Luna Nightcrow isn’t your average morning until late afternoon insurance investigator. She’s armed with a high voltage Yellowjacket Stun Gun smartphone protector and brains and beauty that are even more formidable. What’s more, she’s freelance: All yours, anytime, but only if the price is right. And after putting Iowa crop insurance cheats out to pasture, Luna’s on her way to Hawaii, but not for a vacation. “The Shilpa”, an Indian luxury liner, sinks and Luna’s hired to determine if it still carries “Pacific Splendor”: A rare diamond insured for $15 million. The trouble is that Luna’s not the only one looking for the stone. Secessionists, sportsmen, and other suspects might sink to any depths to recover or smother Pacific Splendor.
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James Blakley was educated at Missouri Western State College and Washburn University. While at MWSC, he was a local and national award-winning columnist and section editor of “The Griffon-News.” Blakley worked 10 1/2 years as a page and as an Assistant Librarian for the River Bluffs Regional Libraries of St. Joseph, MO. He currently lives in Topeka,KS where he worked for The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library and several years in clerical and customer support capacities for international computer companies, such as EDS and HP.
Blakley prefers reading history, current events, and allegorical fiction, and runs the gamut cinematically. And besides writing in his spare time, Blakley is an avid pro sports fan who enjoys playing men’s fast-pitch softball. His latest novel, “The Diamond Head Deception”, won a Finalist for Multicultural Fiction Medal in the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Competition.