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Paul D. Marks Books In Order

Publication Order of Duke Rogers P.I. Books

White Heat (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Broken Windows (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Vortex (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Collections

LA Late @ Night (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

Born Under A Bad Sign (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Free Fall (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
51-50 (2012) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Angels Flight (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Paul D. Marks is a published American author.

Marks is known for mystery thriller novels that feature people that have flaws or are not perfect trying to make up for wrongs in a world that can sometimes be unjust and corrupt. His work has won several awards, including the Shamus Award.

Marks says that his thriller novels are set in the nineties and contend with a variety of issues that are relevant to us today. These include immigration as well as racism. The author says that his novel Broken Windows provides ‘a prism’ for the reader to view events that are on the headlines today, like the debate over immigration, all through a lens of a ‘recent past’.

In addition to writing full length books, Marks has also written some short stories.They have appeared in various publications and also have been nominated for various awards, such as the Derringer award, Anthony Award, and Macavity Award.

Windward was also chosen in 2018 to be part of a collection of the best mystery stories in America for the year. It also won a Macavity Award. On top of that, one of his stories was voted to number one in an Ellory Queen poll of readers.

On top of being an author, he is also a co-editor of the anthology Coast to Coast. The anthology was nominated for several awards and is about private eye stories. He is also one of the last people to have ever shot one of their films on the MGM back lot, says Steven Bingen. Steven is a co-author of MGM, a book about the greatest back lots ever in Hollywood. He belongs to several writing groups in the Los Angeles area.

Paul D. Marks is the creator of the Duke Rogers series. This series kicked off for the first time in 2012, which is when readers were first able to get their hands on the debut novel, White Heat. Marks followed that up with a second novel in 2018, which is titled Broken Windows. If you are looking for a good mystery series to get into, check out the first two books in this series!

White Heat is the first novel in the Duke Rogers series by author Paul D. Marks. It is in this exciting debut story that readers get the opportunity to meet the main character and private eye for the first time.

Being a private investigator isn’t easy. Sometimes, you do it because you’re good at it, but the ones that stick around mostly do so because they want to make a difference. Private Investigator Duke Rogers is one of those types, but this time, he’s found himself straight in the middle of a sticky situation.

The situation is complex because there are potential racially-charged elements to it. While the cast might wait, Rogers has a bigger problem to immediately contend with. He needs to figure out how he his going to get out of Los Angeles’s notorious south central area and do so in one full piece. That’s because the riots are going on– the year is 1992.

People are reacting full force to the Rodney King trial, and the riots have gotten out of control. Things have never been more tense, and now the private eye is finding that history coming to life and in the making can be a real problem. Unfortunately for him, this is about to be the start of more problems to come his way.

Now he has a new gig as he is tasked with finding a client’s old friend. The friend would be an actress that is quickly coming up in the entertainment world. When the black actress is found dead, the detective has to wonder just what’s going on. He has suspicions that it was his client that is responsible for the death, but has no way to prove it yet.

Even though he knows that he did not do it, he still feels guilty. He feels somewhat responsible for the death of this young actress as he strongly believes that it was his client that murdered her in the first place. He is flooded with guilt, and the only way that he knows how to make up for his part in all of this is to try and bring a killer to justice.

Racked with guilt, the private eye sets out to find the killer and potentially his client. He starts by going to South Central to try and talk to the family of the actress. But while he is there, the riots start to take off. While trying to find a killer, he also has to contend with dangerous circumstances, his partner’s racist tendencies, and deal with the brother of the victim.

Duke must also figure out what to do in order to survive the riots while trying to solve a case and get his guy. Can he catch a killer, or will he come up short? Pick up this book to find out!

Broken Windows is the second novel in the Duke Rogers series. A storm is going on in California, all over a proposition regarding illegal aliens. When a woman kills herself by jumping off the Hollywood sign, a day laborer gets killed that was undocumented, and a disbarred lawyer puts ads in the paper saying that they’ll do anything that it takes for money, it’s clear things have escalated.

Now Duke Rogers is on the case. Already famous for solving his last big case, he thinks that he still must make up for the actress’s passing. He takes on the Carlos case and vows to find out who killed the laborer.

He’s trying to find out what his death, the ad, and a suicide all have to do with each other. With his partner Jack, Duke is on a case that is riddled with tension. As political storms gather, now is the time for this private eye to show what he is made of.

Can he solve the case? Will he be able to make up for his past sins? Find out by picking up a copy of this awesome mystery thriller for yourself!

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