Kent Wallace Novel On-Sale Now

Kent Wallace has signed a book deal with Sunset Thomas’ publisher World Audience Inc. Wallace’s first novel, Death’s Green Eyes, is a contemporary murder mystery that takes readers into society’s seedy underbelly—where drugs, prostitution, double-crossing and death abound…

Wallace has worked in both the mainstream media and adult industry for over 25 years. He has been writer, publisher and marketing strategist. His credits include such sophisticate titles as: Hustler, Screw, Barely Legal, Hot Chocolate & Bordello Confidential. His writing has also appeared in Source, NY Metro and Notorious.

He was a contributing writer for the book, Down and Life in the Underground—The Max’s Kansas City Story.

Wallace was a publicist for both the Bunnyranch and the Kit Kat Guest Ranch. His adult-insider status has landed him appearances on Montel, The Tyra Banks Show, The John Walsh Show and the Rikki Lake show.

About the Book: Death’s Green Eyes is a contemporary murder mystery which revolves around the main character–Wade Ellington. Wade is knock-around guy who has done everything and seen more–from drug smuggling to prostitution; from providing protection to those who need it, to retrieving things for people who can’t go through traditional channels for help…Ellington has thrived in society’s underbelly–mingling with hookers and hit-men, crooked cops and mafia capos…A desperate late night telephone call from a long ago friend and lover–an ex-prostitute turned movie star–throws him into a frenzied case of whodunit…Against his better judgment and the advice of his patrono, Ellington’s conscience and unorthodox belief system force him to find the killer–in the process he finds love and self-respect. Simply put, Wade Ellington is a good guy with a bad boy background.

As written by Kent Wallace, Death’s Green Eyes has an unmistakably real voice. The author obviously knows his subject. And this is what is missing in crime novels these days.

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