About Midnight Black:
Billy Russell’s career as a DEA officer abruptly ends when he cold-bloodedly executes the man who committed a heinous crime against him. Sentenced to twenty-years hard labor in total isolation from the outside world, he’s suddenly and without explanation is released on parole three-years early. Returning to society, he learns that an isolated nuclear attack between Pakistan and India has spread primal fear of a nuclear holocaust allowing autocratic billionaires to have seized control of the world. Their reign of terror has brought rampant poverty, crime, disease, and drug addiction. As a condition of his parole, Billy is assigned to a government drug enforcement unit in Boston. He soon makes a gruesome discovery—the unit is a cover for a government sanctioned assassination squad. Approached by a secret underground dissident group planning to overthrow the authoritarian world government, Billy joins them to help end the demonic reign of tyranny. In doing so discovers the shocking truth of the government’s true mission and finds himself embroiled in the wildest conspiracy he could have ever imagined.
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During his film and television career, Robert J. Emery, who writes novels under the pen name, R. J. Eastwood, has written, produced, and directed feature motion pictures, television documentaries, national television commercials, political campaigns, and industrial films. Some of the highlights of his career include the award-winning ninety-one-episode television series The Directors for Starz/Encore, the award-winning four-part mini-series, The Genocide Factor for PBS, the award-winning documentary For God & Country: A Marine Sniper’s Story for MSNBC, and the award-winning motion picture, Swimming Upstream, for the Lifetime Television Network.
Mr. Emery has been honored with over seventy-five industry awards including seven years in a row at The New York Festivals, two Golden Eagles from The Chicago International Film & Television Festival, top honors at HoustonFest, and the Best Dramatic Feature Film Award for Swimming Upstream from the Los Angeles Angel City Film Festival. His previous novel, The Autopsy of Planet Earth, was awarded the Author’s Circle Novel of Excellence for Fiction, the Readers’ Favorite Award for Best Fiction, the Pulp Pen Award for Fiction, and book of the year award from Book Talk Radio Book. He is a member of the Directors Guild of America, American Association of Writers & Editors and the Alliance of Independent National Authors.