Nov. 23, 2012
-- CHANDLER (AZ)—
Brighton Publishing LLC is pleased to announce the signing of E.J. Morelli for Mountain Blue: Patrolling the Catskills
. Through the eyes of loyalty and truth, author E.J. Morelli
presents a work of significant magnitude and indelible focus. Mountain Blue: Patrolling the Catskills
is currently scheduled for release in eBook
format in early-2013 with the print version scheduled for release in mid-2013.
In the native language of the region, the town of Shandaken, New York is known as, “land of rapid waters”
and for Police Captain Tony Marciano there are some days when the rising water moves a little faster than others.
In Tony’s world, intrigue is woven into the very fabric of the community he protects and in the variety of crime scenes he processes. What lies in The Catskill Mountains
, known to locals as—The Blue Mountains
, is a simple, yet sometimes seedy world—where the future never sleeps and every day offers up another enticing adventure.
Join Captain Marciano and his K-9 partner, Musket, as they continue their quest to clean up the streets of Shandaken by pursuing and capturing some of the area’s most notorious perpetrators of burglary, domestic violence, theft, drugs, and…even murder.
Go inside the darkest recesses of Shandaken to take down a Meth lab and suit up with regional SWAT team members as they hunt down and capture a murder suspect. Learn first-hand the risk every officer takes when he puts on a badge and gun—that they may not make it home
“Author E.J. Morelli captures the essence of the Catskill Mountains and delivers a profound visualization of the area and its most interesting inhabitants,”
said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “E.J. Morelli taps out a resounding echo of the territory and his loyalty through service
creates an altogether worthy backdrop for Mountain Blue: Patrolling the Catskills
Eugene J. Morelli grew up in Phoenicia, New York and would later move on to become a Sheriff’s Deputy in rural South Carolina. Currently assigned as night shift supervisor, canine handler, and SWAT Medic, the author knows the depth of challenges faced by rural law enforcement officers. Off duty, he enjoys time spent with friends, family, and motorcycles. This book is dedicated to the memory of Bobby, a great partner and friend who recently passed away.