Mafia Madame

In booze, gambling, and sex fueled 1980s Vegas, an unlikely Mafia kingpin was just making her way on to the scene – 18 year old Cyn Hardy.

Mafia Madame pulls the curtain back on the Las Vegas sex industry, the same way Casino revealed the inner workings of the gambling industry.

“Mafia Madame is a well-crafted story which will have you burning the midnight oil as you keep turning the pages to find out what happens next.” – R.J. Krzak, Award Winning Author

1984 – Las Vegas, Nevada. Infamous Mob Boss, Tony Spilotro’s reign in Vegas is ended by an assassination, leaving a power vacuum in his wake. 
Sin City is up for grabs and Chicago, Detroit and New York families are locked in a territorial struggle to stake their claim in the Gold Rush that is Eighties Vegas.
Enter Cyn, a wide-eyed, 18 year old, small town Michigan girl. After moving to Vegas and falling in love with the son of a Chicago Mob Boss, she finds herself entangled in the shadowy world of organized crime and the barely-legal sex industry.
It’s up to her to defeat her New York Mafia business rival, or risk losing everyone who has ever meant anything to her. Her series of dangerous and bold choices lead to a rich and surprising odyssey of love, family and loyalty.


Meet Alexa Spagnoli

Alexa Spagnoli was born in a small town in Michigan and grew up in a private beach community on the shoes of Lake Erie. At the age of 18 she went to Las Vegas and decided to stay, moving in with a Chicago mob associate, and began a whirlwind of a life. Her skills allowed her to become, a bookie, a model, an Outcall service owner and finally, owner of an Event Planning company.

Through the decades, Vegas morphed from sophisticated adult amusements, to family-friendly in the Eighties and early Nineties, to “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” in the 2000s, Alexa morphed along with it, finding opportunities to flourish. As Vegas became the biggest tourist attraction in the US, the money and opportunities got bigger. As the Mafia was run out of town by the Nevada Gaming Commission, she transitioned to Event Planning, utilizing her contacts to become a legitimate success in convention-rife Las Vegas.

In her debut novel Mafia Madame, she chronicles a truly unique Las Vegas story. Her real-life experiences color her gripping prose, lending authenticity and richness to her storytelling. Alexa refers to Mafia Madame as her almost-memoir, because she lived nearly everything in the novel. In her spare time Alexa enjoys reading, hiking, cooking and fine wine.

Rare Meat

Rare Meat is a memorably terrifying new horror novel which will challenge assumptions about your own morality and what you might do to take your last chance at the life you always wanted.
Evan Cornish always believed his life would turn out something special. It hasn’t. He’s trapped in the suburban, desk life he always dreamed he’d avoid, and it’s killing him. But he believes he might have found a bizarre, terrifying solution. He suspects his neighbour might just be a creature from old mythology. It hides among humans, it blends in. You need to know how to spot one, but if you do, and you have the stomach to hunt, murder and then actually eat one, what happens will change everything.
Rare Meat is a bloodcurdling novel by prize winning Irish author Alan Walsh. For fans of writers like Stephen King, Joe Hill and Dean Koontz.
“There are hunters in the hills. They talk of a creature that doesn’t need to eat or even breathe. And it looks like you or I. But it isn’t. Not even a little.”

Meet Alan Walsh

I’m an author living in Ireland, I’ve just published my second novel, Rare Meat, a horror novel about a desperate man who finds a monster which hides amongst people. Last year I won second prize in a national short story contest. I’m currently working on my next novel.

David DeLee Starter Pack

This first in series bundle contains the first book in each of David DeLee’s thrilling, edge-of-your-seat series featuring bounty hunter Grace deHaviland, ex-DEA agent Nick Lafferty, and NYPD detectives Frank Flynn & Christine Levy. Join them as they deal with the worst society has to offer. As they track down criminals, solve vicious murders, and bring the offenders to justice without losing themselves to the darkness in the process.

Meet David DeLee

David DeLee is the author of the award-winning Grace deHaviland Bounty Hunter series, the Nick Lafferty thriller series, and the Flynn & Levy police procedurals, among others. Of David’s work, Grace deHaviland’s been called “original, interesting, and a fascinating point of view character” and SUSPENSE MAGAZINE called Crystal White “…a dark portrayal of the evil that men–and women–can do.”

David is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers. He holds a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice and is a former licensed private investigator. A native New Yorker, David currently resides in New Hampshire.

For more information check out his website: www.daviddelee-author.com or join his mailing list: https://www.subscribepage.com/daviddelee

Don’t Kill Me Because I’m Beautiful

Brooklyn Petitjean is young, hot, rich, and hunted in post-pandemic Los Angeles, 2023, a city that’s cracking with tension, tent cities, roving Neo-Nazis, and a nasty gang of unemployed salesgirls. In this helter-skelter landscape, Brooklyn clashes with her fading movie star mother, finds love with a celibate ex-child star, and glimpses a terrifying future through a young psychic who tells her, “Something’s chasing you and it’s not done with you yet.” 

Reader’s Favorite Book Reviews ***** 
“What an excellent read for psychological thriller fans who are also curious about what goes on behind the beautiful faces and places, the glitz, gloom, and glamour of Hollywood… Readers follow Brooklyn’s thoughts and movements with increasing tension, and when she comes face to face with the real monsters of her childhood, she can barely breathe, and neither can we!… The complex plot is thoroughly engaging and full of twists.”

IndieReader—
“Gewirtz writes with an enjoyable poison-pen tone… “…an engrossing story with a dizzying array of complicated plot lines, many of which speak to timely topics like ageism, cancel culture, and even… the Coronavirus pandemic. It’s a thrilling, engaging read that will keep readers in suspense until the last page.” 

Foreword/Clarion Reviews— 
“Fascinating descriptions of the machinations of the movie industry also come through… Ending on a note of grace, Don’t Kill Me Because I’m Beautiful is a dark thriller in which Hollywood’s beauty belies its true evil.” 

Online Book Club —
“Don’t Kill Me Because I’m Beautiful is an intriguing story with an array of complicated plots and twists in a storyline that examines human behavior.” 


“The book is a page-turner, full of terrors and compassion, with the sense that some of the events happened or came damned near close to happening.” —Amazon Customer

“Every plot twist (and there are many) had me guessing — and then surprised. Perfect, escapist entertainment…”
— Amazon Customer 

“An array of fascinating, funny, and freaky characters. I highly recommend.” — Amazon Customer


Meet H. Gewirtz

H. Gewirtz is a twice Emmy-nominated and three-time Writer’s Guild of America Award nominee for such television shows as The Simpsons, The Larry Sanders Show, Everybody Hates Chris, and many more. DON’T KILL ME BECAUSE I’M BEAUTIFUL is his debut novel and he says it’s the best and most satisfying writing he’s ever done. H. Gewirtz lives in Los Angeles with his artist wife, Karen. His son Connor, a RISD graduate created the cover art for the novel.