Kindle Countdown Deal: Only Two Cats by J. Frank James
Author J. Frank James announced today that he will be running a Kindle Countdown Deal for his book Only Two Cats. The ebook will be discounted on Amazon from May 26 through June 2, 2015.
Only Two Cats is an action packed crime thriller. It is the second book in the Lou Malloy Crime Series.
Everything was going along as planned for Lou Malloy. He had figured out a way to get the money that he had hidden from when he robbed the casino, and was happily living with Hilary Kelly on Turtle Point. However, as always, Malloy’s life is never calm for long…
Hilary decides to adopt two cats. Malloy hated cats, and to make matters worse he soon learns that these are not your typical house cats… MOJO is a black three hundred pound wild Panther from a neighboring wildlife sanctuary, and Pumpkin is a snow leopard.
Malloy then learns that one of the bags of money that he has from when he robbed the Golden Slipper Casino 17 years ago contains important computer disks and hard drives that are used in the manufacturing of counterfeit currency of various countries in the world. A secret black opts group within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has made it clear that they want the disks to prevent financial terrorists from getting their hands on the technology.
A team of Miami gangbangers tries to raid Malloy’s property to find the computer technology. Malloy and his friend, Crusher, fight them off, but Hilary and Bunny, their significant others, end up being kidnapped and taken to Cuba. The kidnappers threaten to kill them unless Malloy delivers the computer disks and hard drives. Malloy and his team, traveling in a special configured yacht, fight off a hurricane and battle the kidnappers off the coast of Key West only to watch them escape.
Traveling to Cuba, Malloy fights to save Hilary and Bunny, while trying to protect the security of the technology.
About the Author:
J. Frank James is the author of crime thriller novels. His books are gripping and suspenseful.
Jim’s novels have the elements necessary of good crime novels that keep readers glued to the pages from start to finish. Although Jim’s crime novels are fiction works, they are exciting to read because of their authentic nature. They are written with the backing of Jim’s experience in law, so they are believable situations that have the readers wanting to find out what happens next just like they would in any crime situation.
They offer the readers just enough information to keep them guessing and trying to solve the crimes until the end of the books when they are actually revealed. Jim’s books are also fresh and unique takes on crime as well, though. They are not the same whodunit type books that have been done over and over again. By infusing his personal travels into his books, Jim creates characters and atmospheres based on just enough truth to be relatable.
Plus, Jim’s books have everything in them from robbery to prison to family. They have hard and soft elements simultaneously to really capture the life of a hardened criminal who is still very human and struggles with the same human emotions as the rest of society. At the same time, Jim gives the reader perspectives from private investigators to balance out the story.
Jim’s books even have a hit of romance when his characters come to care for each other as more than just friends. Then, crime and love mixes to create a dynamic atmosphere that is even more complicated than ever before since characters care not only for each other but for their other family members as well. Jim has an amazing way of incorporating various elements into his latest crime novels to create thrillers that readers cannot get enough of, which is perhaps why all four of his books so far carry on one from the other to continue the same story concerning the hardened criminal who did 15 years in prison, Lou Malloy and who comes to be his partner, private investigator, Hilary Kelly. The two of them go it together to create gripping stories that keep readers coming back for more.
Jim is an artist and creates all of his own book covers.