‘Sultan Road’ By David Celley

Crime/Mystery (98,000 words) Sultan Road begins with the murder of the accountant of an apartment complex in what appears to be a barroom fight. It ends with five more killings and the unraveling of largest act of criminal conspiracy and cover up in Southern California’s history. Not only are homicide detectives on the case, but also a young investigative reporter trying to migrate his writing to the newspaper’s front page. There’s an unusual co-operation between the reporter and the detectives, and a very large amount diversity among the characters – the lead investigator is Latino, his partner is Korean, the woman that owns the housing project is African American, the key tipster is Middle Eastern, and the first victim is Vietnamese. However, the reporter is a white boy surfer. Whoever it was that engineered the accountant’s murder wants to prevent certain information about the land the complex sits on from reaching the wrong hands, and has hired an out-of-town killer to terrorize the owner and workers at the apartment complex. Although Sultan Road is a crime/mystery story, it could also reach thriller audiences with some of the scenes where the police or the reporter are close to the answers they seek.

Vote for this Book Idea

  • *One Vote per person - duplicate and suspect votes will be deleted

Voting Status

Countdown to 1,000

1000

votes remaining

  • 50 Votes: Production self-help guide
  • 100 Votes: Platform self-help guide
  • 150 Votes: Promotion self-help guide
  • 200 Votes: Author Assessment
  • 300 Votes: Social Media Strategy
  • 400 Votes: Writing Assessment
  • 500 Votes: Guest Blog Spot
  • 700 Votes: Fan Club Email Blast
  • 900 Votes: Manuscript Assessment
  • 1,000 Votes: Publishing Contract offer
  • 1,500 Votes: Galley Version
  • 2,000 Votes: Publication
MENU

Something or Other Publishing, LLC