I have officially gone over to the dark side.
Well, a little bit ...
Okay, behold the official flackery for my most recent novel, the ebook Bristlecone.
“Old age and treachery overcomes youth and skill every time.”
When a long-retired couple of black-bag assassins are pulled back into the game, it's only a matter of hours before there's a body in their quiet back yard.
Much against their desires, Hull and Khadra find themselves facing Milos, an old nemesis from decades past whose plans could mean the deaths of millions.
Hull and Khadra have lost a few steps; but, despite being qualified for A.A.R.P. membership, they are far more experienced and still better-suited to deal with Milos than the young operatives at the secret agency known only as The Department.
In Bristlecone, Steve Perry, New York Times Bestselling co-author of Tom Clancy's Net Force series, offers a tale of spies and assassins, old grudges, and a fast-ticking clock of looming epidemic violence ...
This is going to be available as an ebook only, unless NYC hammers down my door and starts shoveling money at me.
You can get it at Smashwords, for assorted kinds of viewing -- should be something everybody with a reader or computer can view.
Apple iBooks now has it available on for the iPad, and in theory, so will B&N for the Nook, and Amazon.com for the Kindle.
Buy a copy now! Baby needs a new iPad ...