, start with this one, because this is the one that sets the baseline and opens the questions. And this week, The Crazy Jack is discounted to 99 cents at Amazon. Just so you know, though, it is very brooding and dark, with an ending so unhinged you will never forget it.
Also, if you read the book, please leave a brief review at Amazon. It looks like Amazon’s overaggressive review purge left The Crazy Jack with no reviews. That won’t do. People have a hard time trusting books without reviews, and most promotion websites won’t even list a book with no reviews. Posting a few (or more) reviews would be very helpful, and I’d genuinely appreciate it.