Earlier this week, we shared news of Two for the Money, a new release from writer and actor Steve Zettler. We're following up to make sure you don't miss this thriller in which "even the twists have twists"—and to let you know about other works by Steve, including a novel and a screenplay that you can download from his website FREE! Learn more at SteveZettler.com.
Also, if you happen to be in the Philly area, you can catch Steve live and in-person at these upcoming events:
- October 26, 6:30 PM: Head House Books, 619 South Second Street, Philadelphia, PA
- November 4, 1:00 PM: Barnes & Noble, 1708 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
Genre: Thriller, Financial Thriller, Organized Crime
4.8 stars, 21 ratings on Goodreads
Ebook: From $6.49
What happens when millions in cold cash evaporates into thin air? And the only people aware of its disappearance are a collection of misfits, bunglers, and crooked CIA agents? The one person on earth who knows exactly where that cash is located is a legless, ex-Navy SEAL, confined to a wheelchair.
Sam Christie has come to South Philly to visit the grave of a former Secret Service Agent. But he’s walking straight into a sinister trap...a trap that will take him to the exact spot where the Americas meet, and pit him against ruthless mercenaries, an unrelenting cop, and rogue CIA agents.
Praise for Two for the Money
- “A wild search for missing millions that brought to my mind The Treasure of Sierra Madre.” ~Jonathan Santlofer, The Last Mona Lisa
- “Constant action, breakneck twists, and a vivid cast of double-dealing spies, battle-scarred vets, and old school gangsters.” ~Dennis Tafoya, The Poor Boys Game
More Works by Steve Zettler
Note: The free downloads are Ronin, a full-length novel written for MGM after a screenplay by J.D. Zeik & Richard Weisz (David Mamet), and Birds Do It, four one-act plays by Steve Zettler. The Crossword Mystery Series consists of 12 books written by Nero Blanc, a collaboration created by the husband-and-wife writing team of Steve Zettler and Cordelia Frances Biddle.