Edward D. Webster
Detective fiction in the era of Trump
If you’re astounded by claims of pedophiles running the government, the thought of micro-chips doing the backstroke in vaccines, and the belief that the earth is truly flat, wait till you meet Stan and Bud. The two detectives argue over everything crazy or sane, while trying to solve multiple missing persons cases that span two decades. Along the way they encounter Covid-19, preachers claiming holy healing magic, a man who channels his deceased canine, a brush with January 6 madness and a body or two residing at the bottom of a mine pit in Navajo country, New Mexico. – And, despite the chaos, a sweet romance.
Books by Edward D. Webster
American Nonsensical: A unique, original, supremely entertaining mystery with sharp sleuthing and a lot of heart…
The Prairies Book Review
Extraordinary, compelling, and with an impressive attention to historical detail and character development, "Soul of Toledo" is an absorbing read from beginning to end, and highly recommended for community library Historical Fiction collections.
Midwest Book Reviews
...loved, loved Edward Webster's descriptions and how he explained the imagery around Viçente. Viçente is such a strong human character ... not an epic hero, but a human who falls in love and makes mistakes.
Readers Favorite Book Review
Ed Webster's writing is crisp, penetrating, and relevant.
Jose Angel Ramirez – Author of Reflections of The Distant Fires
Webster’s writing is assured, and he takes great care to draw his flesh-and-blood, humane characters. This is a must read for fans of literary fiction
The Prairies Book Review
RECOMMENDED. This is an intriguing story that explores the capacity of good, evil, and everything in between that exists within the human race.
An original and deftly crafted novel by an author with a genuine flair for originality and the kind of narrative driven storytelling that completely engages the reader's total attention from first page to last, "Carlos Crosses The Line: A Tale of Immigration, Temptation and Betrayal in the Sixties" is an extraordinary and unreservedly recommended addition to community library Contemporary General Fiction and Hispanic American Fiction collections.
Midwest Book Review, February 2021
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