Deadly People Series
...a riveting collection of short stories that will take you on a thrilling journey from the dystopian streets of Las Vegas to the vast expanse of outer space.
With well developed flesh and blood characters and inspiring sagas of resilience, these stories explore the human condition: our struggle to survive, while still maintaining our humanity. A must read for fans of crime fiction and science fiction alike
—Tetsuro Shigematsu, Playwright, Performer, Film Maker
Had the best time reading The Theory of Insanity! That plot kept my head whipping back and forth like I was at a great tennis match (a big time compliment from me!). The book lived up to the promise
—Stephanie Storey, Bestselling author of Oil and Marble, and award winning television producer
Any novel that opens with the death of the main character in the first sentence is a real grabber. The Theory of Insanity hooked me right out of the gate and never let go.
—Brian Rouff, Author of The House Always Wins, and Dice Angelr of The House Always Wins
I very much enjoyed this book. It's imaginative and well-paced with a cast of characters that captured my interest from page one. The unique premise and story twists kept me guessing to the end.
—A. Jorgensen, Amazon Review
Full of action, danger, and suspense, Theory of Insanity repeats itself with altered results. Author Rick Newberry's inventive sci-fi thriller raises the stakes like no other novel.
—Tonya Todd, Henderson Writer’s Group Education Chair
"Sin City Wolfhound" was a very entertaining read. The plot was wholly unpredictable. It was an interesting vehicle to explore the variations in human relationships.
I really enjoyed “Sin City Daemon” as much as I did the book that preceded it. In addition to the usual monsters and bad guys you get to romp around Las Vegas.
This second book in the series is even better than the first. I found myself caught up in the story and did not want to put it down. Looking forward to the third book.
Another great story by Richard Newberry. Anxious to read his next book.
—David Sosa, Amazon Customer
The Theory of Insanity
A satisfying conclusion to the SinCity Trilogy. It does not disappoint.