C.L Lowry is a novelist and short-story writer, with no bounds. Along with writing suspenseful novels for mature audiences, he touches on current social issues in America. C.L. Lowry was in law-enforcement for years and uses his experience and education to demand his readers' attention with realistic scenarios throughout his stories.
The Black Badge: Confessions of Corruption by C.L. Lowry recently won an award for best compilation/anthologies at the New York Book Festival. In 2018, C.L. Lowry was a finalist for the Book Excellence Awards (The Scavenger).
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Benjamin Mouzone is a novelist and Philadelphia native. After facing adversity during the process of becoming a Philadelphia Police Officer, Benjamin was finally able to reach his goal. Benjamin touches on these issues and more in his debut book, Through the Eyes of a Rookie. Benjamin has been a police officer for over ten years and his experience is reflected in his writing.
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Chris McClean is a graphic designer and short-story writer. He created the CrimeFighters: Defenders of Justice, which is a diverse group of super heroes that work together to fight crime. Along with writing fun short stories for younger audiences, he also works with various non-profit organizations to feed the homeless and work with delinquent children. Chris has spent years in law-enforcement and one of his goals is to rebuild the gap between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve.
Chris McClean was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia is where Chris spends most of his time giving back to those in need. In 2017, Chris was a finalist for the Book Excellence Awards (The CrimeFighters: The Heroes Stop a Bully) and winner of the Hungry Minds Book Award for the 2017 Independent Children’s Publisher (The CrimeFighters Book Series). In 2018, Chris was a finalist in the Purple Dragonfly Book Awards for the category of bullying (The CrimeFighters: The Heroes Stop a Bully) and won 2nd place in the general fiction category (Mason’s Messy Room). Chris’ title Sierra and the Sweet Tooth Fairy won Best Children’s Book at the 2018 DMV Black Authors Awards.
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