A Double Dose of McSwain & Beck

A Double DoseBoy, have I got a deal for you…and just in time for Christmas!

A Double Dose of McSwain & Beck is the first two KINDLE books in the YA mystery-thriller series, featuring the sleuthing and spy duo, McSwain & Beck. Gone at Zero Hundred 00:00 and Fireworks on the 4th (which was JUST PUBLISHED), together, in one box set and cheaper than buying both books, individually.

This series is written from the perspective of the 18-year-old main character(s), geared toward fans of sleuths and spies, and is not Shakespearean literature. Crimes depicted are straight from the headlines-type stories, derived from the author’s interviews with law enforcement personnel, only with fictional crime-fighting techniques created from the 18-year-old mindset.

Is some of the action over the top? Sure.

Unbelievable? No.

Innocent 18-year-olds go off to war, and overcome obstacles and handle mind-blogging, heroic feats every day. McSwain & Beck was created to take the reader into a fictional world, and give them a few hours of escape.

GONE AT ZERO HUNDRED 00:00 – “Their lives are in the hands of two 18-year-olds…”

A prominent P.I. is gunned down – killed by a sniper – and it is broadcasted on live TV.

Now, her daughter, along with her childhood pal, are thrust into a complex and riveting thriller forced to take on a secret club whose members call themselves The Privileged Ones.

Murder. Teen abductions and illegal underground parties.

They’re chased by men in ski-masks, nearly gunned down by members of a cartel, and the only way to bring down this criminal enterprise; is to crash a Mardi Gras bash and stop their private cruise ship from sailing off into the sunset.

What some readers are saying…

***”My son who is 13 and claims he does not like to read…started this book and couldn’t put it down. Read it in 2 days.” ~ Amazon Reviewer

***”High-octane, action packed and quick-witted romp through the perilous underworld. Written in a vein similar to early James Patterson (his good stuff) the chapters are short and make you want to gobble them down.” ~ Goodreads Reviewer

***”This book had me on the edge of my seat, literally. I could not put my book down. It was intense and mysterious.” ~ Amazon Reviewer

***”Gone at Zero Hundred Packs Some Major Torque! I was blown away by this complex, high-octane thriller.” ~ Amazon Reviewer

FIREWORKS ON THE 4TH – “Save the hockey player, save the city…”

A high school hockey star.

A sinister group bent on destruction.


Just weeks after their first case, McSwain & Beck find themselves trapped in their most perilous adventure yet. Racing against the clock, their unique skills are put to the test against a sinister group bent on destruction. An explosive thrill ride where sparks fly and the lives of thousands are in their hands.

***”Wow! I gotta say that Ms. Hiatt has got major writing skills! She gripped me from prologue to finish with this thrilling start to a great new YA Mystery series. Her characters are awesome and quickly pull you into the heart of the story, as you turn page after page of thrilling twists and turns. I loved following the characters on this roller coaster ride.”
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2 comments on “A Double Dose of McSwain & Beck
  1. Dana Griffin says:

    Sure, sell both books cheaper than buying them individually, after I’ve done just that. Let’s see, how can I work your murder into my story?

    Just kidding. Good luck with the sale of these two together. I hope others enjoy them as much as I did the first one. I promise, I’ll get to Fireworks very soon and leave a review. But then I’ll have awhile to wait for your third book. When will it be coming out?

  2. Best wishes with the double does. Happy Holidays, MG

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