I’m happy to announce The Kill Club was released this month. It was a lot of fun writing this book and I hope you, the reader, have fun reading it. A bit of warning. The Kill Club has a lot of violence in it and over-the-top gore. If you enjoy that sort of thing (like I do) then you should have a lot of fun with this book.

The next Rebecca Watson crime thriller, Minutes to Midnight is still due to be released October 31st. I thought it befitting to be released on Halloween since her debut novel was also released on this day, four years ago. Many of you have waited a long time for her and I’m so happy she’s back. I appreciate you sticking around and waiting But I assure you, it won’t take four years to write the next one. Just so you know, the next two Rebecca Watson crime thrillers are in the works and will be released in 2023. The titles are Dead Girl Under the Leaves and Cold.

If you think you’ve missed one of my books, I’ve provided a list of everything I’ve ever published. All my books are available in eBook and as paperback. 

Mark Wheeler Crime Thriller

Things Left Behind

Whisper Creek

Rebecca Watson Crime Thriller

Stone Cold

Minutes to Midnight (Release Date October 31)



The Kill Club

Couch Detective Series

Couch Detective

Couch Detective 2


The Ultimate Chief Petty Officer Guidebook

And remember, when you pre-order my eBooks, you get them the moment they are released, and you help me make informed decisions on what to write next. A pre-order also tells me you like the characters which encourages me to work faster. I can’t put into words how much the support of readers like you motivates me to keep pushing out stories. Again, I want to thank my readers for your support. Your reviews and feedback on my books are priceless.

Thanks much.

James Glass


James Glass retired from the United States Navy after 22 years of service. After retiring, he exchanged his rifle for a pen. He and his family moved back to the Florida Panhandle. He’s married and has two children. James is also the President of the Panhandle Writer's Group.

2 thoughts on “July Newsletter

  1. Trish

    This new book sounds right up my alley!

    1. James

      Thanks, Trish.

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