Empty Places (The Peter Brandt Thrillers Book 1)
What reviewers are saying about Empty Places: "A powerful and memorable thriller, Empty Places will certainly be well received by fans of the genre and bodes well for the next novel from Martin Roy Hill. Highly recommended!" - Book Viral "Hill's writing is vastly impressive... " - e-Thriller.com Named Thriller of the Month by e-Thriller.com (March 2014) "A fantastic job of keeping the tension slowly simmering ... " - Reader's Favorite
The year is 1987. Battle-scarred news service correspondent Peter Brandt returns from covering the wars in Central America to bury his ex-wife, Palm Springs TV reporter Robin Anderson, after her brutal murder. When Peter discovers the local police refuse to investigate Robin's murder, he sets out with an old friend, retired cop Matt Banyon, to find her killer. Unearthing a shadow world of sex and drugs, political corruption, and a wealthy Cuban freedom fighter with a suspicious past, Peter and Matt soon become targets themselves. Peter must finally face his own demons - and death in a dark and empty place. A modern noir classic.
Books by Martin Roy Hill
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What reviewers are saying about Eden: "An Out-of-The Box Blend of SciFi, Thriller, and Military Encounters!" - D. Donovan, Mid-West Book Review. "A quick and thought-provoking read." - The Kindle Book Review. "Move over Dan Brown, Martin Roy Hill has arrived." - Liam Saville, author of Predator Strike! and Resolute Action.