The Interloper

A dark tour de force of non-stop action and tension.

In Part One, The Hunted, Dan Willis, unemployed and desperate,  is recruited by The Factory. Trained to hunt down and kill insurgents hell-bent on destroying the country, Willis methodically and efficiently performs his job. But there’s a dark secret behind The Factory, and when Willis discovers it no one is safe.

In Part Two, The Dame, Dan finds himself a fugitive and on the run. When a misfit group of criminals recruits him to steal The Dame—a priceless Dutch painting—it looks easy enough, at least until another dame gets into the picture. Then all hell breaks loose as double crosses pile up fast and furiously.

In the adrenaline-pumping, Part Three, The Interloper, Dan and a gang of thieves pull off a drug warehouse robbery until an interloper comes along, and then it becomes a race to see who can stay alive.

Reviews for The Interloper

“Stark meets Ludlum meets Forsyth in this tight and tricky opener to a new novella series from the always-innovative Dave Zeltserman. The set-up is all too contemporary (unemployment, economic woes, rogue capitalists) but the spare prose and rollercoaster pace hark back to the glory days of Gold Medal Books: the paperback originals that changed 20th century publishing, just as e-originals like Zeltserman’s Dan Willis series are changing the game today.”

Roger Smith

“The Dame reads like a Reader’s Digest Condensed Parker, with all of the elements that we know and love crammed into a scant 70 pages. There are the team assembled to do the job with weaker and stronger members, the execution of the heists, the crosses, and the violence. Zeltserman even plays around with point-of-view shifts similar to those in the Parker novels.”

The Violent World of Parker

“This dark tour de force of non-stop action and tension is a brand new episodic series that introduces us to Dan Willis, ex-military man, crack shot, and unemployed liquor salesman recruited by the `The Factory’ to weed out terrorist insurgents operating like everyday people on the homeland front line. But what Willis doesn’t realize until too late is that he’s entered into a government plot of deception and outright murder. In a word, Willis can trust no one. From the mind of a hard-boiled noir master, The Hunted will not only place Zeltserman at the top of his game, but it just might put him over the edge.”

Vincent Zandr

“Everything Dave Zeltserman writes is gold, and his new Hunted series is no exception.”

Evan Lewis