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?


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

An Anthology of Love Stories including "Auld Lang Syne" by Gerald Winter
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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