Ever since he was forced off the LAPD for refusing to rat out a fellow officer Paco Moran has struggled to make a living as a reluctant private eye. That’s why he can’t pass up the promise of a big payday when a sketchy Hollywood producer hires him to find a beautiful young Latina on the run with a small fortune in cash. What Paco soon discovers is the stolen money really belongs to a notorious crime syndicate and he’ll be the fall guy if he doesn’t quickly find the girl and return the money. As the deadline approaches the half Mexican/half Anglo Moran finds himself on a frantic search through a shadowy place he calls Dos Angeles – a virtual separate country inside a city named for angels and filled with devils.About the AuthorEmmy nominee Michael O’Hara has produced more than 30 television movies and miniseries and written a string of critically acclaimed, top rated telefilms (including “Switched at Birth” and Murder in the Heartland.”) In addition he created two TV movie franchises – NBC’s highly successful ‘Moment of Truth,’ and ABC’s ‘Crimes of Passion. A native of New York City O’Hara is also a former award-winning journalist and NBC Vice President of Media Relations He lives with his wife Doris in Malibu, California.What People Are SayingPaco Moran’s debut in Michael O'Hara's Dos Angeles is fast-paced, finely crafted, and full of surprises. It's noir fiction for the 21st century, a helluva ride from the first page to last. Here's hoping O'Hara brings Paco back very soon. I can't wait!-- Peter Quinn, Winner of The American Book Award for “Banished Children of Eve.”***A terrific first novel. It starts fast and keeps the surprises coming with a colorful cast of characters and more twists and turns than a high speed chase through the Hollywood hills.-- David Carson, Director, Star Trek: Generations***Add Paco Moran to the honor roll of memorable LA detectives. Michael O’Hara has created a truly unique contemporary character and readers will be swept up in an entertaining tale with one final twist that cries out for a sequel. -- Ed Ames, Grammy-nominated recording artist and actor.