Saturday, January 3, 2015

The Sgt. Dunn novels photo gallery now on Pinterest!

I created a photo gallery for the Sgt. Dunn novels on Pinterest. In the gallery (boards), you'll find photos of places and things from the books. You'll find four boards, one for items that are common to all books, and then one board for each book for items specific to that book (or first show up in that book).

It took me longer than expected to get the widget working on this blog, mostly because evidently I need to read the instructions a little more closely. Turned into a sort of "duh" moment. Feeling more than a little sheepish, since I am an IT professional. Don't try this at home, folks!

On the plus side, it was quite a bit of fun gathering the photos. 

Thanks for stopping by today.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Happy New Year!

Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year!

I wrote the first sentence for the fourth Sgt. Dunn novel (sd4) tonight. Wanted to get it started in 2014, and it is only four days after publishing the third Sgt. Dunn novel, Brutal Enemy (12/27/14).


Sunday, December 28, 2014

The new Sgt. Dunn novel, Brutal Enemy published! Available on Amazon.com.

The third Sgt. Dunn novel, Brutal Enemy, is now available for Kindle! 


Description

The third book in the popular Sgt. Dunn World War II action thriller series picks up right where book two, Behind German Lines, left off.

Colonel Frank Rogers, an American intelligence officer on the planning staff for the impending invasion of southern France, goes missing in northwest Italy. Sgt. Tom Dunn, recalled from his honeymoon, and his squad of lethal U. S. Army Rangers are tasked with the impossible: find and rescue the missing colonel before he is captured and gives up vital invasion intelligence.

Meanwhile, British Sergeant Malcolm Saunders and his Commandos parachute into Italy north of the impenetrable Gothic Line in an attempt to deliver a crushing blow to the German supply line.

While Dunn and his men race across Italy in search of Rogers, the rescue operation takes an unexpected direction. Suddenly, Dunn comes face-to-face with the brutal evil permeating the Nazis from Berlin to the occupied countries.

In Brutal Enemy, Munsterman takes the reader on a terrifying journey into Nazi occupied Italy with his trademark page-turner pace.




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