Motor City Death Squad

Motor City Death Squad

by Peter V. Sellars

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Overview

Clandestine Shadow decides to settle in Detroit. The retired police officer, who had led a team of assassins in San Francisco [Bay City Death Squad] during that city's "clean up," does not like what he sees in his new neighborhood. He carefully assembles a new team. Gang members, drug addicts, thieves, corrupt politicians, and homeless filth on the streets and in the abandoned warehouses of Detroit cannot hide from The Motor City Death Squad.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780979917455
Publisher: Peter V. Sellars
Publication date: 03/08/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 725
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Peter V. Sellars first became interested in writing while taking a feature writing class in college.This interest led him to write many articles for various magazines and to writing and publishing two books: The History of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in the City of San Francisco and Calling Out From The Past. From a position of being a veteran of the Marine Corps,  combined with a degree in Criminal Justice, his fictional writing on areas related to crime lend to a plausible story line and an interesting writing style. He and his wife live in the bay area.  He has sold thousands of his books in various book stores in San Francisco including the famous City Lights Book Store, Book Passage, the California Historical Society, and Alexander Book Company. His book The History of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in the City of San Francisco is in every library branch in San Francisco, as well as the Bancroft Library (Berkeley, CA), University of San Francisco, and University of California-Stanford (Palo Alto, CA).In addition to writing books on history and fictional novels, he also writes freelance articles for various magazines. His articles have been found in the Crossroads magazine (of the Marines' Memorial Association, San Francisco) and the California Odd Fellows and Rebekah.

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