Former Police Chief says, “You are drawn into twists and turns of ‘Murder At Broadcast Park.”


“Bill Evans is a natural story teller. With ‘Murder at Broadcast Park’ Bill has combined his intimate and encyclopedic knowledge of broadcasting with a long time interest in law enforcement. The result is a hard hitting murder mystery replete with the fast paced immediacy of a television news room combined with walking the tightrope of a very public, major homicide investigation. The pages will simply fall away as you are drawn into twists and turns of ‘Murder At Broadcast Park.”

Robert F. Pasero
Chief of Police (ret.)
Orland Police Department
Missing in America Project
National Chaplain

“A Serious Page-Turner for Serious ‘Who Done It’ Fans.”

Very humbled by the reviews coming in for Murder at Broadcast Park. David Welch is one of my great high school friends who now hosts his own radio talk show—he was asked to review Murder at Broadcast Park—here is what he had to say—book is out in mid September—THANKS DAVID—-even being a really good friend—he’s still a talk show host–so I know he speaks the truth—–

“A serious page-turner for serious ‘who done it’ fans. Don’t read the first page of Murder at Broadcast Park unless you plan to race through every page until the end. Vivid and memorable characters. A twisty plot that keeps you guessing. And all of it in laid back Santa Barbara where murders are not the norm. Right? In his sojourn novel Bill Evans proves himself to be a master story teller. I can’t wait for his next one. Hint. Hint.”

David Welch

Talk Show Host, WRNR 106.5

Former Sportscaster from KABC-Los Angeles, Ted Dawson, couldn’t put down this page turner!

One of the best broadcasters in the business that I had the privilege to work with a couple of different times, Ted Dawson, just recently retired. I asked him to preview by first novel, Murder At Broadcast Park, and this is what he wrote about my book. Thank you Ted—means a lot coming from someone like you!

“Bill Evans has created a fabulous look “inside a working Newsroom” while at the same time, crafting a “page turning” thriller that will have you glued to every scene. As someone who spent 54 years in Newsrooms from New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas, to Reno, Idaho Falls, and Bozeman, I LOVED IT!”

Ted Dawson
Former Sportscaster KABC-Los Angeles
KCBS-Los Angeles
WABC-New York

Hear what Phil Blauer from Fox 5 in San Diego has to say about Murder at Broadcast Park …

  • Phil Blauer, one of the most dedicated and passionate news people I’ve had the pleasure to work with gave my new novel a read and here is what he said; ..Broadcasting Icon Bill Evans has crafted a tantilizing tale.. a real sex, lies and videotape odyssey into a dark side of the TV news business Sordid..salacious..from beginning to end.
Phil Blauer
News Anchor
San Diego

Thanks Phil and stay classy in San Diego!—

Murder at Broadcast Park is out at the end of September and I hope you’ll give it a read.