Troy Cook, Guest Writer Should I stay or should I go now? That’s the question we all face with a new movie and I have to say that “District 9″ is a definite go. It’s an unusual and highly original science-fiction film that… continue reading review.
The One Minute Assassin
Article originally published in the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor, December 3, 2008. By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer As a former resident of the Tinsletown, Troy Cook worked as a child actor and eventually went to work as a cameraman and then movie director. He wrote and directed movies for fifteen years and his work took him all over the world, including crime-ridden Russia. Loveland, Colorado is a long way from the bright lights
I recently had the opportunity to interview mystery writer, Troy Cook. His first book, “47 Rules of Highly Effective Bank Robbers,” has been nominated for numerous awards and the film rights to the book were recently bought by FilmColony. Cook’s second book, “The One Minute Assassin” is in bookstores now. His third book, “The Criminal Next Door,” is due out next summer. Read my entire article on Cook,