Rosé in Saint Tropez
Rock star Will Baker is vacationing with family in the South of France. Things heat up when his older brother arrives with his new girlfriend, who just happens to be the love of Will’s life.
An experimental brain implant has freed college freshman Jamie Pepper from the symptoms of early-onset Parkinson’s disease. Curiously, while his body is under his command, his mind may be out of control.
Mike Attebery grew up in Farmington, New Mexico and Madison, Connecticut. He is the author of the Brick Ransom thrillers Billionaires, Bullets, Exploding Monkeys; Seattle On Ice; and Bloody Pulp. His other books include On/Off, Rosé in Saint Tropez, and Chokecherry Canyon. He lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife and daughter.
Mike is currently at work on a new four-book series.
Like the secret love child of Dirty Harry and Martha Stewart, Brick Ransom is a cop with a taste for fine dining and zero patience for slovenly deadbeats and criminal scum. The first book in the Brick Ransom series, Billionaires, Bullets, Exploding Monkeys, introduces Brick in his later years, when he is part of a task force responding to a hostage situation at a Seattle university. Seattle On Ice and Bloody Pulp take us back to the beginning, following Brick from the start of his career in law enforcement. The Brick Ransom books are offbeat thrillers, chock-full of suspense, humor, and over-the-top action. To read the very first Brick Ransom story for free, please sign up for the mailing list.
Mike’s other books include On/Off, a literary and psychological college romance; Rosé in Saint Tropez, a romantic comedy set in the South of France; and Chokecherry Canyon, a mystery of greed and politics in the American Southwest.
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