After the events of "The Vicious Cycle," private cop and former Air Force Office of Special Investigations Agent Ronan Marino left his hometown of Lowell, Massachusetts to clear his head and try to pinpoint the reasons for his continued failure at the game of love.
After two years away, and no closer to finding the answers he seeks, Ronan returns home and finds himself immersed in the most puzzling case of his career; the heist of millions of dollars in recently discovered comic book artwork and the attempted murder of the artist's son.
With a bevy of suspects to sort through including an obnoxious comic art collector, his beautiful but dangerous assistant, and a charismatic superhero creator, Ronan weaves his way through comic book fans, mobsters and cops, determined to crack the case while solving the mystery of his inability to find the right woman.
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About the Author
After leaving the Air Force, he worked in the film and television industry in Orlando, FL where his acting credits included the sci-fi television series "seaQuest 2032" and the Jodie Foster film "Contact." It was during this time that Lloyd began to write screenplays. One of his very first, a vampire story called "Dark Millennium" was optioned by the film production company that produced the television series "Swamp Thing" and "Superboy." Though never produced, it provided him a great deal of experience in writing and a greater understanding of story structure. He also won the best screenplay award at the 2000 Kissimmee Film Festival for another work.
Switching to novels in 2002, Lloyd's first book was the Ronan Marino mystery entitled "Two Redheads & A Dead Blonde." His other books in the Ronan Marino Mystery Series include "Chasing Curves" and "The Vicious Cycle." He also has an original novel called "Three Chords & The Truth" which he says is about the paths we choose to take and how it affects the lives of those around us.
Lloyd has studied martial arts for over thirty years, collects Japanese toys, plays guitar and writes original music and is a fervent fan of the Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots. He currently resides in Southern New Hampshire with his wife Kathleen.