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More About the Author
He writes several series characters:
MATT KILE MYSTERIES (in the order of release): Who Murdered Garson Talmadge, The Original Alibi, Money & Murder, Find My Little Sister, and his newest release (October 12, 2015) The Maltese Pigeon.
MADDIE RICHARDS MYSTERIES (in order of release): The Beholder, and Death of a Bankster.
JACK McCALL MYSTERIES (in order of release): The Third Coincidence, and The Blackmail Club.
The stories within these series are independent, not continuing. They can be read in any order.
Some personal comments from David:
I was born in Washington, D.C. From there my life likely mirrored that of a lot of my readers. We moved around. I got some education. Played some sports, and got some more education. Prior to becoming a novelist, I worked as a financial analyst determining the value of companies. But let's talk about my current and final career, writing mystery novels.
As a writer, I conjure up occurrences designed to quickly bring the story to a roiling boil. Along the way, I invent people. Victims and villains and heroes are needed, as well as a supporting cast. I make these people fun and interesting so you will welcome them and introduce them to your friends. Primary characters need habits and tics and talents, the qualities that bring them to life and make you love them or hate them. You'll want to see them humiliated or hunted down, be sucessful or seduced.
My mysteries offer you the opportunity to be challenged to find the villain from among the suspects. Clues as large as a log or as tiny as a bump thereon are salted throughout the stories. There are distractions in the form of false clues, called red herrings, which point to someone other than the real villain.
Take a journey with me. Laugh. Hold your breath. Cheer. Boo. The characters are rich and the plots are grabbers. I promise that you'll be glad you came along. Some people don't like golf or chocolate or even a hearty laugh. But I'll bet you like some of those things and I'll bet you'll like my mysteries. Yours very truly, David Bishop
Top Customer Reviews
Finding the killer should take all of thirty seconds given that he's a crackpot whose political grievances are inconsistent and laughable, but the novel posits this loony toon as a serious threat to governmental institutions. Frankly, if it were that easy for deranged individuals with screwy political beliefs to kill important members of government, we wouldn't have a government. That murders of highly placed officials would continue to occur when those officials are under constant surveillance requires more credulity than I was able to muster.
I'm tired of thrillers that imagine the hero to be a personal friend of the president, particularly when they lead to inane dialog like this: "`I often think about those nights we spent in embassy kitchens eating your homemade ice cream,' the president said ....Read more ›
Thanks to Net Galley and Oceanview Publishing for giving me the chance to read a great book.
With a unique sort of twist I've come to expect from him, Bishop has a serial killer attacking members of the federal government. The police procedurals are all correct and very well done, as is the interaction between local cops and the Fed. I felt that the plot was excellent and completely believable. If people want to think it couldn't happen that way, they need to remember JFK, Bobby Kennedy, and Ronald Reagan, who were all shot in public places. That's to mention just a few victims. All in all, I think this is a top-notch book by a writer who knows what he's doing and does it really, really well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Assassination of Supreme Court justices and government financial officials. One man causing terror, lone wolf. Will held your attention until the last page. Read morePublished 3 months ago by TC
I read the books backward, but the way he writes, it made no difference. this guy is my new favorite. I missed green bay vs. denver cause I could not stop reading.......whewPublished 3 months ago by Anna Priscilla
Too much Washington detail, not enough character development. Main character is one dimensional in nature. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J B Bergstad
I loved this book. The story had just the right balance of intrigue, action, and romance to keep me coming back for more. I was sorry when the book ended. Read morePublished 4 months ago by houston
Pretty good story. The bad guy was supposedly quite intelligent, so I was expecting a more complex ending.Published 5 months ago by Paul
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