Comic Excitement Convention Table #311 Los Angeles Convention Center January 14-15, 2017
Comic Excitement Convention (www.comicexcitement.com) is for fans of any of the following: comic books, cosplay, anime, horror, science fiction, aviation, and space exploration.
It will be held on Saturday, January 14, 2017 (from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM) and on Sunday, January 15, 2017 (from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM) at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Genius Book Publishing will be there (table number 311) selling several of our titles. Our publisher, Steven W. Booth, will also be selling original oil paintings with both aviation and horror themes.
Hunted Limited Edition Hardcover
We are pleased to announce the creation of a limited, signed, hard cover edition of Hunted: The Zodiac Murders. These beautiful first editions are available for shipping now. Please visit the Hunted book page for more information.
Broken Samurai Audiobook Coming Soon
The audiobook of Broken Samurai has been submitted to ACX and is pending approval from their technical team. We will link to it as soon as it is available for sale.
Hunted Audiobook January 2017
Our next audiobook, Hunted: The Zodiac Murders, will be launching some time in January 2017. Read by Mark Redfield, this audiobook will be available from Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. Check back here for more news.
Sion Michael came to Rhodesia to fight someone else's war. He and his elite team were given a single task: find the madman who called himself the Butcher Bird, and stop him. Sion knew the task would be almost impossible. He never expected it to be this personal.
The hottest topic in true crime research today, the Zodiac is America’s most enigmatic serial killer. No serial killer has done more to capture the public’s imagination since London’s Jack the Ripper carved up 5 helpless prostitutes in 1888.
Mark Hewitt's series on the Zodiac serial killer painstakingly examines the murders (HUNTED, 2016), the evidence (PROFILED, 2017), and the Zodiac killer himself (EXPOSED, 2018).
Danny joined the Marines after high school, and they shipped him to Vietnam. Two weeks later, he was caught in the worst fighting of the Tet Offensive. He survived, but in many ways, the old Danny died at Khe Sanh. When he returned home, Danny couldn't leave the war behind. So he did the only thing he could. He kept fighting.