About bryancassiday

Bryan Cassiday writes thrillers and horror fiction. He wrote "Zombie Apocalypse: The Chad Halverson Series" and the Ethan Carr thriller series, which includes "Force of Impact," singled out by BestThrillers.com as "a potent shot of contemporary LA noir that will have readers hooked from page one."

Playboy Magazine Says COVID-19 Killed It

Playboy magazine’s print edition was in its death throes long before coronavirus. I think Playboy‘s publishers are using the pandemic as an excuse for them to bow out and try to save face, instead of prolonging the agony of continuing to publish a dying magazine.

The current editors were straying too far from the magazine’s roots, which were erotic in nature, and trying to change the magazine into a platform for them to boast about their wokeness. The original editors at Playboy certainly used the magazine to skewer American mores, but still the main thrust of the magazine was on eroticism and entertainment.  They weren’t out to change the world.  Hence the centerfolds of nude voluptuous women.  The current Playboy has lost that thrust.  Maybe because the current editors are homosexuals and women who are more concerned with social activism than with eroticism for the sake of eroticism and entertainment.

Goodreads Giveaway of Murder LLC

The Goodreads giveaway of Bryan Cassiday’s breakneck thriller Murder LLC is about to end.  This is the last day on which you can enter for the chance to win a free e-book of Murder LLC at Goodreads.  Murder LLC will be released on June 9, 2020.

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Murder LLC is now available for preorder

Bryan Cassiday’s newest conspiracy thriller Murder LLC is now available for preorder on Kindle.

An LA private investigator seeks a missing person in Las Vegas and becomes enmeshed in a conspiracy to oust the president of the United States.

Here’s the new cover reveal:

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Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen

Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen is an entertaining British crime thriller with a whole lot of c__ts peppered throughout.  Most of them are male.  A lot of double- and triple-crosses in the pot business keep things moving as drug gangs try to muscle in on Matthew McConaughey’s control of the London market.