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Mystery Series Set in Acapulco Launched with Release of Cliff Diver

Sterling, Va (PRWEB) March 07, 2013

Carmen Amato, an established author who divides her time between the United States and Central America, just released the first novel in the new Emilia Cruz mystery series set in Acapulco, Mexico, the city recently reported to be the second most violent in the world. Featuring the first and only female police detective in Acapulco, Cliff Diver is available at in print and ebook formats to take both Detective Emilia Cruz and readers of this edgy police procedural into the heart of Mexicos drug war.

Youre a good cop, Cruz. The kind that die young. The words of Acapulcos fictional police chief exemplify the tone of the new Emilia Cruz series. In Cliff Diver, Emilia investigates the murder of her corrupt police lieutenant and becomes the target of a high-stakes political power play as well as resentment from male detectives. Missing police files, links to a past kidnapping, and connections to a gang working for a drug cartel point the investigation in multiple directions. Under pressure from politicians, other cops, and the powerful police union, Emilia feels like Acapulcos famous cliff divers, plunging into suspense and praying not to crash on the rocks below.

As noted on Amazon, Amato has taken the classic mystery and given it a contemporary Mexican twist. The result is an adrenaline-charged novel with the emotional vibe of those who live on the edge. In addition, readers are already singing the praises of the novel and its strong central Latina character. On her website, Amato writes that she drew on contemporary Latina figures to shape the Emilia Cruz character, including Olympic boxer Marlen Esparza and Justice Sonia Sotomayor.

People who would like to read an excerpt from this riveting new mystery novel before purchasing Cliff Diver can find the first chapter on Amatos website. In the chapter, Emilia has a strange encounter with her lieutenant and meets hotel manager Kurt Rucker for the first time; over the course of the book her relationship with Rucker will both complicate Emilias investigation and help her to survive it.

In a guest article for, Amato discussed her 2012 political thriller The Hidden Light of Mexico City and how a chance encounter with a junkie in Mexico City became the spark that led to the Emilia Cruz series. Concerned about the toll that drug violence is taking on Mexico, Amato hopes that a mystery series can raise awareness of what’s going on in Mexico, with plot elements straight out of the headlines, an authentic dive into one of the most beautiful settings on earth, and a little salsa fresca from my own years living in Mexico and Central America.

Print ISBN-13: 978-1482308044

316 pages

$ 12.99

ebook ISBN: 978-0-9853256-2-6

$ 2.99

About Carmen Amato:

Originally from New York, Carmen Amato is the author of political thriller The Hidden Light of Mexico City and the Emilia Cruz mystery series set in Acapulco. Her novels are sharp-edged stories that combine complex plots with characters and settings drawn from her experiences living in Mexico and Central America. Carmen currently divides her time between the United States and Central America but can always be reached on Twitter @CarmenConnects. For more information, please visit

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Sci-fi Mystery Novel Takes Readers into the Secrets and Conspiracies Surrounding the Bermuda Triangle Phenomenon

TIFFIN, Ohio (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

It was late in autumn in nineteen-hundred and ninety. Flying saucer mania was rampant. The American public was very curious about such mysterious things as, the paranormal, Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and the Bermuda Triangle. For the most part, the public was unaware of the low profile studies into these phenomena conducted by the government. These secret studies were assigned to various branches of the military complex. The U.S. Navys part in this on-going research was Project Houdini. Its mission was to determine the cause of how over 500 ships and planes, as well as their attending personnel, had vanished into the area better known as the Bermuda Triangle and were never seen again.

Project Houdini, a sci-fi mystery novel written by Thom Fillinger tells the story of Admiral Nathan Summerfield and the entire Project Houdini exploration team that had undergone into the Bermuda Triangle but never comes out. Project Houdini was designed to discover the reason for the disappearance of ships, planes and personnel in that area. However, as Summerfields team went there, all contact had been broken and the Navy couldnt find a way to recover them. All nine members and their plane vanished without any communication for over a year. It went into a a place known as Xenos, a twin of Atlantis, created within another dimension. But one day over the Atlantic, the plane reappeared. It had a partial collision with a commercial flight. The Navy planes tail shredded and went down, off the coast of Florida. A fishing boat found Alan Maxwell, a veteran journalist who was with the team and he is floating in an inflatable vest. His legs were badly mangled and he is unconscious while a US Navy helicopter attempts to make a rescue.

In an effort to keep the lid on this former naval officer, Alan Maxwells account of the terrible secret that the Project Houdini team had discovered, the projects new director, egocentric Admiral Scott and his henchman Captain Sadowski, had the reporter subjected to a high-tech brainwashing technique. They then, in order to maintain anonymity, had him moved from one hospital to another. Only newspaper editor Harry Konenbergs stubborn belief in his veteran reporter defied the odds and kept Alan Maxwells remarkable story from being systematically sucked into an all-consuming National Security vacuum.

Project Houdini is a highly entertaining read that will take readers into a fascinating story that presents a very interesting plot about strange, mysterious secrets and disappearances occurring in the Bermuda Triangle and government conspiracies to hide the truth from the public under the guise of national security. Author Thom Fillinger has masterfully crafted an intriguing novel that will sure to catch the interest and stir the curiosity of most sci-fi readers who are into the secrets and mysteries genre.

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About the Author

Thomas William Fillinger was born on the eastside of Cleveland, Ohio and still lives there with his wife Patricia. They have four grown children. Timothy, Elizabeth, Carolyn, and Christina. He attended John Carroll University, The Automation Institute of Ohio and Adult Education courses in writing. Over the years, he has had a wide variety of jobs, anywhere from driving delivery trucks, to managing restaurants, to selling computer peripheral devices. Ever the story teller, now that he has retired, he has finally found the time to craft some intriguing books.

Project Houdini * by Thom Fillinger

Publication Date: December 26, 2012

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Denver Private Detective-Author Pens Mystery Novel Featuring Colorado Criminal Attorneys

Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 06, 2012

“Move over Sam Spade, Nick and Nora; make room for a Denver who-dun-it, Colleen Collinss The Zen Man. Brilliant and fast-paced writing. I couldnt put it down.”

~ Donnell Ann Bell, Award-Winning Author of The Past Came Hunting

When multi-published romance and mystery author Colleen Collins became a Denver private investigator, then eloped with her detective-lawyer partner, it was inevitable she’d write a suspense novel featuring private eyes, a dead lawyer, enough attorney-suspects to fill a shark tank, and a fast-paced murder investigation that careens from the mountains of Colorado to the streets of Denver — all laced with humor and romance.

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Just as washed-up criminal defense attorney, life-long Deadhead (nickname The Zen Man), and current PI Rick Levine decides to get relicensed as a lawyer, hes charged with killing one and ends up in the slammer with a half-mil bail.

Released on bond, Rick and his girlfriend Laura have 30 days to find the real killer. In the course of their investigations, they dig for dirt among Denvers shady legal backrooms to its tony corporate centers. Dodging bullets, a kidnapping, trumped-up charges and the FBI’s unwanted intervention, Rick and Laura continue tracking key suspects who have motive…eventually learning that true redemption begins at home.

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Books on Private Investigations by This Author

The following nonfiction books by Colleen Collins offer tips, techniques and resources about the world of private investigations:

How Do Private Eyes Do That? available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. “If you’re looking for the low-down on private investigations, this is it. Packed with details and insights. A must-have for anybody writing private-eye fiction and for anybody who’s curious about what being a private-eye is really like.” – Bill Crider, author of the Sheriff Dan Rhodes series and many other novels in multiple genres

How to Write a Dick: A Guide for Writing Fictional Sleuths from a Couple of Real-Life Sleuths, co-authored with Shaun Kaufman, available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. “If you’re an armchair sleuth or a writer of mysteries, this book is a wonderful resource; full of helpful insights, tips, and entertaining anecdotes.” – Mario Acevedo, best-selling author

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