Come for the extraordinary characters, stay for the kick-ass fights; come for the back-stage rock scene, stay for the sandwiches; come for the voice, stay for the coolest set of images this side of the wise-cracking heroes of 30's movies. Whatever brings you into Crasher's world, you'll be glad you came. (Don't Shoot The Drummer)
best selling author of PAPER SON
With its hard-hitting prose and smooth groove, JB's Don't Shoot The Drummer is tight, man. It goes down like a chilled bourbon after a long day of Crashing...
Author of the Raymond Donne Series. Barry Award Nominee
Music fans, this is your book! In Lou Crasher, a journeyman drummer turned accidental P.I., Jonathan Brown has created a complex character set on a collision course with a cast of dangerous characters in and around L.A.'s music scene. With the pace of a blast beat, Crasher rumbles with a music theft ring, seedy drug dealers, and select members of L.A.'s elite, all while falling for a beautiful women he is determined to help. Twist after twist, a breakneck pace, and the quick wit of Lou Crasher will have you turning the pages into the night. A wonderful debut.
Shawn Reilly Simmons
Author of the Red Carpet Catering Mysteries
The Big Crescendo is a sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll mystery, played out at a breakneck 180 beats per minute. Amateur PI Lou Crasher does his hero Jim Rockford proud in this slam-bang, action-packed thriller.
Paul D. Marks
Shamus Award-Winning Author of White Heat
and Broken Windows
Jonathan Brown hits it out of the park with this debut novel, a smart, funny, hard-working drummer with a flair for detective work. The snappy dialogue, memorably realistic Los Angeles setting and quirky, compelling cast of supporting characters add to the fun. Can't wait for the encore!
Author of the New York Times best-selling
Bernadette Manuelito mystery series
"Like a quick three-round undercard, Jonathan Brown punches above his weight class and makes us anticipate what he has in store for the main event. An L.A. Private Eye story that fits in with the classics. If you like your justice handed out with a closed fist, you're going to love Moose."
Author of All The Way Down