New novel “Cayuga” by Larry Mollin is released, an adventure story following detective Max Dean as he navigates an unsolved murder, ancient artifacts, and a looming prophecy

October 14 20:40 2020

“Cayuga” by Larry Mollin has been released worldwide. This 253-page adventure novel tells the story of down-and-out private detective Max Dean as he investigates an unsolved murder, but his hunt for clues leads to bigger and bigger mysteries, including an ancient artifact, cultists, and an ominous prophecy spanning cultures and centuries.

Cayuga (ISBN: 9781735271033) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including and Amazon. The paperback retails for $14.99. Wholesale orders are available through Ingram.

From the back cover:

Career-challenged writer and semi-retired private detective, Max Dean, living his worst life, takes on an investigation of a thirteen-year old unsolved murder in upstate New York. At the request of a rich, elderly lady from his past, he lands in the Finger Lakes whose lakes, gorges and falls hide secrets from when the land was a bloody Revolutionary War battleground. While following clues to the identity of the murderer, Max is catapulted into a search for the long-lost, Eye of Shiva, an ancient Hindu weapon of mass destruction. He’s helped along a perilous path by an anthropologist cousin who is not really a cousin, an aging hippie, ticket scalper, a loser thief with winner dreams, and a Native American jewelry-maker slash wise man. Max find himself in a battle of wits with death cultists from India, masquerading as Ivy League academics; born to fulfill the catastrophic prophecy of the Third Cleansing.

About the author:

Before moving to Los Angeles, Larry Mollin was a playwright and Artistic Director of Toronto, Canada’s Homemade Theatre, a seminal performance group of the 1970’s. Transitioning to Hollywood, he became a Writer for Prime-Time Television for over thirty years starting with CHiPs. He’s best known for his work on “Beverly Hills 90210” for which he wrote and produced one-hundred twenty-eight house from 1993-1998, the zenith of the show’s popularity. Larry returned to the theatre world in 2012 with a 1960’s-themed, trilogy of plays, produced in New York City, London, and summer stock on Cape Cod. He also is a published poet and rock and roll lyricist.

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