It’s time to unveil the cover and title of the fourth full-length Lexy Cooper novel! Gentle readers, behold…Glitched (Lexy Cooper #4). The cover art is by Brett Parson (aka Blitzcadet) cover-er of all Lexyness. This novel is coming in early Spring 2015. You can add it to your “To-Read” list right now on Goodreads.
Lexy’s “Uncle Mike” has his own book–the first in a trilogy–and it’s out today! Summer Wind follows Malick’s investigation into the murder of a grunge-era rock star. Is Lexy Cooper in this book? Yep, after the events in Griefed, she’s sleeping on Malick’s sofa and burning his bacon. She appears a few times, but this isn’t her story–it’s all Mike. Anyone else in it from the Lexy books? Yep, Cricket Yi, Mark Rogers, Ludwick, Barnes, and forensic investigator Kari Hertzberg are all an essential part of the high-profile murder case. If you’ve read The Sleepless Nanny (Christa Charter’s first novel), a handful of those characters appear in Summer Wind. So, Summer Wind is Mike Malick #1 and also Lexy Cooper 3.5 and The Sleepless Nanny #2. You can pick up the eBook on Amazon right now, and the paperback will follow in early 2015.
Cover art by Brett Parson a.k.a. Blitz Cadet. Inspired by classic film noir posters.
School’s back in session and Lexy’s ready to teach a lesson in sex, murder and video games. Download the first Lexy Cooper book absolutely FREE through Saturday, September 6.
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Lexy’s older brother appears in Schooled, Pwned, and Griefed.
“Kent pushed back from the desk and stood up, cracking his knuckles then his neck. He had spent his thirty-two years sitting in front of a screen and as a result his physique resembled the letter O. “All right. It’s clean now. I’ve installed some hefty anti-spy and anti-virus software so do not muck around with the firewall settings. And for Christ’s sake, you need to back your stuff up. I gave you a two-terabyte external drive for Christmas—use it.”
“Yeah, yeah. Thanks, bro.”
He disliked hugs, but he got one any way. She tried to hand him some cash, but he refused it. Kent worked for their dad at Cooper Comics and lived with him above the store. He never went out, never bought new clothes, and drove a 1992 Honda Civic. He spent all of his money on high-powered electronics, comic collectibles, and traveling to comic book conventions.” – Griefed, Chapter 24