September 1940
In London, a high-level British Agent is found murdered in a safe house known only to the Intelligence service—the clues lead to a mysterious order of assassins, a list of targets—and to Mason Wright.

Frank “Sully” Sullivan, an American working for British Intelligence, is responsible for finding the person who murdered his friend. Unsure of Mason’s involvement, he wonders if he is the man responsible, or the group’s next victim. Sully is just going to have to trust him for now.

Finding the answers may lie in Occupied France. Mason, Sully, and of course Collette who refuses to be left behind, follow the clues into Nazi-occupied territory to find out who is behind the killings. Joining the newly formed Resistance in a small town outside of Paris, their trail takes them through Loire Valley wine country, uncovering dark secrets of the Third Reich, and eventually leading them face to face with Mason’s old nemesis.

The second book in the Mason Wright Series, The Secrets of Saint Joanna will take you from the streets of wartime London, through a remote Spanish train station at the base of the Pyrenees, and into Occupied France. With the help of the owners of a local winery, some old and new friends, Mason, Sully, and Collette risk their lives in search of answers.
Paperback: $14.95, Hardback: $28.95, Ebook: $4.99

  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • ISBN: Paperback: 978-0-9994623-7-9, Hardback: 978-0-9994623-8-6
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January 1940

Late on a rainy night in New York City, Mason Wright is surprised in his apartment by Collette Moulie, the daughter of a family friend, with an urgent plea for help. She convinces him to come to France and help her father with a very important task; one that she says will help preserve the very culture of the French people. Reluctantly, Mason agrees and immediately steps into the world of fine art, stolen paintings, and master forgeries. He travels to France, under the shadows of the advancing Nazi army, to learn more. Once there, Mason realizes that he has immediately become one of the most wanted men in France, if not all of Europe.

Putting his trust in a man he barely knows and possessing information about one of the world’s great art collections, Mason traverses the catacombs and streets of Paris with a suitcase containing information that some will stop at nothing to attain. While being pursued by black marketeers, German spies, and an old friend out to stop him, Mason learns early on that there is no one he can trust. Can he find his way out of France before the Blitzkrieg begins?

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