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ROBERT FATE is my pen name. The name on my birth certificate is Robert Fate Bealmear. I wrote my first novel when I was 70 and chose as the protagonist a young woman whose nickname is Baby Shark.
I'm a Marine Corps veteran who earned the G.I. Bill. So, I lived in Paris and studied at the Sorbonne. In my murky past, I have worked as an oilfield rough neck on a Texaco rig in Northeastern Oklahoma and a TV cameraman in Oklahoma City. I was a fashion model in New York City, where I co-authored
KILL THE GIGOLO by Robert Fate
Kill the Gigolo is a stand alone, contemporary, hardboiled crime adventure, with a male protagonist and a cast of characters you will find hard to forget.
Boston gangster Al Foley has a grudge to settle and only the severed head of a New York City gigolo named Erik Lamar will even the score. The Irish Mob is given an assignment: kill the gigolo.
When the mutilated corpse of Erik's friend, Freddy, is found dumped in an Upper West Side alley, Erik gets the warning--what happened to Freddy is a Girl Scout demerit compared to what is planned for him. But first, they have to catch him. One step ahead of Foley's thugs, the smooth-talking ladies man flies off to Mexico, thinking he has traded terror for a life of leisure with a rich older woman who delights in bad boys like Erik.
But it's not so easy. He meets a beauty named Valerie--and he thought Al Foley was dangerous. Lies and deceit become Erik's way of life in the tropics, and in no time losing his head to the mob becomes the least of his worries.