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Check out Shelly's other books and his weblog.The Black Messiah Murders: A Sam Cohen Case Adventure, Number 1 -- Sam Cohen gets entangled in a monumental conspiracy to prevent the uncovering of an FBI assassination plot to murder Fred Hampton -- The Black Messiah.Buy The Black Messiah Murders now!. Now available in paper, ebook, and hardcover.
Piranhas On The Loose: A Sam Cohen Case Adventure, Number 2 -- The trials and adventures of maverick lawyer, Sam Cohen, J.D. and his friends, as he battles everybody to free his client from a wrongful conviction of the armed robbery of a Catholic Church. Dosed with vivid sex scenes. If you love exciting, intelligent pulp fiction, Sam Cohen and his friends serve it up. Give yourself a treat, buy Piranhas On The Loose (offer good wherever real live piranhas are illegal).
In the Teeth of the Wind: A Study of Power and how to Fight It -- It is hard to believe some of the stories related here happened in the "Land of the Free"--but, unfortunately, they did. The Chapters are pot-boilers. A sample chapter ("Some Call it Murder--A Case of J. Edgar's Paranoia") starts off with a cop listening to wiretaps, only to discover that a prominent politician's wife has killed their daughter. A setup ensue. "Everything in this book is true and provable, except my opinions," Waxman claims. Interesting stuff. Read more here or buy the book!
SHELLY'S NEWEST THRILLER--JUST PUBLISHED: "THE JOSEPHUS ENIGMA" A SECRET TO KILL FOR? When Sam Cohen's client Andy McAndrew, hard-working honest family man and Vietnam veteran, was robbed of his ID, Andy found himself repeatedly arrested, and treated as a vicious criminal, again and again. It seemed clear to Sam that someone very high up was protecting the real criminal behind the robbery. But when a witness identifies Andy as a psychotic and fiendish killer, apparently involved with a secret group of Chicago's most powerful leaders who conduct and then cover up brutal sacrificial murders, and the evidence suggests he might not even remember having done it, even Sam begins to have doubts. What could the cryptic message "The Gospels Of Josephus" mean to them, and how could it possibly relate to Andy, and what can Sam do to stop them? If you have enjoyed recent stories with a dark religious twist, the secret revealed in this fast-paced and thrilling book will astonish you. BUY IT AT AMAZON
“THE SAM COHEN CASE ADVENTURES, 1-3” BY SHELLY WAXMAN, J.D. & JAMES NATHAN POST Just Published--No. 3 The Josephus Enigma Books Worth Reading, September 7, 2007—AMAZON.COM By D. Crawford "D.C." (New Mexico) - See all my reviews
Authors Shelly Waxman and James Post are not afraid to tackle thorny issues and they do it in an entertaining and provocative way that always engages and challenges the reader. This latest (The Josephus Enigma) in the Sam Cohen series is no exception to the rule. I highly recommend this as well as the other novels in the series for those who enjoy hard-boiled detective fiction.
A highly original and well-developed plot makes this an enjoyable read from start to finish. The protagonist, Sam Cohen is an interesting character, reminiscent in many ways of the 'hard-boiled' protagonists of the classic Dashell Hammett and Raymond Chandler novels but with a depth that reflects the complexities of modern society. He is an attorney based out of a small but comfortable office in an old building in downtown Chicago.
At one time, he rubbed elbows with the rich and powerful, but became disillusioned after being asked to represent the FBI against charges that it was involved in the assassination of a leader of the Black Panthers. Thus, he gave up that life to become "a champion of the downtrodden, a defender of the persecuted, and the last resort of those who have lost all hope."
Indeed, his latest client, Andy McAndrew finds himself on the verge of despair, turning to Cohen as his last ray of hope. This short, but intense novel is a must read. The Sam Cohen novels represent a new generation of detective fiction for a new generation of readers.
Modern writers of detective fiction and thrillers have focused on the scientific aspects of criminal investigations while completely ignoring the human element. In the Patricia Cornwell variety of novels, nobody questions anything. Consider the character of Jack Ryan in the Tom Clancy adventure novels: he never questions the orders he receives from his government nor much of anything else for that matter.
His character, like so many others found within the pages of the majority of the modern detective novels that flood the shelves of bookstores these days, lacks psychological depth. Indeed, Clancy's Ryan seems more like a robot than a thinking, feeling human being. Not so with attorney Sam Cohen. Authors Post and Waxman have succeeded in creating a character with whom readers can identify in the protagonist, Sam Cohen. He, like the rest of us, is far from perfect and his faults make his good qualities all the more admirable.
Cohen questions authority, including that wielded by his own government, and even questions himself at times. The world of Sam Cohen is much more complex than the typical "us versus them" mentality seen in most modern detective fiction. If you like the superficial sort of trash that passes for detective fiction today where the "good guys" have badges and wear white and the one-dimensional "bad guys" wear black, this book is not for you. But if you like fiction that challenges the prevailing myths of our times, in an entertaining and provocative fashion, then this latest in the Sam Cohen series is a must read. I highly recommend it.
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