Larry Matthews

Larry Matthews

Larry Matthews is a former broadcast journalist who is the recipient of the George Foster Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting, the duPont-Columbia Citation, and many other national and regional awards for his investigative reporting. His memoir, I Used To Be In Radio, was praised as "a funny and moving page-turner" and "a must-read in journalism schools, especially for those who aspire to be investigative reporters."

Detonator is the latest Dave Haggard Thriller. NY Times best-selling author DL Wilson says of Detonator "... powerful characters, fascinating scenes, and great technical research and content." Terrorists plan to blow up Nationals Park. The Washington Independent Review of Books says "Detonator works...and more!"

Butterfly Knife is the first of the Dave Haggard Thrillers. Dave is a radio street reporter in Washington, D.C. Butterfly Knife is a taught, fast moving thriller that puts Dave at the center of the hunt for a serial killer of priests. Dave is the bait, not the reporter.

Brass Knuckles is the second in the series. In it, Dave chases a story of assassination, greed, and an out-of-control killer. Brass Knuckles takes you into the world of investigative journalism.

Larry Matthews is the author of seven novels. In addition to Butterfly Knife, Brass Knuckles and Detonator, his novels include: Street Business, co-authored with Ernie Lijoi Sr, Healing Charles and Saving Charles. The "Charles" books have been praised as "outstanding works of fiction." All are available in paper books or Kindle.

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