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Paul has a BA in Criminology and an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles. He is a published novelist and a People’s Choice Telly Award winning screenwriter with eight feature films produced from screenplays he wrote.  He has two mystery series in print from.  He is a retired Army Lieutenant Colonel with two combat tours.  He served as the Army Liaison to the TV and Film Industry in Los Angeles for five years.  He was the Technical Advisor on such films as Transformers 1&2, I Am Legend, GI Joe, The Messenger, Taking Chance and numerous other feature films and television episodes. 

His website can be found at Paul Sinor Web

His film work is listed on IMDB






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Massive amounts of money are missing from a casino in Las Vegas. When Danny Lytle who works in the accounting department discovers where the money is going, he and his show-girl wife become a target not seen since the Mafia ran the city.  After several murders, a name change and hiding in Budapest, Hungary are the price he has to pay.  Max has to find Danny and make sure he can testify while he is hunted on two continents. 









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A gang of motorcyclist rob two banks in a small town within hours and escape to hide in an abandoned town.  A National Guard unit is on a training exercise in the area and thinks the robbers are an aggressor force in the exercise until live rounds wound one of the Soldiers. It then becomes blanks, artillery simulators, handmade explosives and tactics against live rounds.  An over-zealous FBI agent working the bank robbery doesn’t help. There are no Purple Hearts in this war, just murder, confusion, jealousy and gut-wrenching bravery.


Editorial Review:

Paul Sinor is uniquely qualified to tell this intriguing story of bikers, cops and the National Guard. A police procedural that will definitely keep you turning the pages.  James O. Born, New York Times Bestseller 



Johnny Morocco is a Private Investigator whose office is in a pool room in Atlanta, GA in the early 1950’s.  His clients range from deadbeat pool hustlers, and loan sharks to some of the wealthiest and most influential people in the city.


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Once again, Johnny is working for a prominent Atlanta attorney when his path crosses with that of Atlanta Police Detective Sergeant Jack Brewer.  The friendly adversaries must work together to solve not one but two high profile cases that could make or break them both 









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Private Investigator Johnny Morocco and Atlanta Police Detective Sergeant Jack Brewer are once again forced to work together to solve each other cases.  Brewer has to find out who is making bad whiskey and killing Atlantan’s and Johnny has to find a blackmailer.  The friendly adversaries find that together they must turn the city upside down to find what they are seeking.








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The Simper Augustus, most famous tulip in history may or may not have actually existed, but to the industry in Holland it is legend worth exploring and to Professor Jacob Dirksen it is worth recreating.  Once he has the correct hybrid, he takes the information to the largest tulip growing area outside Holland to sell it.  When he is found dead in a tulip field, several  agencies from the Dutch and US government get involved. Max Maxwell is given the mission of tracking the professor from the day he arrived until his death.  He finds the good professor may have more than tulips on his mind when he came to Seattle, WA.







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In 1943 the world was at war, and no one was sure who was going to win.  Japan had a stranglehold on Asia, and German forces were running rampant throughout Europe.  A specially trained group of officers allowed themselves to be captured because they knew they would be sent to one of two prisoner of war camps.  Their plan was to escape the POW camp and meet with local Nazi sympathizers and commandos who arrived by submarine.

They would then travel to a major waterway and destroy a refining and fuel storage facility which would greatly reduce the enemy’s ability to continue the war. 

The problem was the POWs were German. The camp was in Louisiana. The waterway was the Mississippi River. Only one man knew the entire operation and he was a double agent.