A who done it laced with suspense at every turn of the page. Set on a tropical island. Chief Detective Henry Oaks must unmask a vile criminal, international jewel thief. Oaks is assisted and sometime hindered by a shoddy French Detective far away from his own jurisdiction but hot on the villain’s trail. The quirky law enforcement characters enhance the charm of this tale with humor and sarcasm but hold on to your seats and be prepared for a bumpy ride. Thrilling chases through an exotic resort paradise sets the stage for a fun entertaining romp as the law and the lawless match wits. This is not your typical Kindle armchair, cozy, detective story!
How did you decide to create a trailer and what was your experience?
Zero experience with book trailers but heard it was a good idea to have one so I searched for some advice and winged it. Video is necessary to rank in search engines but I’m still looking for sources to make a better video free and easier.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve always loved reading westerns and mysteries.
Stuart Leventhal is a freelance news reporter, fiction writer and poet. Newspapers include: Downingtown Ledger, Tri County Record and the Weekly Press of Philadelphia. Mystery and western short stories: Veneration Quarterly, Ultimate writer, Bracelet Charm magazine, Dance Macabre. Featured writer on the Dana Literary Society’s Online Journal for September 2001. Poems published in Raphael’s Village, Treasured Poems of America and many others. Stu is the Examiner’s Atco Restaurant Reviewer for the Philadelphia Area. Presently Webmaster for http://www.anewtale.com
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