Killer Nashville Writers' Conference
Writers who want to attend the Killer Nashville Writers' conference (August 18-21), but may not have the financial means to go can enter the Lisa Jackson Scholarship (deadline July 1st) or the Jimmy Loftin Memorial Scholarship (deadline July 31).
The Chessman now in Paperback
The Worldwide Suspense imprint of Harlequin purchased the mass market paperback rights for The Chessman, which came out in April of 2016.
Jeff's Killer Nashville guest blog is titled Make Crime Pay - Mining Memories and Other Scar Tissue, but it's really about lost love, stolen cars, and getting punched in the face.
Jeff was delighted to be one of the winners in the ThrillerFest 2015 Best First Sentence Contest.
Special Agent Drew Cady is on the mend, both physically and emotionally, as he works on the FBI’s Medicare Fraud Strike Force in Minneapolis. Chasing white collar criminals is a far cry from hunting serial killers and Cady basks in the glow of his newer, more laid-back lifestyle, that is, until a young woman’s body possessing a most-disturbing characteristic is pulled from Lake Superior. And if being ordered to investigate this case isn’t bad enough, Cady’s former boss—Assistant Director Roland Jund—has killed a fellow agent and stands accused of being a spy. Now Agent Cady must draw upon every last bit of experience he has to clear his friend’s name while at the same time ensuring that no more innocent lives are extinguished by a sadistic killer with a taste for blood.
The Lynchpin is at a bookstore near you . . . .
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Jeff's mystery/thriller, The Chessman (a serial killer is in hot pursuit of his own copycat), was listed by Publishers Weekly as one of the best new books for the Week of May 21, 2012.
Burton delivers an outstanding serial killer thriller that will impress even seasoned practitioners of this subgenre.
—Publishers Weekly (A Starred Review)
That's the barebones outline of Minnesotan Jeffrey Burton's terrific mystery, The Chessman, made up of a lot of moving parts the author brings together masterfully.
—St. Paul Pioneer Press
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