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Hidden Money (Book) - 10/30/2014 7:13:33 PM
John W. McCoy is a very good authors and writes about real life and people but fictionalizing to protect the not-so-innocent characters in the novels. He now has written and published five novels of fictions and published. The other three novels will be added to authorsden.com soon. October 2014

Hidden Money (Book) - 7/21/2002 4:55:12 AM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 30, 2002 Hidden Money: Novel More Intriguing than WorldCom and Enron Scandals Salt Lake City, Utah, June 30, 2002 — As the nation closely follows the WorldCom scandal on the heels of the downfall of Enron and Arthur Andersen, John McCoy’s new novel, Hidden Money, uncovers the world of danger and intrigue in the world of high finance. Eric Landers travels to Tahiti in his job as a bank trouble shooter for his friend, Harvey Cannon, the head of credit for the Pacific Division of Northern Trust Bank. Landers’ assignment-to straighten out credit and loan irregularities. He thinks it will be a restful vacation in paradise. However, the stakes go up when a Mafia hit man appears on the plane and two FBI agents meet him at the airport with tales of money laundering. When large amounts of money begin to appear in and then disappear from a questionable bank account, Lander’s challenge is to unravel the game. He is forced to use skills he thought he would never have to use again in a deadly gamble where the stakes become his life and the life of the woman he loves. John McCoy, Hidden Money, $22.00, ISBN #: 1-930586-69-8 Advance books available at discount with quick delivery online at "http://www.pdbookstore.com" An expert in the banking industry, John McCoy’s talents as a writer make this a must-read for both those interested in the world of finance as well as those on the look-out for adventure and intrigue. American Book Classics is an imprint of American Book Publishing, a traditional publishing company with over 85 titles to date in print. Contact Information: For more information, review copies, author photos, and interviews, contact Terri Hayes at "mailto:bookpr.american-book.com” or 801 463-3890.

Leaving It Behind (Book) - 7/21/2002 4:48:48 AM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 30, 2002 Leaving It Behind: Riveting New Novel by Master of Suspense Salt Lake City, Utah, June 30, 2002—Following in the footsteps of Tom Clancy and James Michener, John McCoy’s masterful new suspense novel, Leaving It Behind, combines the riveting forces of danger and intrigue with an insightful look into the world of Vietnam. McCoy gives us a suspenseful novel based on his expertise in the banking world and personal experience in Vietnam. “Culture-hero” Jonathan Langston and his Vietnamese friend, Quan, fight to destroy the drug cartels, set up during the Vietnam War, which are trying to control the banking industry in Vietnam and other countries, including America. Factored into the equation is Tuyet, a woman Jon rescued from rape and death when she was a young girl. After years of denying their destiny, and after years of loneliness and unhappiness, Jon swears this mission will be his last. What he and Quan and his army of mountain soldiers, the Montagnards, don’t count on is betrayal by top government officials and the kidnapping of Anh Phon (Quan’s wife), Tuyet, and their general. Only through Jon’s shrewd thinking and the help of friends is he able to save those who mean the most to him, so that he can leave his former life behind and begin a new one with Tuyet. John McCoy, Leaving It Behind, $22.00, ISBN #1-930586-70-1 Advance books available at discount with quick delivery online at http://www.pdbookstore.com. Father Charlie Robak, Hanol, Vietnam testifies, “This book was very engaging and hard to put down, from my own personal experience of working and living in Vietnam. John McCoy has a very good understanding of the various cultures of the Vietnamese people and their willingness to accept life as it is.” American Book Classics is an imprint of American Book Publishing, a traditional publishing company with over 85 titles to date in print. Contact Information: For more information, review copies, author photos, and interviews, contact Terri Hayes at bookpr.american-book.com or 801 463-3890.

Hidden Money (Book) - 2/4/2002 7:49:51 PM
I read Hidden Money and really enjoyed it. You have an excellent wordsmith and just as good as Tom Clancy. Best of luck on really selling lots and lots of your books.

Leaving It Behind (Book) - 2/2/2002 9:21:04 PM
Your book - Leaving It Behind - is written in an easy going style and shows the cultures of Vietnam in a difficult situation. The story moves fast and opens the suspense in each chapter. I had difficulty in putting the book down and continued reading. A very good ability in creativity which depicts real life. Dirk Teda

Hidden Money (Book) - 2/2/2002 9:15:57 PM
Your books - Hidden Money and Leaving It Behind - are written in an easy going style with a certain American accent. The plots are developed early and kept me in suspense eager to find out what is happening inthe next chapters. Each chapter led quickly into a new guessing game with the suspense. Keep writing Dirk

Hidden Money (Book) - 1/26/2002 6:23:58 AM
I could not put this book down and read it in basically one day. It is an exceptional book and would be ideal for a movie. I will now purchase John W. McCoy's second book - Leaving it Behind. Exceptional rating. Kevin Collins

The Charge of the Deadly Cape Buffalo (Short Story) - 10/28/2014 12:41:38 AM
This story by John W. McCoy actually happened in Zimbabwe when he was visiting on a tour.

The Charge of the Deadly Cape Buffalo (Short Story) - 5/18/2011 7:27:54 AM
Great story, John, the pace never slackens. I don't think I'd have managed forty minutes without panicking, especially with a river full of crocs behind me!

Money Laundering is a Contest of Nerves for the Professionals (Short Story) - 8/31/2009 1:12:17 PM
This is all pretty interesting information, and makes me wonder a bit about your books. It seems like someone of your experience could make a good living being a consultant to other authors looking to add realism.

My Street in Hanoi (Short Story) - 8/9/2004 12:22:57 PM
This was very interesting bringing me to the moment...

My Street in Hanoi (Short Story) - 8/2/2003 5:49:45 AM
enjoyed the read

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