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Tom Fowler is a mystery and thriller writer. He was born and raised in Baltimore and, even though he now lives in the DC suburbs of Maryland, still considers Baltimore his home. Tom’s stories feature plenty of action, snark, and flawed heroes.
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In my third thriller novel Lost Highway, John Tyler's daughter Lexi joins pop singer Alex Anne to sing the latter's hit song "Smile Through the Pain." I only ever provided the chorus because I am very much not a poet or songwriter. Recently, I hired someone to write...
I've moved up the release date of Night Comes Down, the 13th C.T. Ferguson crime novel. It will now come out on Thursday, November 10th in ebook form. Look for print editions around the same time. Reminder: you can read chapter 1 via this earlier post. As usual,...
“I hope things are back to normal tomorrow,” I said as we shrugged out of our coats.
“What if they’re not?” my wife asked.
“No idea,” I said, “but it’ll probably be chaos.”
Below is chapter 1 of my upcoming crime fiction novel Don't Say Her Name. It's the 12th entry in the ongoing C.T. Ferguson series. You'll find a link to preorder the book at the bottom. It's official release date is 7/26/2022. Text (c) 2022 by Tom Fowler Chapter One...
Four on the Floor, the fourth John Tyler thriller, releases on March 29, 2022. Below is chapter one of the book followed by a universal link to its sales pages. John Tyler watched over his daughter Lexi’s shoulder. “It’s just Excel, Dad,” she said as she entered a...
I'm doing something different this year. We'll be doing a "Twelve Days of Christmas" sale running into January. Starting on December 25th, I'll be running a sale on a different ebook. Each promotional price will be good through January 6th. After Epiphany, prices will...
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Hong Kong Dangerous: The best detectives aren’t born . . . they’re forged in the fires of their own mistakes. C.T. Ferguson has made his share.
But before he can get justice for the people of Baltimore, he has to survive a brutal Chinese prison.
Midnight Drive: It was an easy job until the client disappeared.
Now, John Tyler needs to get the smug tech executive back. He’ll need to deal with drug runners, his boss, and his very concerned teenaged daughter along the way.