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The Second Book in the
Johnny Morocco Mystery Series
December 23rd 2017
Johnny Morocco is hired to "babysit" a prize bull at the Southeastern Fair in 1953. He finds that this is not a simple chore, especially when he has to defend not only the bull but his own life the first night he is there. The dead man's three brothers and their preacher father are looking for Johnny, while he is looking for his runaway cousin who may be a dancer at the "girlie show" at the fair. Johnny finding a love interest then finding and losing his cousin and a shoot-out at a local restaurant, make the second book in this series a must read.
Dancing in the Dark
When a diving buddy of Max Maxwell's is said to have drowned in a diving accident, Max decides to investigate the death on his own. His friend, a high school coach, is teaching some of the age appropriate senior girls more than they can learn in the classroom. What Max finds when he digs into his friend's background, shakes the small community north of Seattle, WA to the core.
Dancing in the Dark, has been nominated for the 54th Georgia Author of the Year Award (GAYA) in the Detective/Mystery category.
The Second Book in the Max Maxwell Series
Available December 2017
Max is recruited by an old Army buddy who is running an intelligence operation in Washington, D.C. He is drawn into an international web of smugglers who are on the verge of sneaking a dirty nuke into the Unites States or perhaps Canada. A Canadian operative working undercover as a nun, a love interest who is being stalked, and an American agent who was murdered in an elaborate poisoning scheme all keep Max on the edge until he can sort out all the pieces of the puzzle before everything explodes around him.
Wrath of the Dixie Mafia
Johnny Morocco hits Atlanta, GA in 1953. The former Army Military Policeman changes his name from McDonald and uses his military training to become a licensed P. I. Johnny's “office” is a pool room called Big Town in the heart of the city. His clients are the players and an occasional lawyer. Johnny's luck runs out the morning he comes into Big Town and finds a dead man lying on a pool table. With only Thomas the negro rack boy in the building, Thomas is the prime suspect. Taking on the mission of proving a negro innocent of killing a white man puts Johnny in the crosshairs himself. Only after he gets involved does he realize the crosshairs belong to the organization known as The Dixie Mafia
When proof of the existence of a live American POW from the Vietnam war surfaces, the unlikely source is recently escaped boat person Phong V. Quong. He convinces the American military of his story and credibility and sets in motion a rescue mission that requires him to return to Vietnam to lead the team to the compound. Can Quong trust the Americans? If they can send him back, why can't they mount the rescue without him? His life and that of his sister in Vietnam are now forever entwined with the fate of Captain Eddie Wilson, who sits and waits...
Publishers Weekly Review: Army Career Officer Sinor achieves authenticity...that really succeeds.
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