Wolf DeVoon is the author of six novels, including three adventures starring Chris and Peachy, repeatedly challenged to risk their lives in 'A Portrait of Valor', then tasked to unravel a wave of increasingly grisly serial murders at a Hollywood studio in 'The Tar Pit', and finally at the vortex of a $3 billion cybercurrency and CIA black ops to stop it, in 'Charity.' The author is also known for anarcho-capitalist theory ('Laissez Faire Law', 2007, and 'Constitution of Government in Galt's Gulch', 2014), science fiction saga 'Mars Shall Thunder', and a much admired confession of folly and intransigence, 'First Feature: A Rake's Progress in Downtown Gomorrah'. His futuristic web serial 'The Good Walk Alone' has been published in paperback. Award-winning author L.B. Johnson observed that DeVoon's fictional hero Chris Cable is "a master of sly observations, of the truths hidden in words, not the least bit afraid to ask for that which defies policy and common sense... a big dose of literary fun, that even if played out in today's world, echoes to the time when men were men, and writers weren't afraid to tell stories." High praise indeed. In a former life, Wolf DeVoon was a film and television director. We all have to start somewhere.
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The Case Files of Cable & Blount: Three Complete Novels
by Wolf DeVoon
Classy, brutal, surprising saga of an L.A. detective and the Silicon Valley babe who falls for him. A modern Nick and Nora Charles who travel the world, put their lives at risk repeatedly as a statement of pride. Mature content that's straight red hot hetero, told in graphic scenes that will make you blush. Intrigue, espionage and Marine Corps heroism, with romance a prize worth winning.
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