Guest Author: Mark Victor Young

RISK cover FINAL_600I am thrilled to welcome author Mark Victor Young. Just in time for spooks on stoops, he’s here to tell us about his latest mystery, Risk.

They’re the most unlikely detectives…
Martin is a 38-year-old virgin marked for greatness by the insurance gods. In his professional life, he is paid to assess risk, but in his personal life he plays it safe. Experience has shown him that lonely is better than brokenhearted.

George is a wannabe architect with white man’s dreadlocks. He risks his neck on the streets of Toronto every day as a bike courier, but his job is unchallenging and he chooses apathy over the risk of failure at what he really wants to do.

When George tags along with Martin to investigate the scene of his latest claim, they stumble upon a burglary in process. Now they are being hunted by an unknown adversary who will stop at nothing to get what he’s after, forcing Martin and George into a dangerous game of cat and mouse in which they must risk everything.

IFAbout Mark Victor Young
Husband, father, writer. Happily married since 1992 and a father since 2003, Mark has been a writer for as long as he can remember. He was born in Toronto and grew up in London, Canada. He was the first winner of the Lillian Kroll Prize for Creative Writing at Western University, where he also completed a degree in English Literature. The manuscript for Risk was a semi-finalist in the Chapters Robertson Davies First Novel Contest. Mark has published novels, poetry, short fiction, feature articles, comic strips and book reviews in various media.

He lives in London with his wife and daughter, those to whom all his work and play is dedicated.

Connect with Mark – http://markvictoryoung.com/

Risk is available on AmazonKoboGoogle, and Smashwords.

Book page – http://markvictoryoung.com/risk/

This past summer, “Risk” was featured on the main page of Wattpad.com as of July 25th, and it reached the Top Ten for Mystery/Thriller which was very exciting. It has since garnered almost 50,000 reads.

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