COMING SOON - LOOK FOR PAUL’S NEW BOOK:
Friend of the Quick Brown Fox and Other Essays
including some of the essays from his popular blog: OutofMyMind !
AVAILABLE NOW!!: new editions of Paul’s earlier books:
Accidents of Time and Place, and Mixed Freight: Checking Life’s Baggage.
Not just new covers (but that, too), these new editions are priced at just $9.95 in paperback, $2.99 on Kindle.
Now’s a great time to replace your worn copies, and a great opportunity to give these books as gifts.
Go to the links for these books, and tell ‘em "Paul said : send me a copy!"
*A government agent ends up face down in the woods behind his mountain hideaway . . .
*In a small, quaint town a minister leads his congregation in much more than worship and prayer . . .
*An honest man perpetrates a criminal act, and then buries all the evidence . . .
*A terrorist with a diabolical plot finds himself up against an unusual and formidable foe . . .
The intriguing perpetrators in these four stories of suspense and murder are unusual for different reasons. History, opportunity and circumstance all play a fascinating part in violent death . . . planned or accidental !
When death is suspicious, when those who cause it don’t fil any pattern or profile, you can’t just "round up the usual suspects."
The answer to "who" lies in finding out "why," and that can lead to unexpected results...
ACCIDENTS OF TIME AND PLACE
"ACCIDENTS OF TIME AND PLACE"
Paul’s first published novel (2007) :
A brutal war and political posturing……from a hillside in a war-torn country to Capitol Hill, accidents of time and place conspire to make Hector Collin a hero. Leaving behind the coal mines of his youth, he follows the life of a soldier, in peace and then in war. He rises above the rest, only to plunge into the depths of despair. He is an accidental hero, taking life as it comes, letting events drive him. That nearly costs him everything, including the woman he loves. Once acclaimed by his own generation, he is rejected by the people his honor makes him defend. Redemption, if it comes, lies in his decision to take charge of his life and go on. It is a different kind of heroism, one that must be deliberate, not accidental.
"Mixed Freight " is one man's metaphor for his life's journey from city boy to country gentleman. Novelist and film writer S Paul Klein brings his well-honed skills of observation and description to the world he has inhabited for three-quarters of a century. In this collection of essays he interprets society, politics, economics, the natural world and, of course, himself. Candid, humorous and imaginative, Klein's personal point of view makes up a mixed freight readers can carry on their own life's journey.
"The world continues to interest and amaze me, and I continue to discover truths in my observations and perceptions that I explore and explain through the stories I write."
PAUL KLEIN Writes
CHECKING LIFE'S BAGGAGE
Paul's latest book:
"OUT OF MY MIND"
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