The Gods Who Walks Among Us
by Max Eastern
Publication Date: March 14, 2017
eBook; ASIN: B01N7KB1EN
Genre: Action & Adventure/Mystery/Political/Crime
Adam Azoulay scrapes out a meagre existence as a paparazzo in New York. One night he shoots video of an African president-for-life spending half his country’s GNP on jewelry for his mistress. The next day a non-profit charity run by a rich kid hires him to track down a reclusive human-rights icon who might’ve been in the video. When Adam discovers the icon has an ugly past, he learns that the world of human rights is one of secrets and even murder. The deeper he gets the more he must be stopped.
“Max Eastern’s debut is witty, clever and superbly executed, and I could not get enough of Adam Azoulay, the down on his luck failing lawyer turned paparazzi. If you want a fun ride and read, look no further than The Gods Who Walk Among Us.” -Robert K. Lewis, author of Critical Damage, finalist for Shamus Award for Best Original Paperback P.I. Novel
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About the Author
I am not a member of the paparazzi, but the main character in my book is. He’s also a NYC lawyer, which I am too.
Walking around the streets of Manhattan, I’ve had over one hundred celebrity sightings: actors, musicians, even political figures. On a few occasions I may have unavoidably made eye contact, and the look of horror on their faces convinced me that, if worse ever came to worse, I might have a future as a paparazzo. This novel is a chronicle of that imaginary experience.