By Troy Lambert
A Monster Marshals Story
The Monster Marshals, a secret government agency, has been formed to protect the world from misbehaving monsters using the procedural acronym NECK, or Neutralize, Extract, Capture, or Kill. This time agent Aria Peirce and Jim Underwood have been sent to a mine in North Idaho, where an apparent AHOOL — a giant bat or winged primate usually found in the South American jungle, has been discovered.
How did it get there? And how will they battle this strange monster 5,900 feet below the surface of the earth? To do so, they’ll have to call on more than just the gadgets provided by Wonderly, the Marshals’ tech-savvy weapons specialist, or the angry oversite of their boss, Professor Erich Leifsson. The agents will have to rely on their own wits and those of the miners who guide them, and Aria Peirce will have to face one of her greatest fears.
Best Selling Author
In addition to being a successful freelancer, Troy Lamber is a prolific fiction author. He has retuned to the fiction realm after a brief hiatus with his new mystery thriller, Harvested, the first in the Max Boucher series. He's also started a new series of novellas, the Capital City Murders series written jointly with Stuart Gustafson. Follow us for fifty novellas in fifty months!
When not behind the screen Troy can be found in the Idaho outdoors cycling, hiking, skiing, fishing, and camping.
Best Selling Books
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Harvested: A Max Boucher Mystery
Dogs are disappearing all over town. Max Boucher, a P.I. with demons of his own, has been hired to find out why.
Will Max save the dogs in time? Will he be able to confront his own demons?
Slaying in Salem
As freelance photographer Nick O'Flannigan arrives in Salem, he discovers there has been a murderThe suspect the police have in custody. They have the wrong guy.
But how can he, convince them and still do his job? You won't be able to stop reading until the very last page.
Typewriter Repair Shop
Sometimes a story must not only be told, but it chooses the way it must be told.
This is such a story. It will grab you from the very first page and keep you guessing until the last.
Overdoses in Olympia
Two overdoses have happened in one week in a hospital in Olympia. When freelance photographer Nick O'Flannigan gets to town, he notices something unusual in the newspaper photographs.
Is he right about what he sees? Will it be enough to solve the case?
Once again Troy Lambert nails it with Harvested. Lambert writes with the authority of a pro. Sharp, nail-biting prose that will keep you savoring each and every page."
--Vincent Zandri, New York Times Thriller Award-winning author of The Embalmer, The Remains, and The Caretaker's Wife.
Weaving a suspenseful tail (that's right, a tail) of treachery and conspiracy, author Troy Lambert will have you turning page after page, unable to put this book down until its final, dramatic showdown...
- Allan Leverone, Bestselling author of the Trace Tanner Series, Review of Stray Ally
WONDERFUL! I enjoyed every word in this book. Troy has a fantastic sense of where and when detail is needed and where to let the readers mind fill in the blanks. The story was chilling and not one I would recommend for night time. I loved the way Typewriter’s ending was left. what a wonder for the brain.
Carson Wrublik, review of Typewriter Repair Shop
Meet Troy at Upcoming Events
November 9, 2019
The Write Track, Casablanca Cuban Grill, Boise, Idaho
The Write Track, Writing as a Buisness will be presented by the Idaho Writer’s Guild. Join us for a quick look at the business of writing, production, distribution, and marketing. See you there!
Rediscovered Books, Boise, November 12, 2019
The Wicked West: Capital City Murders 1-5
I will be signing the first print compilation of the Capital City Murders Books at Rediscovered Books in Boise, Idaho. Come on down and here us talk about the series, and writing 50 novels in 50 months!
CopenRoss Growlers, Boise, November 21, 2019
Monster Marshals Release Party
Join us for the release of Witch Please, by Danielle Parker, and Miner Inconveniences by Troy Lambert at local hangout Coppenross Growlers. We’ll have food a drink specials, raffles, prizes, and general fun with the authors!
Rediscovered Books, Caldwell, December 10, 2019
The Wicked West: Capital City Murders 1-5
One of the first events at the new store! I will be signing the first print compilation of the Capital City Murders Books at Rediscovered Books in Boise, Idaho. Come on down and here us talk about the series, and writing 50 novels in 50 months!
Pop Up Bookstores, December 10, 2019
Local Authors, Last Minute Christmas Gifts, CopenRoss Growlers
Join several local authors (announcement coming soon) at Coppenross Growlers for some
My Writing Blog
Just recently, I got the rights back to one of my books, titled Stray Ally. It did okay in sales, pretty well a few times, and came out in print from a digital publisher. People liked it. There were good reviews on Amazon, and I thought it was a pretty good book...
For many of the state capitals we will write about, I have a confession to make. I haven’t spent a lot of time there. But that’s an exception when it comes to Sacramento. Due to another writing assignment (I also work as a freelancer) I have been traveling to that...
The Oregon State Hospital, a mental institution in Salem, Oregon and featured in our book, Slaying in Salem, has a dark history. There are stories of abuse, but not just of mentally ill adults. There are stories of children, housed there because they had no other...