A Short Summary of Promise Me Eternity

Dr. Simon Patterson is a successful and well-respected neurosurgeon at Central Hospital in the town of Medford. Married, though without children, he keeps himself so busy that one day is not much different from another. Until, that is, he saves the life of the powerful mobster Carlo Vucci. At a dinner in honor of Dr. Patterson, Carlo Vucci introduces him to his alluring wife Christine. Simon is entranced by her beauty. Three weeks later, Christine shows up at the hospital, complaining of terrible headaches. Dr. Patterson offers to help her, but Christine did not come to see him just because of her health. A series of shocking events follows that transforms Simon’s life into a nightmare. Among other things, he finds himself in court being accused of first degree murder…


My first blog

I decided to use a blog to promote that which I do best – writing crime novels. I’m aware that many obstacles lie on my path, but I’m determined like never before. Sooner or later I will reach the goal I have set for myself.
I was born in Slovenia (in the European Union), but in addition to living in my home country, I have also spent considerable time in the USA, France and Germany. I’m fluent in English, French and German. Because of my extensive international experience my novels are set in the USA and various parts of Europe.
I can boast of having achieved exceptional success in Slovenia, both in libraries and bookstores. All three novels have sold very well, and all three have been ranked among the top 100 most borrowed library books. Enthusiastic readers write to me, saying they can’t put my books down and read them within a few days.
Individual libraries have ranked my books among the top 10, sometimes even the top five most-borrowed books.

I’ve decided to offer one of my books for free for a short period (till 31.12.2011) on Smashwords.

I invite you to visit the following website, where you’ll be able to download my novel:



 As I’m new on the American market, I ask the readers to comment and say what they think about my writing.