Gerald Arthur Winter

From NYC to the Jersey shore to Tampa Bay and the Gulf Stream waters, Gerald Arthur Winter's sharp literary narrative makes readers take pause and wonder--from whence hath this sturm and drang come?

Works


Letters in Blood
Tom Larkin falls in league with Jamaican enchantress, Minnie Rabelle, who lures him to the dark side. A deadly exchange at sea in a raging hurricane raises the stakes -- 17th Century royal letters that will alter the balance of the global economy. Larkin's hair trigger electrifies with twists that baffle.

Hemingway's Trunk
From the high-end bidding of estate liquidators and appraisers into the jaws of death, Tom Larkin believes the truth is to die for, but the man-eaters he encounters run the gamut from hot-blooded vixens to cold-blooded reptiles. Larkin's shoot'm up style prevails, knowing acceptance of defeat is never an option.

Selected Works

Fiction
An Anthology of Love Stories including "Auld Lang Syne" by Gerald Winter https://www.amazon.com/dp/1732109109/ref=nav_timeline_asin?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Mystery / Thriller
From Bangkok to the Caribbean, a DEA agent pursues killers, kidnappers and sirens -- noir in pastels.
Tom Larkin seeks the truth about rare Lost Generation manuscripts found in a steamer trunk.

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