28 Sep 2013

NEW - Who Is Han Cainer? - Amazon for Kindle


If you have been reading my series of novels featuring hard-as-they-come feisty, fearless, sexy NYPD Detective Macaulay and her partner FBI Special Agent Nick Benson, you will know what is coming next.

If you thought FBI Special Agent Nicolo 'Nick' Benson was a real badass, with his Marine Corps training, exemplary martial arts skills, and tactical weapons training, you will be thrilled to meet Han Cainer.

Finkel is about to quit her role with the FBI so she can return to her stud ranch outside the Washington DC area, and raise her horses and start a new life.

Han demonstrates in the most horrific way what will happen if she ever leaves the FBI.

Han tells her that if she ever tells Nick, or anyone else why she can't leave the FBI, he will hunt her down and kill her slowly while Nick watches.
Then Nick will be the next to die.



Ex-Marine Corps. He's the Grim Reaper on Xanax.
So chilled out and sloth-like, you won't feel the full force of his onslaught until you're reeling with shock, and you're left wondering what just happened.

Sometimes Bad Guys Finish First

Han hasn't always been on the side of good. He moved to the darkness of death after his family were wiped out by a terrorist's bomb. Had he retaliated he'd be in a box right now; and not the kind of box you want to lift the lid on in a hurry.
Han never leaves a job until all the hats are on the ground.

A Man of Few Words

Han doesn't expend his energy chatting. When he does choose to speak, you're numb with shock. He'll leave you speechless, while he recalls everything he intuitively picks up about you. All your secrets will be exposed in a horrific way, and all the barbs and comebacks you usually rely on in such situations mysteriously fail to materialise in his presence. 

You'll lie awake at night recounting the incident and coming up with all the things you wish you had said when he was right in front of you.

He out-profiles the FBI's expert Profilers.

Why Is He At FBI Headquarters? What Does He Want?

I could tell you, but that would be breaking the Code of Silence. You'll have to find out for yourself: "Cainer" at Amazon.com for Kindle in October 2013.

To discover more about NYPD's Detective Finkel Macaulay, look at the trilogy - available at Amazon.com for Kindle, and at Kobo, Barnes & Noble for Nook, and more if you don't yet have a Kindle.

Download free sample chapters of each book, try before you buy.

NEW BOOK by Actor Jim Carrey - Roland Rolls - Interview

Jim Carrey's book, How Roland Rolls, is the story of a wave who 
comes to understand that he is not alone to rise and crash, 
but rather part of the larger ocean. 

Q: What made you want to

write a picture book versus something for older kids?
JC: I wanted to be a part
of that wonderful moment where parents read story books at night. 
When there's nothing else but you and the person you love most sharing 
a common experience. I also think that beautiful illustrations capture 
everyone's imagination. And at a very early age a silly little picture book 
can introduce kids to the fantasy world that worlds and thoughts create.

Q: How does the role of author compare to that

of actor?
JC: Acting is a very communal art form. There is surprisingly little control 
over the final product. The role of author seems more direct to me. An 
opportunity to play writer, director, and ensemble all at once. It's also 
like playing the part of midwife to something that might never have been 
born without you.  It's primitive in a narrative sense like telling a story 
around the camp fire with love, levity and warm intent.

Q: You've said that story is 'the way we order life, the way we'd like it to be.' 
If you could live out one story, what would it be and why?  
JC: Crime and Punishment (joke). I would be Howard Roark and not 
Peter Keating in The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand. I've already lived 
out The Great Gatsby and still I beat on, boats
against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.

Q: What do you most want the kids and parents who read Roland Rolls 
to take away from the story?
JC: What I want children and parents to take away most from 
How Roland Rolls is a knowledge of their larger self and a sense of safety 
for both knowing that as they turn off the lights and go to their own beds there will 
never really be any separation between them.

19 Sep 2013

New Short Story Released - Agent Down - A Detective Macaulay Homicide Case

[ Rated R For Violence & Scenes of a Sexual Nature]

Exclusive Extract From 


“Stacey, baby, that feels so good,” Stanley Tulloch said. She sucked on his balls and made them slip inside her warm slippery wet mouth. He felt like he would come if she didn't stop soon. She murmured against his vibrating flesh.
“That tickles. Stop for a minute baby.” Stacey did not stop. If anything, she became hungrier for him, and sucked the tip of his black cock hard and fast until he ejaculated into her mouth. He sucked his teeth in exasperation when he came.
“Damn, girl. You're so hot tonight. Fuck!”  Stanley pulled his long black cock out of her mouth and rolled back against the cool bed covers.
The two lay silently in the wide expanse of the hotel bed. Stacey fell asleep, her arm draped over his torso. He moved her arm.
She was incredibly soft. All over. Her skin had a sheen to it. She had a golden honey hue to her toned body. He felt his cock begin to harder as she lay with her back to him. He snorted two lines of cocaine off the nightstand next to his weapon. A Glock with a 22 caliber.
He savored the last remaining minutes with her until they would have to separate. Go back to reality. She had a fine ass. Wished he could tap it some more. He was out of time.
“I have to go, honey,” he said, and turned so his back was to her. Put on his pants. Stood and jumped into his shoes and pushed his shirt down deep inside his pants. Checked the fly was closed. He headed to the bathroom to wash up quickly.
“Same time next week, baby?” Stacey called out, and slipped the stack of dollar bills on the nightstand inside her purse underneath her pillow. She sat upright in the bed and adjusted her bra. Smoothed her hair.
“Absolutely. Wouldn't miss this for the world,” Stanley said.
In the artificial light inside the windowless compact-sized bathroom he checked his face for lipstick marks. Ran the faucet and washed his hands, face and mouth. Washed off any trace of her from his smooth dark skin. He could still taste the sweetness of her pussy juices against his lips. He rinsed his face again. Captured the memory in his fantasy rolodex. Locked that shit up tight in there.
He looked in on her before he turned the door handle to leave the hotel room. She was asleep, and lay motionless in the bed. He stepped into the hallway and closed the room door. Room 7007 at the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Boulevard. The Strip, as they call it.
He had gone to Las Vegas on a whim. He was on a case, and it had gone cold. There was little he could do to resurrect it. He chose instead to blow some cash the only way he knew how. Women. Gambling. Liquor. In that order.
Stanley Tulloch worked as a Private Detective. An-Ex NYPD Detective, he had served thirty years, retired, and had headed west to Las Vegas to start his own Detective Agency. 
Ten years later, instead of enjoying retirement, he drew a good salary. Took photographs of A-List Celebrities. Captured graphic details of cheating husbands or wives, and sold them to the Media. He was making paper, but not yet printing his own money. He ran the Agency with one broad at the helm. Ginger. Her real name was Marcy. A redhead with big breasts. 
Stanley gave people descriptive names which helped him to remember who the fuck they were. His memory was not that wonderful lately but it got him from A to B and helped him to solve his client's cases. He was professional. If he felt unable to take on a case he outsourced the detective work. Gave side jobs to younger more amiable guys. Guys hungrier than him for a collar. Some of his current confidential informants stemmed from his days with NYPD. Men who had since migrated to Las Vegas after he did. Tracked their movements and gave them payouts in exchange for tidbits of reliable information. 
One such side piece of information had led to the capture and arrest of an attempted rapist. Ted Hollinger. At that time, Ted had been married to Marcy. At his first sight of Marcy, Stanley knew he wanted to be with her forever. Fortunately for him, she had felt the same way about him. Lucky bastard.
Now he was stepping out on her. The jerk. (Read more at Smashwords.com)

Available now at Smashwords for Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader, ePub, or read it on your computer as a PDF file.

18 Sep 2013

NEW - Tabula Rasa - A Detective Macaulay Homicide Case (Kindle Version)

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Tabula Rasa (A Detective Macaulay Homicide Case) [Kindle Edition]
Ruby Binns-Cagney (Author) 

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From the Author of "The Detective Macaulay Murders Trilogy"

'Tabula Rasa' takes you on the hunt for a serial killer who must be brought to justice, at whatever cost.

NYPD Detective Finkel Macaulay takes on a Homicide case which 
brings death to her door. 

When one of their own is abducted, NYPD and the FBI scramble to capture him.

As she pursues the killer, Finkel has to make a decision which could 
cost her everything she ever wanted.

With their lives at risk, Benson has to choose between catching the perpetrator or risking the Teams' lives for the sake of wiping the slate clean. 

Product details
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 386 KB
  • Print Length: 304 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ruby Binns-Cagney (25 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E6X7ULE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
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4 Sep 2013

Amazon launches Kindle Matchbook

Discounted e-books for those who own the hard copy

A new benefit that gives customers the option to buy--for $2.99, $1.99, $0.99, or free--the Kindle edition of print books they have purchased new from Amazon. Print purchases all the way back to 1995--when Amazon first opened its online bookstore--will qualify.

It launches in October. 

What can you expect?

Amazon, Kindle MatchBook now makes it possible for that purchase--18 years later--to be added to your Kindle library at a very low cost.

What Are The Benefits?

With Kindle MatchBook, they can keep their favorite book on their shelf, and have a copy in their digital library for reading, perhaps re-reading it with features like X-Ray and Popular Highlights.

How Does It Work?

Kindle MatchBook features include:
Kindle editions at a great price: Amazon customers who purchase or have purchased qualifying print books can get the Kindle edition for prices that are typically $2.99, $1.99, $0.99, or free.
Readers can easily look up their entire print book order history to discover which of their past purchases are enrolled in Kindle MatchBook.
Read anywhere capabilities: 
In addition to Amazon's best-selling Kindle devices, customers can download a free Kindle reading app for iPhone, iPad, Android tablets and phones, PC or Mac and start building their Kindle library today.

More Information:
Customers can learn more by visiting Amazon.com