Page 2 recently published an article named “What’s Wrong with Our Prescription Drug Trials”

Iron Eagle Series author, Roy A. Teel Jr. was quoted. Here’s an excerpt:

From unpublished research to financial influence, there are a number of ways clinical trials can be manipulated to get a new drug on the market.

For 12 years, Roy A. Teel Jr. was involved in human research trials at the University of California, Los Angeles, but he didn’t don a lab coat.

As a research subject with progressive multiple sclerosis, he was involved in five medical trials.

When his condition didn’t improve, he retired on disability in 2011. The whole ordeal left a sour taste in his mouth.

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Reading Dreaming

Ruty from Uruguay posted a review of Rise of The Iron Eagle on her Reading… Dreaming Blog. Here’s an excerpt:

“Rise of the Iron Eagle’ is a phenomenal suspense crime story with spectacular characters and detailed murders. This is the first of what it looks like an excellent series…”

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Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews website recently interviewed Roy A. Teel Jr. Here’s an excerpt:

What inspired you to write this book? The Iron Eagle was birthed by my imagination through tragedy after one of my schoolmates and friends was murdered by serial killer William Bonin, aka The Freeway Killer, on Memorial Day, 1979. From that moment on, I imagined a person who could protect people of all ages, sexes, races, and creeds from predators.

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Long and Short Reviews

Hello to all of my readers, for the second month in a row Long and Short Reviews has nominated a book in The Iron Eagle Series for book of the month. This month it is Book Two “Evil and the Details” votes will be accepted on October 1st and 2nd and then the winner will be announced. I am both honored to be nominated again and ask for your vote to make book two the winner for September. Please follow the link to Long and Short Reviews and cast your vote for book two I the Iron Eagle Series.

Interviews you can really sink your teeth into

The Bookie Monster posted an interview with the Iron Eagle Series author. Here’s an excerpt:

How do you come up with the character names in your books? To quote Shakespeare, “What’s in a name?” The answer is a lot. Character names come from all different sources. People I know, knew, admire, hate, love, etc. Once I have a name for a character, especially one that I feel will be around for a while, I harness it and use its energy.

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Long and Short Reviews

Long and Short Reviews has posted a review of Evil and The Detaiils. Here’s an excerpt:

I was breathlessly horrified while reading this gripping tale of serial killers being hunted down and brought to justice. The F.B.I. and the Sheriff’s detective are scrambling to find and stop these monsters but they just don’t have the abilities that a certain Iron Eagle has. A reader gets to see more in depth of the man and the vigilante and find that he’s a very complicated human indeed.

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Complete World News ‘Rise of the Iron Eagle’ is dark, gritty, compelling and powerful

Complete World News has posted a review of ‘Rise of The Iron Eagle’ on their website. Here’s an excerpt:

(CWN) – “Mr. Teel, Jr.’s writing about criminals is like what Stephen King does for horror – leaves a lasting impression and horrifies while weaving a tale that one can’t step away from. ‘Rise of the Iron Eagle’ is dark, gritty, compelling and powerful,” says Michele Nowak, Reviewer at Long and Short Reviews.

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Fiction Books | New on the Shelf This Week

Hi all! I thought I’d share one of my latest interviews with you. It originally appeared on Enjoy!


As a novelist, I’m often asked, “How much fact is in your fiction?” The answer might surprise you – a lot. It’s one thing to sit down and write a story; it’s another to introduce real places and attractions into your scenes. In my 30-book Los Angeles based Iron Eagle crime novel series, one of the most important things I do is focus on real places and locations in and around Los Angeles. I also spend a great deal of time researching my subject matter. → Read more


I am a member of the Authors Guild and an indie published author, which means I don’t have an agent, a giant publisher, or a cushy advance and royalty agreement. There is a crisis in the publishing industry, and Amazon is a big part of that; however, well-established (i.e. wealthy) authors writing letters to the DOJ whining about having their profits hit by book pricing at → Read more