NEWS AND EVENTS
Phil has a new collection of his short stories out, about a dangerous lady, a magical child, an ingenious hit man, a love rediscovered, a vicious biker gang, a threat from space, and a mischievous voice, plus ten other intriguing tales. Several of these yarns have been published previously in national magazines, including Phil's award-winning version of the Stephen King story, "The Cat from Hell."
Dagger and other tales is available as an e-book from Amazon.com.
All three novels in the John Hardin series are available online as print or e-books.
Phil is doing signings throughout 2012 in various North Carolina stores. Please watch for him to appear in your home town store.
He's working on a stand-alone novel and he's available to speak on writing.
PRAISE FOR THE JOHN HARDIN SERIES:
Publisher Helen Rosburg said of GUNS, "Absolutely first rate. Outstanding read."
Publishers Weekly said of GUNS, "Bowie did the homework to distinguish his History-of-Violence-style plot."
Reviewer Ken Gruebel in the New Bern Sun-Journal called GUNS, "A fine debut novel from a gifted writer."
U.S. Marine John N. stationed at Cherry Point, said, "Bought GUNS, and let me tell you, if that was your first, don't let it be your last."
GUNS ALSO TOOK HONORABLE MENTION AT THE LONDON BOOK FESTIVAL
Romantic Times called DIAMONDBACK, "A combustible mystery with twists galore."
Reviewer Harriet Klausner called DIAMONDBACK, "An exciting thriller with a touch of romance."
Reader Tomas E. from Sweden, said, "I just finished DIAMONDBACK and loved it. GUNS was also very good. Now I'm waiting for KLLRS, and hoping there will be more."
Rob Neufeld, reviewer for the Asheville Citizen-Times said, "Our enjoyment of KLLRS derives from good writing. Bowie knows his stuff."
Harriet Klausner said KLLRS is, "An engaging action-packed thriller . . . fans will appreciate this entertaining tale."
Reviewer Ken Gruebel in the New Bern Sun-Journal, called KLLRS, "One exciting book from beginning to end. A great book. I recommend it."
Reader John H. said, "At your signing in Kinston, I was the NC State fan who was bragging about your books as people were coming by . . . been meaning to tell you how much I enjoyed KLLRS."
Reviewer Becky LeJeune at Book Bitch called KLLRS, "A great thriller that just sucks you in."