Meet Frank Hopkins, author of The Billion Dollar Embezzlement Murders, on Sunday, July 7th at 7:00pm!
The Billion Dollar Embezzlement Murders
The thriller sequel to Abandon Homes: Vietnam Revenge Murders, awarded first place in the mystery/thriller category in the Maryland Writers Association’s 2018 novel contest, starts with the heinous murder of a participant in a billion embezzlement of a Delaware credit card company. The action switches to Margret Hoffman and Paul O’Hare identified in the first novel. They marry, have a successful release of their skeleton murder’s book, and spend their honeymoon in Greece. The embezzlement’s ringleader order the murder of Joann Cummings, who discovered the crime. Fearing for her life, she flees to Greece to enlist the help of Margret and Paul. As they become involved, the criminals attempt to kill them and Joann in Greece and Duck, North Carolina. The Delaware and Greek police work together to solve the crime, while the embezzlers hope to flee to countries without U.S extradition treaties. Will the police or the embezzlers be successful in their quests?
Frank E. Hopkins is an award winning author who writes realistic crime novels and short stories portraying social and political issues. He lived in the New York City area while attending Hofstra University in the 1960s, the location and time period of Unplanned Choices. As a consultant he manged proposals in response to Federal government solicitations, the background for The Opportunity. Frank's collection of ten short stories, First Time, is set in East Coast locations he visited that inspired the book's stories.
Frank is active in the Rehoboth Bay Writers Guild, the Eastern Shore Writers Assocation, participates in writer's critique groups in both organizations. He is also a member of the Berlin chaper of the Maryland Writers Association.
In addition to writing, he plays golf and tennis, skis, sials on the Chespaeak Bay, and enjoys the ocean and inland bays of southern Delaware.