All posts tagged: Charles Salzberg

Author scoop ~ Chatting Moments With Charles Salzberg!

It’s a tour stop!     I book blog for JKS Communications occasionally, so when Swann’s lake of Despair first caught my eye, I thought, why not interview the author behind this book? I published a review of Lake of Despair yesterday. You can read it here. In the meanwhile, let’s get to know Charles a little more than what his bio offers. Join us below.   Me: Hello Charles! Honored to have you visit To Be A Person. Please tell us something informal about yourself. And, Coffee or tea? Charles: I’m a writer and I teach writing and I live in New York City. I don’t have a dog or a cat or a goldfish or even a plant, but I live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan (I was born and raised in New York City, but on the East Side) and there are plenty of dogs and cats and even grass and trees. I began wanting to be a fiction writer, but when I saw I couldn’t make a decent living …

Virtual Blog Tour & Book Review ~ Swann’s Lake of Despair by Charles Salzberg

About the Book MISSING PHOTOS, A MISSING DIARY AND A MISSING WOMAN: THREE MYSTERIES CONVERGE IN NEW THRILLER Award-winning novelist Charles Salzberg releases ‘Swann’s Lake of Despair’ Oct. 22 NEW YORK CITY – Where mystery lurks, detective Henry Swann is not far behind. The offbeat private investigator is back in “Swann’s Lake of Despair,” award-winning author Charles Salzberg’s newest installment in his successful mystery series. This time, Swann is charged with solving three challenging cases when rare photos of bombshell Marilyn Monroe, a scandalous diary and a beautiful woman all disappear. Salzberg’s latest book comes out Oct. 22, 2014. The story takes off with an offer for Swann to team up with his careless, unreliable frenemy Goldblatt. The disbarred lawyer-turned-“facilitator” would provide the leads and muscle, while Swann would do all the fancy footwork. A missing diary penned by a free-loving jazz flapper is worth enough to someone that Swann takes a beat down on an abandoned boardwalk. Pilfered photos propel him deep into the past of an alcoholic photographer, his wife; and he’s hired …