NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Hailed by The New York Times as "High class suspense," Warren Adler's Fiona Fitzgerald mystery series has a new installment in Washington Masquerade. The complete series, including the New York Times 'Notable Crime' book, American Quartet, has been optioned for television development by Grey Eagle Films in collaboration with Sennet Entertainment.
Daughter of a senator, Fiona Fitzgerald is an unlikely hero in Washington D.C.'s predominantly male police force. Raised in the lofty social circles of the nation's capital, she now uses her networks to gain access to the highest echelons of the political nexus. With a sterling reputation for handling politically sensitive cases, Fiona is exclusively assigned high profile cases involving the U.S. Capitol's power players. In Washington Masquerade, Adam Burns, controversial columnist and fierce Presidential critic, is dead. Rumored to be the victim of a government hit squad, the case of the dead reporter leads Detective Fitzgerald to conspiracy theories, false accusations and surprising revelations as she races against time to unravel the truth and clear the President's name.
Adler brings unsurpassed authenticity to his Washington D.C. based mystery series with over 35 years of experience in media and politics in the nation's capital. He co-founded The Washington Dossier magazine, and owned an advertising and PR agency specializing in politics and real estate. Adler also served as a White House correspondent for the American Forces Press service.
Praise for the Fiona Fitzgerald Mystery series
American Quartet: "High class suspense." New York Times
American Sextet: "A book you won't be able to put down." Grand Rapids Press
Immaculate Deception: "A snappy savvy Washington-insider's political murder mystery, which is both entertaining and amusing." Daily Record
Warren Adler is best known for Random Hearts, the PBS American Playhouse Series adaptation of his short-story collection The Sunset Gang and The War of the Roses starring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner. His sequel to the iconic divorce story, The War of the Roses; The Children, is in development by Grey Eagle Films and Permut Presentations. Other works optioned by Hollywood and major television networks include Private Lies, Funny Boys, Madeline's Miracles, Trans-Siberian Express and the Fiona Fitzgerald mystery series. His most recent release, Target Churchill, was an Amazon 'Historical Thriller' instant bestseller. Adler is the author of 35 books, which have been translated into 25 languages worldwide. More info at www.warrenadler.com.
Washington Masquerade is a Stonehouse Productions release and is available via all major book retailers for $9.95 (eBook) & $15.95 (Paperback). Stonehouse is proud to introduce Vook as its publishing and distribution partner. For more information visit http://www.warrenadler.com/stonehouse.
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