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Jackson Street

We’re happy to announce the fifteenth Thomas Black is now available.

The Kindle version can be found here. The trade paperback version can be found here. If you’re shopping at Barnes and Noble it’s here.

In this caper Thomas Black once again finds himself in trouble.

In his 15th appearance in the multi-award winning Thomas Black mystery series, Thomas is ambushed by unknown assailants on a Washington State ferry, pitched overboard and left for dead in Puget Sound. Thomas suspects the attack may be linked to the police brutality suit he’s investigating for his attorney wife, Kathy. After he is rescued from the sound, things heat up when Thomas stumbles upon a mummy as a consequence of tailing a local businessman with ties to the mayor’s office. At first the mummy seems unrelated to his work or the attack on him, but the corpse is gradually linked to several players in the case, including, oddly enough, Kathy’s client. As Thomas continues to investigate, he begins to unravel a conspiracy of murder and racial animus dating back almost two decades.

5 Thoughts on “Jackson Street

  1. Kathleen Nelson on 15 December, 2017 at 2:05 pm said:


  2. Ordering it now!

  3. Dan Guyer on 22 December, 2017 at 9:17 am said:

    What happened to the Kindle version? No longer available on Amazon and your link doesn’t work.

    • This is in reply to both you and Bruce Richie. We’re going over the formatting one last time. The book should be back online after the first of the year.

  4. Just finished Jackson Street…what a ride! Certainly timely. Loved the descriptions of neighborhoods and places in this novel. Hope to see Emma in more stories in future. IMHO, the best Thomas Black adventure yet! Please keep writing them!

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