This book was a Winner in the 2016 Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards (Under the title: Resort Isle.
San Diego Detective Frank Dugan has just become a victim of ruthless criminals who have passed in and out of prison, and continue to perform their grisly acts in free society. Dugan wants them put someplace where they can never return and never harm innocents again, and presents an innovative solution to this revolving door crime dilemma to the government. The result is Murderers Island, a lonely tropical dot in the Pacific Ocean, surrounded by the most vicious sharks known to man, a place from which there is no escape and virtually no supervision. This resort is the last vacation the baddest of the bad will ever get.
But Detective Dugan never figured that one day he’d be the guest of his own invention, a permanent resident at this island, where many that he sent there can’t wait to kill him.
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Paul Sekulich is a thoroughly traveled writer who has lived in New York, Boston, Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago, Charleston, Norfolk, Raleigh, Stuart and Palm Beach, Florida, Manhattan Beach, and Los Angeles and Hollywood, California. He holds a B.A. degree in Theatre and Communications from the University of Maryland and Masters of Fine Arts credits from Towson University and the University of Southern California.
He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (now SAG-AFTRA) and the Actors Equity Association. As a former professor of theatre he has directed numerous professional and college productions, and has taught acting, directing and scriptwriting.
In Hollywood he worked as a contributing writer and script doctor for two, prime time television comedy series. (Cheers and Head of the Class)
As an author, he has completed his first three thriller novels, The Omega Formula, and A Killer Season. His third book, another Detective Frank Dugan thriller, Murderers’ Island, a Writer’s Digest winner for 2016 genre fiction. In the summer of 2017 (then titled Resort Isle), he plans to debut Murder Comes to Paradise, in the Frank Dugan detective series and an historical romance titled Martha’s Letters this winter.
He has written, acted in, produced and directed films, commercials and stage productions since he was 18 and has won awards for his work. He owned and operated The Limestone Dinner Theatre for several years and now teaches college seminars on novel writing, self-publishing, editing, and screenwriting for television and the movies.