Writer's Block

Writer s Block Maxx Watts is no stranger to murder As a Fort Worth homicide detective he has smelled death often But this murder was twisted A dead publisher lying face down on a bloodied manuscript the marble pap

  • Title: Writer's Block
  • Author: Mark W. Danielson
  • ISBN: 9780984604432
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • Maxx Watts is no stranger to murder As a Fort Worth homicide detective, he has smelled death often But this murder was twisted A dead publisher lying face down on a bloodied manuscript, the marble paperweight beside him labeled Writer s Block All evidence points to The Guillotine Press authors, but determining which one is only the beginning for Watts.

    One thought on “Writer's Block”

    1. "Writer's Block" took a little work to get into. I always have a hard time with writers writing about writers. It seems a little self indulgent or like a dream of what they hope for from their career. It's like watching actors play actors on TV, it's just a little weird.That being said, when Danielson concentrated on the mystery/suspense side of things, he did a very good job. It was enjoyable and overall I liked it.

    2. Looking forward to a good murder mystery and what better than "Writer's Block".Wondering if Mark W. Danielson had any blockage as he wrote this. ;-)

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