Author Randy Upton’s new book “Isle Noir” is a fast-paced work of futuristic fiction imagining an anarchic city and the universal conflict between good guys and bad

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Recent release “Isle Noir” from Page Publishing author Randy Upton is an action-packed narrative introducing Brie Kerrygold, a feisty young genie, or genetically infused humanoid organism, who takes a job with a private investigator and embarks on an exciting career fighting crime in the big city.

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Randy Upton, a former Peace Corps volunteer and customer service professional who enjoys travel, role-playing games, and cosplay currently living in a suburb of Chicago, has published his latest book “Isle Noir”: an entertaining and lighthearted literary debut.

In a world gone mad, Isle Noir is a city rife with corruption and greed run by secret societies and criminal cabals. The police are either incompetent, corrupt, or severely overworked. For the average joe, the only hope for justice is to hire a private eye.

Brie Kerrygold is an art historian with a shaky employment record and an even worse dating history. Her last chance for a meaningful job is as a girl Friday for PI Jake Crane. Her shorthand may be a little rusty, but this cute blonde is a crack shot with a knack for overcoming obstacles and getting into the places she needs to be. With the help of her friends and family, Brie is going to show the bad guys that, even in Isle Noir, you don’t piss off the cute blonde! Whether she can keep a boyfriend is another question entirely.
Published by Page Publishing, Randy Upton’s engrossing book is an enjoyable futuristic adventure for avid fantasy and crime fiction readers.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Isle Noir” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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