Chippendalescover7coveronlyDeadly Dance: The Chippendales Murders
by Scot Macdonald and Patrick MontesDeOca

In 1987 a heroin addict murdered an Emmy Award-winning choreographer in Manhattan. Soon after, a wealthy LA surgeon and his teenaged son were targeted. In 1991, an out-of-work redneck flew to London with cyanide to poison three members of a male exotic dance review.  If the poison didn’t work, he was told to use a hammer to beat them to death. Who was behind these seemingly unrelated horrific crimes? The FBI and the New York Police Department mounted a seven-year international operation to track down the man behind the crimes and bring him to justice.

In 1980s Los Angeles celebreties, desperate housewives and wild bechelorettes converged on one place: Chippendales—and behind it all was arson, the Mob and murder.

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TravelerGreeceCScover17coveronlykdpA Plunge into Evil

by K. Scot Macdonald

Death Stalks a Greek Tour

Travel guide Race Traveler faces two killers: one in his genes, the other on his tour.

Race and his peppermint-popping boss, Scarlett Wynter are leading an excursion to Greece, but one of their excursionists dies even before they land in Athens. Is it natural causes or murder?

As Scarlett and Race investigate, a wallet goes missing and then an excursionist narrowly avoids plummeting from a castle to her death. Is it an accident or attempted murder?

As the tour visits Olympia, Delphi and the Greek islands, Race rushes to solve the mysteries before the cystic fibrosis ravaging his lungs ends his investigation forever—and before the murderer strikes again.

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The Shakespeare Drug
A novel by K. Scot Macdonald

“If it was your dream, wouldn’t you take the drugs?”
“I don’t know, Mr. Croft.”
“What’s life without a dream?”

While researching Alzheimer’s disease, LA neurosurgeon Julie Stein discovers the key to her long-frustrated dream of becoming a novelist: a drug combination that allows her to write as well as Shakespeare–but the side effects may kill her.

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GrizzlyorangefontcoveronlyAn Entertainment:
The Grizzly Extinction Plot
A novel by Liam Shay

Anti-technology revolutionaries are plotting to blow up the Vancouver Grizzlies basketball team, which is having the winningest season in NBA history in their new state-of-the-art arena. Only a romance-novel addicted, community college English professor, Sebastian Gianninni, stands in the path of the ruthless New Luddites.

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Injustice3justcoverIn Justice Found
A novel by K. Scot Macdonald

Justice or Injustice?

When a drug company’s stock plummets on SEC charges of wrongdoing, Los Angeles mediator Arden ‘Never-Fail’ Jeffries loses $126,000. He flees work early only to surprise a trio of burglars at his home, who knock him out. Arden faces the daunting challenge of seeking to bring the CEO and the burglars who destroyed his life to justice.

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Louvre2In Pursuit of Perfection

A short story by K. Scot Macdonald

How far will an artist in 1890s Paris go to achieve perfection?

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Mouse11v2coveronlyMouse’s Dream

A novel by K. Scot Macdonald

Can a reunion with a first love, reignite an old dream? Anthony “Mouse” Maas is caught in the Baby Boomer Crunch with three free-spending daughters and financially strapped parents. A hard-working commodity broker in Los Angeles, Mouse is in a slump and his firm, for which he has made so much money, is about to fire him. Then his mother dies. At her funeral he meets his high school sweetheart, Sharon Calloway. She reawakens in him an old dream to become an artist.

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