My latest release, The Dark Lily, is not just another foray into the genre of spy fiction as well as a return to the swinging sixties, but also a prequel to my other 1960s set spy novelette The Other Side of the Curtain. So for those of you who’ve been dying to learn how Zane Smith and Shoushan Kariyan first met (all ten of you or so who read The Other Side of the Curtain, that is, since it’s not exactly my most popular work), this is the story that answers all your questions.
Plus, it’s got a really gorgeous cover inspired by the psychedelic artwork of Wes Wilson and Peter Max. For those who want more visuals, I’ve started a Pinterest board for the Zane Smith and Shoushan Kariyan stories and another for the Silencer series.
The Dark Lily
Beirut, 1965. Eccentric American billionaire Zane Smith is quite entranced by tattooed dancer known only as the Dark Lily. In fact, he is so entranced that he takes her back to his hotel room for a private performance. It’s only when he wakes up in the morning with one hell of a headache and the Dark Lily gone that Smith realizes he may have bitten off more than he can chew.
However, none of the valuables in Smith’s hotel room is missing – nothing save an invitation to a party at the American embassy in Beirut. But why would an exotic dancer attempt to snatch an invitation to an embassy party for herself? And who is the mysterious Dark Lily?
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More formats coming soon.