Readers of the Buck Reilly Adventure Series have a new novel to pack for end of summer trips with the release of SILVER GOODBYE. John H. Cunningham’s seventh novel in the acclaimed series finds Buck living comfortably at the La Concha Hotel in Key West and staying out of trouble for once in his life. However, there’s
From the book blog GREAT THOUGHTS. Word on the Street 4/28/17 Two wonderful books published on 4/25: Iris Johansen’s No Easy Target and John H. Cunningham’s Free Fall to Black. Love the hot Buck Reilly in Cunningham’s books! I’m in love with Mary Kay Andrews’ cookbook with comes out on Tuesday. How can anyone not love
A little Caribbean Country… John’s latest collaboration is with Dave McKenney on “Long View off a Short Pier.” Check out Dave’s new CD Back in Time.
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Listen to “The Ballad of Buck Reilly” release by Mailboat Records recording artist, Matt Hoggatt. Before becoming a national songwriting awards winner, viral YouTube subject, bourbon street performer and the focus of a Jimmy Buffett song, he was an Army soldier and a police detective from the Gulf Coast town of Gautier, Mississippi. Sound good
In the latest installment of Cunningham’s (Second Chance Gold, 2014, etc.) adventure series, Buck Reilly dodges bullets and faces off against kidnappers while searching for Jamaican treasure. Buck lost a bid for a Port Royal salvage site in Jamaica, but his ex–business partner, Jack Dodson, won it. Jack’s subsequent search for treasure there, hidden centuries
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes John on #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his literary journey, the success of his character Buck Reilly and his book MAROON RISING. Listen to it here.
Cunningham’s winning debut, a modern-day thriller with a Key West hero, will make readers welcome the prospect of additional Buck Reilly adventures. Reilly has come down in the world since the failure of e-Antiquity, his Internet auction site; instead of gracing the cover of the Wall Street Journal, he now struggles to run his new