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New York Times best-selling author John Locke holds a Guinness World Record for eBook sales and is the international best-selling author of 38 books in six different genres. He is the 8th author in history to have sold one million eBooks on Kindle, which he achieved in only five months. Locke has had four books in the top ten at the same time, and eight books in the top 43 at the same time, including #1 and #2. Foreign rights to his books have been purchased by the world’s top publishers. Translations include Russian, Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Hungarian, and Lithuanian, with more on the way.
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In addition to each other, Callie and Creed have dreams. Creed’s is to retire and live in a scenic lake house. Callie’s is to romance a local hot mom. The same hot mom who happens to be the target of a creepy, dangerous stalker named Walter Develin.
“A quirky, hilarious romp featuring my favorite assassins, Donovan Creed and Callie Carpenter, with author John Locke pulling out all the stops.”
“John Locke’s A Woman Scorned is stuffed to overflowing with all the twists you could possibly hope for in a Donovan Creed novel!”
“Callie and Creed’s zany adventures would make the best TV series ever. Are you listening, Netflix?”
This is the lesson 28-year old Cameron Poole learns from her philandering husband, Jake, who readily admits he’s not likely to win any Husband of the Year awards. The question Cameron must answer is this: now that she knows what Jake’s been up to, what’s she going to do about it?
“If I ever catch my husband cheating on me, I’m calling Cameron Poole!”
“Forget the tired, worn-out vigilante stories where a gang rapes and kills the hero’s wife, kills his kids and his dog, and the hero tracks them down one-by-one and murders them (yawn!) Locke’s latest novel is next-level revenge from the female perspective: cunning, diabolical, and delicious.”
“Locke is such a prolific writer it seems like years since his last book. Thankfully, he’s back, and in excellent form. Sweet Cameron Poole is the nicest person ever. Until she isn’t.”
“John Locke’s new novel has more action in the Prologue than you’ll find in most best-selling books this year!”
“This is the book you’ll read on your summer vacation this year. The wild story and crazy characters will keep you laughing long after the ending. Like Saving Rachel and Wish List, Creed and Callie appear a bit later than I’d prefer, but I found them to be in rare form and well worth the wait. Sharp-eyed readers will remember Finn and the Deaf Hooker from a previous book. As for Miriam, what can I say except OMG! Locke has outdone himself.
“The Day Miriam Lost Her Sh*t! is beyond hilarious! The plot is John Locke at his brilliant best and the dialogue flies off the page. As always, Callie and Donovan are exquisite, as is the entire supporting cast. Buy it. Read it. Love it!”
“This book is so freaking funny! I laughed so often and loud my husband stomped out of our bedroom and slept on the couch! In any list of John Locke’s greatest hits, The Day Miriam Lost Her Sh*t! has to be top five.”
“Crazy, creepy, wildly inappropriate—I loved it!”
“Most of today’s authors give you all the excitement of a petting zoo.
John Locke gives you a three-ring circus, a roller coaster, six dancing
bears, and a parade!”
“I thoroughly enjoyed this demented, yet addictive book. Couldn’t put
it down. Worried what that says about me!”
“Lucky You! is how you’ll feel if this is your first John Locke novel
because after devouring this page-turner you’ll find at least 40 more
to keep you entertained for many weeks to come! My personal
favorites are the Donovan Creed and Emmett Love collections.”
“Best Creed book ever! A joy from start to finish.”
“Locke’s ability to make me turn the pages kept me up the whole friggin’ night. Damnit!”
“If you like Donovan Creed, you’ll love this kickass novel, The President’s Daughter. It’s Creed and Callie at their best. I loved it!”
“Like all John’s books, this one is smart, sassy, and keeps you guessing throughout. He lulls you into thinking you know what’s going to happen next, but you never do. And it’s not your fault. It just proves you’re sane, and he’s not. I see where readers are always asking how he comes up with this stuff. Personally, I don’t want to know!”
“Size Matters is so full of twists and turns and surprises I couldn’t have flipped the pages faster if you paid me! This novel surprised and delighted and kept me shaking my head time and again. Fans of Donovan Creed should be aware that he and Callie make a brief appearance that furthers their saga.”
“‘I’ve done bad things,’ says Allie McPherson, ‘but that doesn’t make me a bad person.’ Well, that’s one opinion!”
“This book is crazy! There are twists and turns on virtually every page! While I consider myself an expert on Locke novels, I have to admit he took me on a wild ride that made me guess wrong every single time.”
“Size Matters is a cross between Alfred Hitchcock and Quentin Tarantino. From start to finish I was shocked, surprised, and hopelessly entertained.”
“As an author, I find myself asking the same question Locke’s fans always ask: where does he come up with this stuff?”
“While 'Our Little Secret' represents a departure from most of Locke’s other novels, it is just as addictive and compelling. I finished it in one sitting!”
“In today’s literary world where so many authors trot out the same tired plot lines year after year, it’s refreshing to see John Locke continuing to craft highly original stories. 'Our Little Secret' will keep you guessing from start to finish.”
Obviously, you’re too afraid to stay in your home, so you spend the night in a hotel and by noon the next day you’ve finally calmed down enough to venture to the hotel lobby restaurant to grab a bite, and then a voice right behind you says: “Hello, Lindy,” and you nearly jump out of your skin because, of course, it’s him, the guy from last night, and…
"You know that feeling you get when you read the first few pages of a new book and instantly know you’re in the hands of a master story-teller? 'Sorority Girl' is like that."
"John Locke leads you down a path filled with twists and turns and just when everything gets all serious he tosses in a scene like the coffee shop restroom and you find yourself wondering for the millionth time how he comes up with this stuff."
"Once again Locke kept me guessing throughout. And even though this novel is longer than some of his others, I read it just as quickly. In other words, in one sitting. And loved it!"
"When John Locke writes, I read. I don’t care what subject he chooses, or which series, I know I’m going to read it from start to finish. I keep saying “One more chapter” and then he one-more-chapters me all through the night."
Tinley Cooper—beautiful, ambitious, married, and desperate—needs a lot of cash in a short period of time. Turning to her Secret Admirer for help, she figured there might be some strings attached. As it turns out, they’re ropes!
“A highly-original, creepy, cat-and-mouse thriller from the unstable mind of John Locke.”
“Your Secret Admirer might be the most unputdownable novel Locke has ever published!”
“As fast-paced as any John Locke book, with more twists and turns than I ever expected.”
“If you read at night, as I do, you tend to read a few chapters, then look for a stopping place, so you can get some sleep. Your Secret Admirer has no such stopping point. It absolutely flies!”
Preliminary reviews: “I know this makes me appear insane, but all week I’ve burst into laughter at the most inappropriate times because of this book!” “I wanted to stop turning pages, but couldn’t!” “Vintage Locke: lightning-fast dialogue, crazy situations, insane twists and turns, and general craziness!”
Still in chains after serving twenty-eight months for a crime he didn't commit, former gunslinger and sheriff, Emmett Love, heads to Dodge City to find Gentry, the love of his life. What he finds instead is a ghost town, ravaged by the Civil War, and ten town widows who are determined to make him forget about his sweetheart.
New York Times Best Selling Author John Locke is the 8th author in history to sell more than 1 million books on Amazon/Kindle. His books sold more than 1,720,000 copies in 2011.