A Novel Of Murder, Theft, Betrayal And Money … Lots Of It …
Joey used to be a carefree surfer kid on Venice Beach. But as the youngest son of a notorious gangster, it seems he can’t escape the life. Soon he’s forced to prove himself by leading a team in the heist of the century. Will he be able to pull it off?
Vince was always worried about getting to lectures on time … and spending time with his hot girlfriend. But everything changes when he’s embroiled in his detective father’s world. Now he’s on the run for his life from the mob.
FBI Agent Monica is smart, beautiful, tough and unyielding. Caught in the middle of the mob and the police, her loyalty is being questioned by both sides. But Monica seems to have her own agenda … In a world where corruption is rife, she will be tested to the limit.
Who can be trusted and who will be left standing? And who will ultimately escape with all the money? A showdown is set in motion and no one will be left unscathed.
In this elaborately plotted, fast-paced thriller, Phil Philips takes you on a roller coaster ride that will keep you guessing until the very last page.
About the Author
Phil Philips is known by friends and family as a renaissance man, into anything and everything. Coming from a vast digital media background, with over fifteen years as a Senior Graphic Designer working in the advertising industry. He thrives to create pieces of artwork, whether it’s designing a magazine layout, editing a video composition, painting in oils, or writing page turning thriller novels.
Phil Philips writing style has been linked to James Patterson and Matthew Reilly. He lives in Sydney Australia and is the author to two novels: Fortune in Blood and Mona Lisa’s Secret. Having set Fortune in Blood in the city of Santa Monica, Phil took his family over to Los Angeles for a holiday and to do some research. He scouted locations and spoke with many locals in the area to give the novel that authentic feel.
Having been to Paris and having a love for art. Mona Lisa’s Secret followed soon after. As both novels have a cinematic essence about them, Hollywood screenplays are also on the cards in hopes for the ultimate dream: a movie deal. It’s only a matter of time…
Phil Philips is a member of The Australian Society of Authors and the NSW Writers’ Centre.