I remember distinctly when Tito’s told me, “Joey, my life has changed for the better. I just landed a whale of an account for my firm. Life is good.”

So why would someone commit suicide after celebrating life the night before? I asked myself.

After sixteen years as a homicide detective with the NYPD, I knew this didn’t add up.                                                                                -Joey Mancuso, A Murder on Wall Street

Skyboat Media is proud to present A MURDER ON WALL STREET and A MURDER ON LONG ISLAND, the first and second installments of an exciting murder-mystery series by Owen Parr. Audiobooks are narrated by Stefan Rudnicki.

“The narration for A Murder On Wall Street was done by Stefan Rudnicki who does a great job….Overall, A Murder On Wall Street was a highly enjoyable and relatively short crime thriller/mystery that I think readers of either genre will enjoy. Fans of American Greed should also check this out, it feels like it was ripped right from the headlines.” —Excerpt from Brian’s 5 star audiobook review on briansbookblog.com 

A MURDER ON WALL STREET (The Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mysteries, Book 1) by Owen Parr

Read by Stefan Rudnicki

Former NYPD officer Joey Mancuso is now half-owner of Captain O’Brian’s Irish Pub and Cigar Bar along with his half-brother, Father Dominic O’Brian.

Just because Joey is no longer NYPD doesn’t mean he’s stopped being curious.  Especially when one of his customers,  a hedge fund manager, decides to take a nosedive after he just landed a big new account.

What really happened to Jonathan Parker (aka “Tito’s”)?

And what about the hit and run “accident” of Parker’s assistant?

With the help of Father Dominic and Joey’s “sometime” girlfriend, FBI Special Agent Marcela “Marcy” Martinez,  Joey tries to figure out what really happened.

Considering the money laundering, insider trading, and a Ponzi scheme that the group uncovers, murder seems like a safe bet. Who did it? Why?

Listen and find out. Hop over to Skyboat’s SoundCloud to listen to an audiobook sample and purchase your copy today!

If you like what you hear, you’ll love the second installment, A MURDER ON LONG ISLAND.

“Apart from the wonderful storytelling skills, the author demonstrates great mastery in the art of creating biting suspense, of excellent prose, and the ability to stir strong emotions in readers.” —Readers’ Favorite

Did Harold Longworth murder his wife?

Joey Mancuso and Father O’Brian have ten days to find out.

No pressure or anything.

A MURDER ON LONG ISLAND: THE LAST ADVOCATE (The Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mysteries, Book 2) by Owen Parr

 Read by Stefan Rudnicki

In A MURDER ON LONG ISLAND, the second exciting volume in the Joey Mancuso, Father O’Brian Crime Mystery Series, the boys are hired by the defense attorneys to find out if their client is innocent.

Award-winning narrator Stefan Rudnicki returns as former NYPD Detective, Giussepe “Joey” Mancuso. With his half-brother, Father Dominic O’ Brian, he works the case out of their usual base of operations, Captain O’Brian’s Pub and Cigar Bar.

The case seems pretty straightforward. Harold Longworth is found alone in his home with his wife’s body after he called 911. There’s gunshot residue on his arms and hands, the victim’s blood is on his clothes and his bloody prints are on the murder weapon.

Longworth also had motive and opportunity.

But, Mancuso wouldn’t be Mancuso without looking past the obvious. Can Joey and Father O’Brian find out the answers before it’s too late?

Listen and find out. Hop over to Skyboat’s SoundCloud to listen to an audiobook sample and purchase your copy today!

About the author:  

Owen Parr was born in Havana, Cuba and grew up in Miami Beach.  He has been employed in the financial advice industry since 1986. During this time, he’s still managed to write. Whether it’s articles for the local paper, his blog, and screenplays that he’s now converting into fictional novels. He’s been writing this whole time.  

His novel, “The Dead Have Secrets” won the 2016 New Apple Book Award for Excellence in Independent Publishing in the “Mystery” category.  

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