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!”
Former Sportscaster KABC-Los Angeles
- 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;
Lights..camera..Homicide ..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.
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.
I really appreciate everyone who has taken the time to vote on the COVER for Murder at Broadcast Park. We’ve had close to 200 votes in only four days. If you haven’t voted please take a minute and go to http://www.koehlerbooks.com/cover-polls/ and vote—and please share with your literary friends. It’s a cool process and provides valuable feedback to my publisher. Thank you for taking the time to do this.
While on the COVER page take a few minutes and scroll down and vote on my good friend Greg Fields cover as well.
Excited to have my first novel published–due out end of September. Please help us decide which book-cover—go to
and vote your choice—-I appreciate your time and input and hope you’ll give this a read when it’s out.
If you’ll scroll down he pages you will see a book by my long time good friend, Greg Fields called Arc of the Comet—-please vote on his cover as well—-and when it comes out I encourage you to read his book.