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Joey Mancuso Mysteries Vol. 1-5

New York City murder mystery series.

The first five volumes of the Joey Mancuso & Father O’Brian Mystery Series are now available at a killer bargain.

This rare crime mystery series has something for everyone—a tough guy, three awesome women, and a classic Golden Age gentleman-detective clergyman. The twist? The cop and the cleric are half-brothers who operate a PI firm out of their bar.

It’s a made-to-order for lovers of traditional mysteries, with the kinds of twists and scams and puzzles that warm a mystery fan’s heart like a shot of Jameson. Think Matt Scudder meets Father Brown. Also recommended for fans of Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer mystery series, and, of course, the Sherlock Holmes adventures.

Series on Kindle $8.95.




When one of Joey and Father Dom’s best customers dies in an apparent suicide —a Wall Street guy celebrating a new client the night before– they’re just not feeling it. They know he wasn’t a guy who wanted to die; and they quickly find out he was someone a lot of people wanted dead.


Just in time for Christmas, a wealthy real estate developer named Harold Longworth is on trial for the murder of his wife in the bedroom of their Long Island mansion, and the Manhattan elite are glued to their seats. Things are looking pretty grim when his team asks Joey to investigate the case, but better when he discovers that Mrs. Longworth’s personal and professional lives were a sticky web of secrets and lies, populated by a rogues’ gallery of jealous lovers and corporate conspirators.


Joey is called in to help the Midtown South precinct solve a series of brutal murders targeting young professional women. Case #1 at first seems to be an eve of kinky sex gone wrong. But when second and third bodies turn up—this time with the sign of the cross carved into their breasts—New York’s finest think they have a serial killer on their hands.


From the beginning, there’s just something funny about parents who didn’t report a missing student right away, and days later still want no police. Hold it here! This is their beloved daughter, last seen leaving for a date. Why wouldn’t they want as much firepower as they can get? Because they know too much, that’s why—and Owen Parr’s clever detective senses that. Joey’s first job’s to save the girl, but no way he’s going to stop there. The scrappy PI and ex-cop’s going to get answers if it kills him.


Joey Mancuso was just a kid when he watched a stranger walk into a Little Italy bar, shoot his mobster dad in the chest, and calmly walk back out, disappearing into the Manhattan din. The murder was never solved. And the old mob adage “an eye for an eye” went unfulfilled. But now, at death’s door, infamous mobster Tony the Hammer summons Joey and utters three mysterious words: “Wetherly Stevens, Barcelona.” Joey has no doubt he’s just been told how to find his father’s killer.

How did Owen come up with the plot of “The Case of the Antiquities Collector?”

As you know by now, I don’t just write a murder scene and have the characters begin to solve it. That’s typical of a one-hour TV series episode. My approach is more like a rollercoaster ride, we’re going to get to the end, but, in between, you’re going to experience a few twists and turns. Having said that, The Case of the Antiquities Collector, the main plot was dropped in my lap by a good friend who’s family member works for the DA of New York City. It deals with the intricate plot of Sumerian antiquities being smuggled from Syria and Iraq to London and New York.
In my research for the book, I found the following quote:
-In a statement, Manhattan District Attorney said: “The art world must acknowledge that stolen antiquities are not simply collectible commercial property, but evidence of cultural crimes committed around the world. These important historical relics must be treated with caution and care, and galleries, auction houses, museums, and individual collectors must be willing to conduct proper due diligence to ensure that an item has not been unlawfully acquired.” Colin Moynihan, New York Times – October 11, 2017.

For there I let the creative juices, or as Hercule Poirot would say,”put those little gray cells to work,” and developed the rest of the story. We’ll make stops in Miami, US Virgin Islands, and of course Manhattan.

Luxury boats in the harbor of Charlotte Amalie off the coast of St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands

Where did Owen get the idea for The Murder of Paolo Mancuso?

One of the editorial reviewers correctly noticed that in The Murder of Paolo Mancuso, my latest Joey Mancuso crime mystery novel, there are three stories in one. Good pick up on his part. One of the stories deals with a series of murders on South Carolinas’ Daufuskie Island. While visiting with family in Hilton Head in the winter of 2018 for New Year’s, we took a day trip to Daufuskie Island. 
The island is small, and most everyone has a golf cart. At the same time, it appeared to me that the inhabitants were a microcosm of the US, – all levels of social statuses. From guarded private entry communities to small shacks occupied by the local Geeches, -descendants of African-Americans from Georgia and Florida dating back to the late 1800’s.  While there we ate at an outdoor burger place alongside a group of well-dressed teenagers sporting spiffy golf carts, obviously sons of the top echelon of the island. In the novel, these fellows became the Boys from The Citadel, better known as The Arrogant’s. I’m sure unfairly to them, but that’s how my mind works. Sorry guys, nothing personal. By the way, you’ll enjoy a little history lesson about the 1800’s and the conflicts between the Spaniards, British and Indian tribes of the time, as new settlements were taking hold in the south.

The second story in the book, which I tie into the above, is the actual search for those responsible in killing Joey’s father, – Paolo. This part of the story is a carryover from previous books in the series, which Joey has spoken about, but unable to solve after twenty-years of the murder being a cold-case in NYC. A stop in Barcelona, Spain and Morocco, will add to the scenery in the book.

Finally, Joey Mancuso comes to grip some demons from his past. He takes an inner-directed analysis of what drives him and if he’s running from or to something. A little clue, – his Dad’s history as a member of one of NY’s mafia families, had quite an effect on young Joey when at the age of sixteen, he witnessed his Dad’s murder.

I think this is one of my best novels and I know you will enjoy reading it.


A cadre of FBI and DOJ agents are conducting an investigation of the newly elected president of the United States in Washington, D.C., for suspected…

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A cadre of FBI and DOJ agents are conducting an investigation of the newly elected president of the United States in Washington, D.C., for suspected ties to the Russian government. A presumed Russian spy is found tortured and shot in the face in his high-rise condominium in South Beach, Florida.
Incredibly, the perpetrators of the gruesome murder correctly copied the manner in which the victim was killed, as described in best-selling author, Jack Ryder’s last novel.
Jack is a forty-year-old divorcee, and retired financial analyst turned crime mystery writer. His new lifestyle does not include; – alarm clocks, suits, or ties – living carefree onboard a forty-four-foot yacht with his beagle – Max, enjoying the peace of South Beach, and the clubs and ladies that abound the area.
Logan Robert, former Army Special Forces and now homicide detective for the Miami Beach Police Department, gives Jack a choice; either be under suspicion for the murder or help solve this crime. But, there’s a condition; -because of the Feds hovering around the MBPD station like flies on molasses, waiting to see what the MBPD uncovers; -the murder investigation must be conducted from Jack’s boat, the Easy Ryder, docked at the Miami Beach Marina, while a bogus parallel investigation continues from the police station for the benefit of the Feds.
Jack wants no part of this. However, his choice of being embroiled in a murder inquiry with the Feds or helping solve the crime, especially one in which he feels plagiarized and violated, makes the decision obvious.
Multi Award Winning author and master storyteller, Owen Parr, has a new hit series; Jack Ryder, Logan Robert Crime Mysteries. The case of the Dead Russian Spy, is book one in the novella series.



An International Mystery & Crime Thriller

At 16, he saw his dad gunned down, now he has a chance to find the killer…

PI Joey Mancuso was just a kid when he watched a stranger walk into a Little Italy bar, shoot his mobster dad in the chest, and calmly walk back out, disappearing into the Manhattan din. The murder was never solved. And the old mob adage “an eye for an eye” went unfulfilled.


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But now, at death’s door, infamous mobster Tony the Hammer summons Joey and utters three mysterious words: “Wetherly Stevens, Barcelona.” Joey has no doubt he’s just been told how to find his father’s killer.

Revenge, deep-seated wounds, that agonizing cold case, and a mysterious series of small town murders all come to a head in the 5th hard-boiled Mancuso/O’Brian mystery—with a dash of international intrigue—when witty ex-cop Joey, with the help of his PI brother, Father Dominic O’Brian, attempts to track down his father’s murderer in Barcelona and Hilton Head, SC.

From tantalizing tapas near La Sagrada Familia to bourbon-soaked pulled pork sandwiches at a South Carolina B&B, murder couldn’t get any more flavorful—or more personal.

Armed with only those three words, and—true to form—with no plan and very little research, Joey flies straight to Barcelona, where he tracks down a partner of Wetherly Stevens, a New York financial investment firm with offices in Spain. But what does a New York wise guy have in common with an investment banker?

Perhaps retired partner Alexander Wetherly has answers. Next stop: Hilton Head, where Wetherly is happily ensconced with a houseful of help serving up bottomless Arnold Palmers. But a peaceful Q&A on quaint Daufuskie Island turns murderous when the elderly gentleman who runs Joey’s B&B winds up stabbed to death. And this isn’t the first murder of its kind—it seems Daufuskie Island has a grisly and deeply-seated cold case all its own.

With the help of his cohorts—including Father Dom and a talented hacker (their researcher, Agnes)– Joey meticulously puts together the pieces of two puzzles at once—and scrutinizes the connections between them—hoping to solve his father’s murder while preventing another from haunting the Carolina shores.

One part seductive international travel story, one part old school cold case murder mystery, Joey Mancuso’s antics will prove a delight to PI and poilice procedural fans of Raymond Chandler, Joseph Wambaugh, Lawrence Block, and Rex Stout. Also recommended for fans of Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer mystery series, and, of course, the Sherlock Holmes adventures.

Author Owen Parr is a multi-award-winning novelist and best-selling author in the crime mystery genre whose acclaimed novels have received multiple awards. Parr is in the financial industry and a veteran of Wall Street from which he weaves and infuses many of the crimes in his novels utilizing some literary licenses.

For immediate release:

1- New Apple Literary Services awards The Murder of Paolo Mancuso as their “Official Selection” in the Crime-Legal genre for 2019.


2- Author’s new book receives a warm literary welcome.

Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the Fiction – Crime book “The Murder of Paolo Mancuso” by Owen Parr, currently available at: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1723308986.

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“Reviewed By Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite”

The Murder of Paolo Mancuso: A Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery, Book 5 is a hard-boiled sleuth mystery novel written by Owen Parr. While this is the fifth book in Parr’s series, the author gives enough background information within the story for it to be enjoyed as a standalone novel. When Tony (The Hammer) Falcone called Joey to his deathbed at Rikers Correctional Center, he gave Joey a name, Wetherley Stevens, and he told him to look in Barcelona. Joey had been waiting twenty years for a clue, any clue that could help him understand why there had been a hit placed on his father. Joey had been sixteen years old then, and thought of himself as part of the family. He had been there in that bar in Little Italy, with his dad and Tony the Hammer, when the man walked in and shot Tony and Joey’s dad. Tony survived, but Joey’s dad didn’t. Joey couldn’t understand why the family didn’t seek vengeance, nor did the police seem to do much to apprehend the killer, and the case quickly was consigned to the cold case files. Now, Tony’s deathbed confession finally gave Joey something to work with, and he was determined to find the answers which had so long evaded him.

The Murder of Paolo Mancuso is a tense and gripping tale about vengeance and a son’s need to understand the facts behind his father’s murder. This is the first Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian book that I’ve read, but it definitely won’t be the last. Parr quickly familiarized me with the main characters in his series, and I loved being in sunny Barcelona along with Joey as he investigates the Wetherley Stevens’ clue. Parr’s Joey Mancuso speaks in the first person, a device that made me feel as if I were privy to his every thought and plan, and it was quite effective in keeping up the suspense. Parr’s characters are everything I could hope for in a detective/private eye series. Father Dom works quite well as Joey’s older brother and business partner, and Agnes, their office manager and “hacker extraordinaire,” is a perfect complement to the two brothers. The plot keeps the reader thinking, puzzling facts out along with Joey and being not quite sure what is going to happen throughout, and it is a positive delight for the armchair sleuth who likes their mysteries anything but cozy. And yes, I had a grand time reading this book. The Murder of Paolo Mancuso: A Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery, Book 5 is most highly recommended.”

“Reviewed By Melinda Hills for Readers’ Favorite”

With no pending cases for his team, private detective Joey Mancuso decides to look into a 20-year-old cold case – the murder of his father in a bar in Little Italy, New York City in The Murder of Paolo Mancuso: A Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery by Owen Parr. After all this time, it turns out that a death-bed clue by Paolo’s best friend, who was also injured in the shooting, gives Joey what he needs to start an investigation.

While tracking down the names given by Antonio Falcone right before his death, Joey finds himself in the middle of an unrelated murder on an exclusive South Carolina island. This blows Joey’s cover and makes his investigation into his father’s murder a bit more difficult, but his crew in New York do what they do best – dig deep, follow suspects, and come up with more information to guide Joey from New York to Barcelona, Spain, and eventually Morocco. As ‘the last advocate for the victim’, Joey is relentless in uncovering the past and digging up well-hidden secrets. Will he finally get justice for a crime committed so long ago?

Owen Parr has created another fantastic murder mystery with The Murder of Paolo Mancuso: A Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery. Although not as involved in this volume as in previous books, the supporting cast is interesting and adds to the allure of the story with their diverse natures, quirky behavior and strong attitudes. Dialogue and action are mixed well to inform you and move the story along and anticipation is stoked, urging you to keep turning the pages to see ‘whodunit’. I applaud Parr’s imagination and attention to detail. This is another excellent tale by Owen Parr and is perfect for a day at the beach or pool, or even in front of a roaring fireplace.

“Reviewed By Grant Leishman for Readers’ Favorite”

The Murder of Paolo Mancuso: A Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery by Owen Parr introduces us to an unlikely pair of crime solvers; half-brothers Joey Mancuso and Father Dominic O’Brian. Joey’s father, Paolo, was fairly high up in one of New York’s crime families when he was murdered in front of his teenage son, some twenty years ago. That and the influence of a New York City police captain saw Joey turn away from his father’s occupation and instead train to be a New York City Detective. After a successful career in the police force, Joey and his half-brother Dom, a Catholic priest, have joined forces in business, running both a cigar bar and a private detective agency. Haunted by his father’s unsolved murder and with new clues provided by Paolo’s best friend on his deathbed, Joey decides it is finally time to put this mystery behind him and discover who ordered the hit on his father all those years ago.

Owen Parr has created an unusual set of characters for this series; headlined by Joey and his brother, but including the likeable Mr Pat, the former manager of their cigar bar, Joey’s wife, FBI Special Agent Marcy, and their tech whiz, assistant Agnes. The cast of different characters is probably what lifts The Murder of Paolo Mancuso: A Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery above your average murder mystery. The story is very readable, with straightforward language and a plot that flies all over the place, keeping the reader continually guessing and wondering. The plot is complex and twists relentlessly, taking the reader from New York to a small island off Hilton Head on the east coast of the US and across to Barcelona, among other places. If murder mystery is your thing, or police procedures, then this book will surely satiate your appetite. I felt myself, as a reader, continually drawn to comparison to the works of Ed McBain. I saw character parallels between McBain’s main hero, Steve Carrella, and Joey Mancuso very clearly. The styles are similar.

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BARCELONA, SPAIN – AUGUST 15: Sagrada Familia at night on August 15, 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. The impressive cathedral designed by Antoni Gaudi is being built since 1882 and is not finished yet

The Souq or Bazzar or Market in the old town of Marrakesh in Morocco in North Africa.

The 4th Mancuso – O’Brian Crime Mystery almost here!

Joey & Father O’Brian are asked to help with the abduction of a student at the University of Miami. Little did they know this case would put them in the cross hairs of ISIS and an antiquities collector, who must protect his identity at all costs. The Case of The Antiquities Collector by Owen Parr coming in April 2018.

Awards received.

Readers’ Favorite has awarded the 5 Stars for top reviews to all Joey Mancuso,Father O’Brian Crime Mystery series.

For the second year in a row, New Apple Literary Services has awarded me the 2017 Solo Medalist for Mystery, for – A Murder on Wall Street, the 1st is the Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery series. I’m honored and humbled to have this award two years in a row.




It’s humbling and rewarding to receive awards from various sources.

Owen Parr wins second award for “The Dead Have Secrets”


New Apple Literary Services has awarded author Owen Parr’s book, ‘The Dead Have Secrets’ the solo “Medalist Winner” in the Mystery category of our 2016 New Apple Annual Book Awards for Excellence in Independent Publishing!

Parr’s ‘The Dead Have Secrets’ is the second book in the John Powers Mystery series following ‘Operation Black Swan.’

Parr is a 30-year plus veteran of the Wall Street industry. Still employed in the Financial sector, Parr incorporates his savvy into a fusion of facts and fiction to deliver well-plotted and extremely well-developed characters into his political intrigue and mystery novels with an uncanny ability to draw the reader into the story.

A relatively new novelist, Parr has published four novels since 2015, with ‘Due Diligence,’ being the first, followed by ‘Operation Black Swan,’ ‘The Dead Have Secrets,’ and his new entry into the crime mystery genre, ‘A Murder on Wall Street.’

If one were to compare Parr’s novels to best-selling established authors, it would have to be that his style combines the best of Robert Ludlum and Michael Connelly.

For more information, please visit www.owenparr.com, or write the author at owen@owenparr.com


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The 4th Mancuso – O’Brian Crime Mystery almost here!

Joey & Father O’Brian are asked to help with the abduction of a student at the University of Miami. Little did they know this case would put them in the cross hairs of ISIS and an antiquities collector, who must protect his identity at all costs. The Case of The Antiquities Collector by Owen Parr coming in April 2018.

I’m honored to have received 4th Award.

For second year in a row, New Apple Literary Services has awarded me the 2017 Solo Medalist for Mystery, for – A Murder on Wall Street, the 1st is the Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery series. I’m honored and humbled to have this award two years in a row.



Working on my 3rd John Powers Novel entitled “Westbound,” which is sure to thrill John’s fan base. John needs to take a break and heads to California on his newly acquired Harley from the Florida Keys to clear his head. On the way, John being John, he picks up a young attractive lady hitchhiking. Unbeknownst to him, she happens to be a nymphomaniac, jihadist, serial killer who is intent on avenging her families demise by killing as many active military or former military men. John is in for surprise. And, so are you when you read it. Hoping to release before the end of 2016.

Got word, on October 15th, 2016 that I had won the Best Crime Author Award from I.A.C.M. I was flabbergasted. Wow! What an honor. The book submitted was my latest release, “T14642850_1090507934351324_280317843_nhe Dead Have Secrets.” I’m enjoying the accolades for I was in competition with some other excellent independent authors. The novel is available in three different formats; paperback, eBook, from Amazon, and audiobook from Audible.com. By the way, the performance on the audiobook from Stefan Rudnicki, was outstanding. He is the winner of an Emmy,  and Audie, and other awards from narration and production. If you have a chance listen to the sample audio on Audible.com

Below is the entire presentation of awards to all the winners. Check them out when you have a chance.

Enjoy four minutes of the I.A.C.M (Indie Author Crime Member) Group Award presentation. Click on the Youtube link below>

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Verified Reviews from Amazon

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“Owen Parr is the author to beat in todays Thriller genre. You talk about fact or fiction! Parr’s books read like tutorials on political crime, secret hit lists, power grabs, and stolen money. I can’t get enough of this guy. He is definitely the new Suspense Thriller gun in town.” Mike Pettit


on May 28, 2017
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Loved both of the Joey Mancuso books. the characters are great. the settings are great. the storyline is fun and i hope joey has some more Nero Wolfe stuff in him. I went back and looked at the john powers series. read a review by bree1969 and because of this review, I bought the
book immediately. I will not so patiently wait for the next book. thanks for writing it!


Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers’ Favorite

A Murder on Long Island: A Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery by Owen Parr is the second entry in a series with interesting characters to follow, featuring sleuths, mystery, and murder. Harold Longworth could get a life sentence for the murder of his wife and, if indeed he never committed the murder, there is very little time in which to prove it. In fact, very few days! But the odds are stacked against him because every available piece of evidence indicates he might have killed his wife out of jealousy or because of her alleged intention to divorce him. The murder weapon bears his fingerprints and there is just so much to incriminate him. But did he really kill his wife? It is time for former NYPD Detective Giuseppe Mancuso and his half-brother, Father Dominic O’Brian, to prove his innocence.

Owen Parr has created a story with an intricate plot, laced with red herrings and surprising turns. It’s hard not to like the sleuths and their unconventional methods of conducting an investigation. The cast of characters is compelling and readers will enjoy watching closely to find out what happens to both the characters and the story. Apart from the wonderful storytelling skills, the author demonstrates great mastery in the art of creating biting suspense, of excellent prose, and the ability to stir strong emotions in readers. The writing is crisp and it brilliantly captures the emotional and psychological depth of the characters, featuring great dialogues and vivid descriptions. A Murder on Long Island: A Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery is a real page-turner, a delightful read for fans of sleuths, mysteries, and thrillers.


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Take your mind out for a ride for a few hours ! I love detective mysteries and private detective Joey Mancuso is at the top of my list. With his Priest Brother, Dom, the duo walk into a hopeless murder case already wrongly prepped for trial. Is it malpractice or malice or something even more sinister ? Six or so sub-novels twist and turn , like giant waves roaring in and receding from Homicide HQ. And just when you have it easily figured out, the author, Owen Parr, rips the solution out from under you and sends you tumbling with Joey down another exciting, rubble-strewn path. This book has it all. Great courtroom drama accurately laid out. Law enforcement intrigue wrapped in romance. Exploration of human behavior with all its shocking possibilities. Facts yanked like root canals from witnesses trapped by brilliant lawyers—- and by Joey. Most courtrooms have signs above the Judge which say: “We Who Labor Here Seek Only Truth.” As Joey might say: “ yeah, right.” And as Father Dom might say:” better call Joey.”


Top Reviews

Reviewed by Patricia Reding for Readers’ Favorite

5 Stars.

Settling in to read a murder mystery is always a satisfying experience, and with A Murder on Wall Street by Owen Parr, it is also an enjoyable one. In it, readers discover some lovable key characters in the form of Joey Mancuso, a former NYPD homicide detective who left the force in the midst of some “cooked up” charges with Internal Affairs, and his older half-brother, Father Dom, who loves solving mysteries and who is beloved by those around him as a priest with a keen understanding that if he lives his life as a testimony to others, he needn’t preach to them. Together the brothers own Captain O’Brian’s Irish Pub and Cigar Bar in Manhattan’s Financial District. There they meet a wide variety of patrons and from there, they work together to identify the guilty parties behind a series of crimes, beginning with a murderous shove of someone from a high rise, and quickly moving on to the hit and run murder of one of their key witnesses. Add in some financial thugs who’ve been running a Ponzi scheme, a Marilyn-Monroe lookalike with a string of assumed names, and the varied puzzle pieces, with some intriguing angles, eventually come together.

Owen Parr has created a couple of appealing characters in Joey and Father Dom. They both display caring for one another and for Joey’s love interest, Marcy, for the patrons of their bar, and for their wider community. I appreciated Joey’s sense of humor and found Father Dom a quick favorite. Add in the rush of activity of Manhattan’s Financial District and some information that makes understandable some basic background principles of the financial world (such as how a Ponzi scheme works), and the story achieves depth. While the reason the brothers took on the mystery in the beginning (they didn’t have a client, they just didn’t think the conclusions the NYPD reached were in line with the facts as they knew them), and the method the brothers use to disclose the wrongdoers (a meeting with all of the interested parties, held at their bar), were both a bit unorthodox, the approach was certainly unique. This story moves right along, providing readers with an enjoyable getaway with characters they’re sure to want to revisit in other books in Owen Parr’s crime mystery series.

on June 3, 2017
Owen Parr has a fascinating imagination, he draws you in chapter after chapter. He is clever, and intimately descriptive in details, keeping the reader fascinated to what surprises lay around the next corner. Any one who loves detective mysteries will surely enjoy this book. He makes the reading time fly by. I read almost all of it in one sitting, Nice job Mr Parr, your books keep getting better and better!

5.0 out of 5 starsHOLD ON TIGHT !

on March 31, 2017
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Challenge your mind to solve the latest Owen Parr mystery—before the detectives do. Anyone who is a fan of Parr and his colorful characters — and I am– has followed with delight the development of his interesting protagonists. In A Murder On Wall Street, Parr has put a mirror up to the harrowing events we hear about every day, and filled in with considerable detail and understanding what is really going on underneath the 3 day news cycle spin. Using his vast experience in the financial world, his sultry Hispanic palette and never ending imagination, Parr packs us along for the ride. Through him we see some Justice finally done. Lots of fun!
on May 17, 2017
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Owen Parr has a knack for creating truly dimensional characters, and his firsthand knowledge of high finance make this Wall Street mystery a great read. The setting is unique, and the food references make you salivate, as you can almost taste the offerings. A Priest and an ex-cop private investigator co-own a bar with an interesting history, adding layers of dimension that make you feel as if you’ve been there. Lots of dialogue make the characters come to life. A Murder on Wall Street is a killer read! I highly recommend this book!
on April 21, 2017
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Joey Mancuso, a fired, retired, out-of-control NYPD detective is the kind of guy you want to hang out with. And in this book you sure do. His brother, a priest joins him and a gorgeous Cuban girl named Marcy. The murder is gruesome, the detection wonderful and you can’t put the book down. If I tell more, it will be a spoiler, that’s how fast-paced this is. I read all Owen’s work and it’s wonderful.
on February 3, 2017
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Parr is a master storyteller, equally adept at weaving a tale of international political intrigue or, as he proves in his latest novel, a classic story of private sleuths cracking a New York murder mystery, with a side order of whiskey and cigars. You’ll want to have both on hand when you pick up this book.
on February 17, 2017
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well written, loved the plot twists and turns leaving the mystery of detective work right up to the end. I enjoyed the read and now on the the next Owen Parr novel
on March 7, 2017
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Excellent whodunnits book, reminiscing of Colombo without the trench coat or cigar. Twist and turns till the end can’t wait for the sequel.
on February 6, 2017
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A Murder on Wall Street is a lightweight book. Full of silly plot devices and cliches. It would make a fine movie of the week from 1975.
on May 17, 2017
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There is something about a well-written Detective/PI story that makes me not able to put the book down. The interaction of the private investigator (or in this case investigators) and the people surrounding the crime makes for such an enjoyable story.

Joey Mancuso used to be a cop. He was forced off of the force due to some good police work that had him barking up the wrong tree. Now he helps run a bar that is frequented by Wall Street money men while trying to get a PI firm off the ground. He is joined by his half-brother Father O’Brian. And believe it or not, the combination of an ex-cop and a priest make for some awesome detective and PI work.

After finishing A Murder On Wall Street I can tell you this — I will definitely be picking up other audiobooks in this series if Parr and Skyboat make them. I loved the interaction of Mancuso and Father O’Brien along with his interactions with his girlfriend and FBI agent Marcy. Mancuso mentions numerous times that he had a different way of solving crimes and that came out a little, but overall I found him to be one of the more enjoyable PI’s I’ve followed.

The story itself was straight out of the playbook of real life crime TV show “American Greed”. Honestly, after finishing it, I feel like it was real and that I actually watched a documentary instead of reading a fiction book.

Parr did his research — every character in this book felt both believable and like they could have done it. The ending reminded me a bit of the ending of the movie Clue (with slightly less comedy). Mancuso seemed to have an heir for theatrics (but I won’t ruin the ending by explaining why I mean here).

Overall, A Murder On Wall Street was a highly enjoyable and relatively short crime thriller/mystery that I think readers of either genre will enjoy. Fans of American Greed should also check this out, it feels like it was ripped right from the headlines.




Not so far-fetched
By Helio Rodriguez-Ecay on June 15, 2016
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“A page turner. Couldn’t put it down. And not so far fetched in this world we live in. I bet you there are more than just a few people in Miami and elsewhere profiting from the Cuban dictatorship and helping the dictatorship profit.”

A Must Read..
By Nancy Parr on September 3, 2015
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Excellent Read!! 5 stars can’t wait for the next one.

By Vicky Tome on August 31, 2015
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“Since I quit smoking, I had not enjoyed a book so much. It kept my interest from start to finish. Can’t wait for Owen Parr’s next book.”

A very entertaining read
By Amazon Customer on July 5, 2015
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“The book was easy to read, the pages flew. A spy novel; a love affair; the stock market and an IPO; vivid depiction of Paris, Miami, Havana …; politics that have been 60 plus years in the making.

As real life closely resembles the fiction created by Parr this novel stirs feelings deep inside those of us who have live in Exile and year for the freedom of those we left behind.

Great work!!!!”

By Mike Pettit on June 29, 2015
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“I have always been fascinated with the U.S. and Cuban relations and the saber rattling back and forth. I also have believed that behind the scenes of all the bluster there were men with other motives: money, murder, blackmail, drugs, assassinations. Owen Parr’s Political Thriller, Due Diligence, is so closely written to reality that he must have inside evidence of the crimes committed by both sides. The fictional account of these events potentially could be life-threatening to Mr. Parr if the wrong people read his shocking tale of International intrigue and duplicity.”

Reviews by a Latina Book Club
By Livin’ la vida Latina on May 21, 2015
Format: Paperback
Reviewed by: Malin

Member of Livin la vida Latina

Review: “This is the story of Alex and Julia, two Cubans that happen to cross paths in Paris; however, this is not your typical love story. Set against the backdrop of Cuba’s social politics and vibrant landscapes, Due Diligence is a tale of corruption and power. Through the eyes of Fidel Castro, a crucial character in the plot, readers are introduced to an enriching history of Cuba and a ploy to commandeer a government.

It would seem that there is conspiracy lurking in the shadows, and somehow Alex and Julia are tossed in the mix. Alex is this hard-core, CIA militant with a boxer’s build and Julia is a descendant of the 1st president of Cuba. Although they are two vital pieces in this convoluted chess match, they somehow created a sparkling chemistry, adding a strong romantic element to this covert thriller.

For the most part, this was a well-written and exquisitely crafted story, but, personally, I’m not big on politics, so some of the details were a bit daunting and complex. I find that this would be better suited for those who are into army-style and political co-ops.”

 “With “Due Diligence, ” Owen Parr creates a compelling …”
By Frankie on May 19, 2015
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“With “Due Diligence,” Owen Parr creates a compelling and riveting novel with deep roots in South Florida culture; something few authors and feature film directors have failed to accomplish. Parr navigates beyond his medium to paint a vivid motion picture for his reader. Weaving in and out of tales of espionage, romantic trysts, and exotic locations, “Due Diligence” is worth the read. I highly anticipate the next installment to this promising series.”

Fast paced suspense novel, with Cuba in the forefront.
By Judy H. Edge on May 15, 2015
Format: Paperback
“I loved this book, and given current events with Cuba in the news, it was fascinating. I can’t wait for a follow up. This is a great first book, and will be enjoyed by readers who love suspense, espionage, thrillers, etc.”

A timely page turner meticulously written and researched, right out of current headlines!
By Simon Vincenton April 2, 2015
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Due diligence
“This is a timely tale right out of current headlines. From Paris to Havana and Miami. Romance, intrigue, political espionage and betrayal everything you need to keep you reading till the last page. Written by a knowledgeable author and financial guru who knows the ropes of Wall Street and Cuban history and politics. Assassination plots stock offerings and love affairs what more can reader want? You will love this great story.”

 Five Stars
By Amazon Customer on March 27, 2015
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“Fantastic! Great read.”





A Real Page Turner
By Gerald Darnell on July 1, 2016
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“A real page turner. Well written with a topic that could not be more current – which really made it an interesting read. It’s also packed with action – a must for the mystery and adventure reader. Loved the story and I highly recommend Operation Black Swan – you won’t be disappointed.”

Another 5 Star review on OPERATION BLACK SWAN by Owen Parr

5.0 out of 5 starsBound to become a new favorite among political thriller aficionados.
By Anita Lock on March 23, 2017
Format: Paperback
Thirty-two-year-old John Powers heads up of a four-person Alpha Team, a special intelligence force within a private security company called Sect-Intel Group. Its owner, Alex Cardenas, sends John’s team on an assignment to uncover a highly elaborate espionage plan. Tagged “Operation Black Swan,” this diabolical China-Cuba plot, which includes extremist jihadists coming through Texas, may be the next wave of terrorist attacks since 9/11. John, whose incredible military background precedes him, receives word from U.S. governmental officials requesting his assistance in the search and capture of these terrorists “attempting to enter the U.S. through Texas.”

The Alpha Team temporarily splits in different directions while John takes on a different team for this new assignment. What was meant to be a straightforward counter-terrorist mission goes quickly awry, leaving John and his crew in a precarious situation. Meanwhile, another diabolical plot is brewing in Mexico City. Jackie and Mel (two of John’s Alpha Team) anticipate spending an enjoyable time with Julia, Alex’s fiancée. But the gal’s evening abruptly shifts when they get pulled over by police. Amid the turbulence, the last thing John expects is to find out that Jackie and Julia were kidnapped.

Operation Black Swan is the first book in Parr’s new John Powers series. Quite the page-turner, Parr’s distinctive first-and-third-person plot carries all the intrigue expected in an international political thriller, plus more. In the midst of alternating scenes set in various parts of the world and a slew of reconnaissance-based dialogue, Parr places John Powers, his principal character, in the limelight. Everything about John’s persona and expertise perfectly matches the massively built six-foot-one former Delta Force operative, except for one quirky aspect: his snarky and laid-back attitude. While annoying at times, this off-kilter trait is truly a refreshing nuance to the plot. Additionally, Parr takes John’s idiosyncrasy a step further by assigning John the job of storytelling.

Speaking directly to readers, John grabs their attention by engaging them with his thought processes and running commentaries. The third-person scenes are equally engaging since Parr tightly weaves in a flurry of political history and information on stock trading while developing his storyline. By shifting from first to third person viewpoints, Parr keeps his narrative light, balanced, and consistently fluid. No doubt, Operation Black Swan is bound to become a new favorite among political thriller aficionados.
Anita Lock, Book reviewer


By Jim Nesbitt on June 26, 2016
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By Owen Parr

“Owen Parr has spun a fast-paced and entertaining novel of international intrigue and action that centers on a carefully orchestrated cyber-attack on the United States paired with wide-ranging terrorist acts – all aimed at rocking the American stock market and creating economic and civic chaos.

At the center of all this is Parr’s main character, John Powers, ex-Special Forces and CIA operative who is a classic man of action with a mordant wit. Powers leads an elite team working for a private security and intelligence firm run by former CIA operative Alex Cardenas. Their hearts are pure, their methods are ruthless and often violent – with no apologies. The men and women of Cardenas’ small firm do what American law enforcement and intelligence operatives cannot.

The bad guys in this book are an elite team of Chinese military hackers set on stealing the secrets of an American manufacturer of cutting-edge drone technology while also setting the stage for an elaborate manipulation of the stock market to reap economic havoc. The Chinese are allied with some rather nasty members of the Cuban army’s intelligence branch, personified by an imposing and vengeful colonel of Afro-Cuban descent, Abimbola Cruz. Throw in two dozen jihadi terrorists charged with executing the boots-on-American-ground part of the plot and you have a heady cocktail that mixes all the fears and dread of modern life.

Parr doesn’t give the reader detailed descriptions of the ins-and-outs of cyber-attacks, stock manipulations or terrorist infiltration like you’d find in a Ken Follett book. Instead, he smartly states these as matter-of-fact realities that can and do happen on a daily basis, keeping his focus on well-developed characters, crisp dialogue and rapid-fire action, with Powers usually leading the charge. But not always – the women on his team are smart, gorgeous and deadly competent. Nothing like lethal skills and intelligence to burn to ensure gender equality.

The book has a satisfying ending, with the good guys winning and the bad guys thwarted – for now. Which shouldn’t be a surprise because Parr has an ongoing series of stories featuring Powers. Here’s betting we see the nasty Col. Abimbola Cruz again, out for vengeance.”

Not a good book
By Bree on April 4, 2016
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“I have not enjoyed this book it is not well wrote and not a second in series that i will buy or in courage others to buy. Not well wrote not a good theme or a good read please find another book set to spend you money on. I’m sure they will not published! bad review in the first place.”

Avid reader
By An avid reader on March 1, 2016
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“If you are like me, and read for entertainment you will enjoy this book. A story very well written, current on its topic that makes the reader go back to read and find out what happens next. Highly recommended.”

By Tom Spencer on December 22, 2015
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“An author is an explorer and a teacher. If well done, a book presents facts, theories and psychology wrapped in a story-line so that the lessons are retained in whatever memory compartment excitement occupies. Operation Black Swan is just such a thrilling Master Lesson. John Powers and his team may be the swashbuckling operatives, but Owen Parr is the lecturer. With his considerable Wall Street experience, Parr reminds us of the vulnerability of our complicated, sensitive and interrelated global financial systems. He eloquently uses rich and colorful settings, fictional characters and dialogue to produce a riveting, fast- paced canvass. It is a fun and educational ride. Real historical events, people and facts are interspersed with probable fiction to teach us that we are under a real threat— and we had better do something about it. Warriors and tyrants used to starve the enemy, deprive it of the means to live , drive it to submission. Today, cyber-criminals and their shadow State conspirators can bring America to its
knees in a matter of days. Powers and Parr are warning us. Enjoy the Read ! Learn. Teach others. The Barbarians are at the Gates! Powers can not do it all.”

Swan is a riveting story with enough action to satisfy even the most rough and tumble reader
By E Adams on December 21, 2015
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“Operation Black Swan is a riveting story with enough action to satisfy even the most rough and tumble reader. The characters are interesting and diverse and you will be cheering for John Powers and his team during their dangerous rescue mission to Cuba. Parr deftly weaves current world events into the book’s plot…one would think he has the inside track on what America’s enemies are planning. I highly recommend this book…have read it twice…the second time as exciting as the first. More John Powers and his friends, please, Mr. Parr.”

exciting read                           
By Vicky Tome on December 19, 2015
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“Kept me hooked. Loved this exciting book so much, I bought three more for Holiday gifts. Don’t miss it!”

A Great Read
By Jack Watts on December 19, 2015
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“Owen has done it again—another powerful tale. He is one of the best novelists I’ve read in years.”

By Mike Pettit on December 16, 2015
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“The New World Order. Just those few words are enough to shake democratic countries to their corp. A World order where all of mankind is subservient to the whims of a few powerful. Men that would decide every facet of our lives, what we read, see, hear, eat, but more importantly what we don’t see or hear, or read. Free people would be brought to heel, told what to do, where to work, what to say. Just the thought of a world controlled by a few men reeks of gulags, labor gangs, hunger, starvation, and death. When the Islamic terrorists attacked the United States on 9/11 the world fell into fear and turmoil. It was in this period of mass confusion the cabal to form a new world order put Operation Black Swan into motion along with their partners, the Chinese.

Owen Parr’s exhaustive research into this time period has resulted in one of the most chilling accounts of what followed. Basing his facts in a fictional setting has given him leverage to push the truth of what happened and how the outcome will be hidden forever from the common man on the street. His Alpha Team led by John Powers takes us on a bullet ride to find out who is behind the efforts to collapse our financial, Military, and government system before it is too late. The suspense is palpable, the danger chilling, the outcome unpredictable. This is a white knuckler of a political thriller that must be told… and read.”

A Fast Paced Non-stop Thriller
By Bill Manchester on November 29, 2015
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‘John Powers and crew take you on a wild ride through deception, betrayal, and the world of intricate conspiracy.

This book is not to be missed. If you enjoy heart pounding adrenal rushes and excitement, this is the book for you.

Author Owen Parr shows his skill with weaving the history of Castro’s Cuba into the current surge of terrorism and those that fund it.

Highly recommended.”

1 Star out of 5

“The story is continual and I almost feel like I’m forced to buy the next in the series
ByAnthony L. Woodon July 19, 2016
I had no idea I was at the end of the book when it finished. The story is continual and I almost feel like I’m forced to buy the next in the series. Nothing was resolved or wrapped up. One word review? Boring.”

Note from Author — Sometimes the bad reviews offer a good critic. I took this gentlemen’s review to heart and added 5000 words to the manuscript changing the ending in both the eBook and paperback version. I offer anyone who has the paperback or eBook, and would like the updated, 2nd edition version, a complimentary copy of the new book. Just go to contact and write me. Thank you.

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4.0 out of 5 stars

“twists and surprises with the turn of each page”

ByAudioBook Reviewer on October 7, 2016
Format: Audible Audio Edition
A well-written suspense thriller with political twists with an international flare added in to spice things up. Parr gives us John Powers, a retired Delta Force soldier who finds himself employed by a friend owned security agency that is sent overseas to recover a client. During the rescue mission, he receives a frantic call from his ex-brother-in-arms wife, Casey. Casey’s six-year-old son and her are the target of some undercover Iranian hitmen.

The suspense doesn’t end there; throw in a U.S. senator who was assassinated, the Department of Defense’s Charles Perthweiler along with Edward Raymore. Powers finds himself on the run with Casey, his godson and his teammates. Along with his team, he must figure out who put the targets on his back, his teams, and Casey’s – why are they after her and her son? Why is Powers a target now? Will he survive long enough to unravel the mystery? Always a step behind, Powers and his team must try to figure out how to get one step ahead.

Parr develops his story in a slow methodical manner, with twists and surprises with the turn of each page. His characters are fully developed demonstrating a strong “team” rife with sarcasm, familial feelings and loyalty.

Spinning a unique twist to mystery, Parr captivates and holds his readers completely. The dialog is realistic and genuine; descriptions are vivid. The audiobook is action packed and fast paced. One cannot help but stay for the entire reading. A complex story that Parr develops through to the end; both a political intrigue and financial thriller, The Dead Have Secrets is excellent.

The narrator, Stefan Rudnicki is excellent. His ability to throw himself into the story adds to the riveting story line. Rudnicki speaks clearly and passionately when appropriate. His ability to slide from action into moments of sarcasm and wit is delightful. He voice was soothing but firm. I enjoyed hearing his narration of the story.

There were no issues with the production quality of this audiobook. Everything was clear.

Audiobook was provided for review by the author.

“…reminds me of the classic Ludlum thrillers.”

5.0 out of 5 stars

Intel action thriller worth your time…”

By Literary Lawyer on August 22, 2016
Format: Paperback
I was originally daunted by the reincarnation/regression/past life trope but, happily, it works in the story. The book moves fast and was a great read on a transcontinental flight. It’s clearly well researched and reminds me of the classic Ludlum thrillers. I have not yet read the first novel in the series but felt the story stood by itself.


By MIKE PETTIT on August 4, 2016
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“What an explosive read! This follow-up Suspense Thriller in the John Power’s Series from Owen Parr is sure to be the hottest thriller I will read this year. ‘The Dead Have Secrets” is like watching tomorrow’s cable news today. Only someone that knows about covert actions could write scenes so vivid and believable. Parr’s knowledge of the increased use of psyops and hum-int in today’s Intelligence Agencies is revealed in this fast-paced follow-up thriller in his Best Selling John Powers Series.
John Powers is a pro, he’s tough, smart, and is accustomed to being the pointy end of the spear. The proof of his survival skills is that he is alive after decades of being the country’s ‘Go To”agent to get things done. Now, with his own covert organization and agents, he is confronted with something that is unfathomable. if not impossible. How can a dead man, that he himself killed and watched die years before, be alive? The adversary is back, now John must use every skill he possess’s to survive.”

5 out of 5 STARS

Intel action thriller worth your time
By Literary Lawyer on August 22, 2016
Format: Paperback
I was originally daunted by the reincarnation/regression/past life trope but, happily, it works in the story. The book moves fast and was a great read on a transcontinental flight. It’s clearly well researched and reminds me of the classic Ludlum thrillers. I have not yet read the first novel in the series but felt the story stood by itself.

5.0 out of 5 stars Level of suspense is unrelenting

By vicky tome on August 13, 2016
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“Like a sleek golden spider weaving an intricate, stunningly beautiful web, master storyteller Owen Parr tells a tale of murder, treachery and innocence. The level of suspense is unrelenting. The Dead Have Secrets has perfect page-turner ingredients.”

5.0 out of 5 stars Another hit for Owen Parr and his best selling John Powers series.
By Gerald Darnell on August 13, 2016
Format: Paperback
“An exciting and suspenseful follow up for Owen Parr and his John Powers series. Owen uses his unique storytelling ability to bring his characters alive in this complex story of intrigue, espinoge, murder and betrayal. I thoroughly enjoyed the novel – come along for the ride. You won’t be disappointed…”

By Tom Spencer on August 17, 2016
Format: Paperback

5 of 5 STARS

“Shelter in place with John Powers!
A young child is regressed in hypnosis and reveals a startling former life. He was an assassinated former Senator. John Powers unravels the intrigue reaching into the highest levels of government. Owen Parr and John Powers run us through the back alleys of this conspiracy, and we are diving for cover as shots are fired. We can shelter in place, but John Powers cannot. He is out there, facing the bad guys and taking us along for the frenzied, well-written ride. We watch, we gasp, we learn, pages turn, liars are outed and John Powers wins. Or does he? Read it and find out. And by the way, think the premise is far-fetched? Think again. Owen Parr carefully researches everything. Our government and the Russians have experimented in the paranormal—and have tested very weird phenomena. The University of Virginia has had a very serious research project for decades, looking at thousands of reincarnation cases all over the world. Guess which US Agency is near UVA? John Powers knows. So should you.”

5 out of 5 Stars

Heart Pounding Non-stop Thrilller
By Bill Manchester on August 16, 2016
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Owen Parr brings his unique background and experience to bear in this exciting second novel starring John Powers. The storyline is intricate yet easy to follow. The characters jump off the page into your imagination. The suspense rises and falls, dragging you along on a ride you’ll never forget.
It is said you should write about what you know. If Owen’s novels are a reflection of that, he is one of the most dangerous, and creative, writers out there.


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Great for everyone.
By Alberto on March 21, 2016
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This straight-forward and incisive guideline on “How To Sell,” not just your business but yourself- couldn’t have been arranged more perfectly than in this book. Mr. Parr’s instruction and recollection of experiences bring subtle yet realistic guidance to anyone looking to invest themselves. Recommend this to anyone, regardless whether in sales profession or not.
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All – in – one guide on managing a successful sales career
By Frankie on March 6, 2016
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“Clear, concise, and straight to the point. Parr’s “How to Sell” manuscript takes other scribes on the same subject to task. Why buy the other hundreds of thousands when you can buy just one? Invest in yourself and your business and pick up a copy now.”

easy for anyone to learn and apply
By R Adams on January 4, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
“Take my advice…you should read this book! Parr lays out secrets to success in sales (or any occupation) in simple concise terms, easy for anyone to learn and apply. His section on time management is alone worth the price and I am beginning to apply it to my own life. Parr’s advice can be applied to any occupation or lifestyle. We all allow our time to be squandered…sometimes at a huge cost to our personal lives and our success in life. Read HOW TO SELL and you can have it all…
Even if you are not in sales, the advice in Parr’s How To Sell can be used by everyone. Easy and informative. Highly recommended.”

 One of the best books on the basics of selling that I have …
By Mike Pettit on December 31, 2015
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“One of the best books on the basics of selling that I have read in a long time. Owen Parr has nailed it.”


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