What others are saying:
“An edge-of-the-chair plot in prose that reads like satin, with a nails-tough hero who still has time for introspection.”
-Donna Fletcher Crow, author of A Darkly Hidden Truth, The Monastery Murders
“I loved Deadly Additive! In this wonderfully written story, Donn Taylor offers up a perfect blend of suspense, intrigue, humor, romance, and inspiration. I savored every page and didn’t want it to end.”
-Ann Tatlock, award-winning author of Traveler’s Rest
“Donn Taylor continually thrusts his two leading characters into impossible situations, but their escape is always believable. His characters are well drawn, authentic. You find yourself physically trying to help them out of a certain-death trap. I recommend it without reservation.”
-James Callan, award-winning author of Cleansed by Fire
“…reached the level of making me forget I was reading. It was an intellectual action novel with likable characters…reminded me of Tom Clancy's novels.”
–author Rose Munevar on Goodreads
Sounds good to us! Want to take a peek?
Opener from Chapter 1:
By habit, Jeb Sledge disapproved of people who pointed weapons at him. The present offender’s tuxedo did not qualify him for an exception, and the silencer on his pistol only aggravated the offense…
View the video book trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doMqtrIKOMw&feature=youtu.be
Preview Deadly Additive and other suspense novels on Donn’s Web site: www.donntaylor.com.
A bit about the author:
Donn Taylor led an Infantry rifle platoon in the Korean War, served with Army aviation in Vietnam, and worked with air reconnaissance in Europe and Asia. Afterwards, he completed a PhD degree at The University of Texas and taught English literature (especially Renaissance) at two liberal arts colleges. His novels The Lazarus File and Rhapsody in Red have received excellent reviews, and he has also authored Dust and Diamond: Poems of Earth and Beyond. He is a frequent speaker at writers’ conferences such as Glorieta and Blue Ridge. He and his wife live near Houston, Texas, where he continues to write fiction, poetry, and articles on current topics. His Web site is www.donntaylor.com.