The Fixer Series

The Naked Man

The Fixer – Katerina Mills Book 1

by Jill Amy Rosenblatt

Genre: Crime Suspense Fiction

Silver Medal Winner – Suspense Fiction – 2017 Global Ebook Awards

“…fun and fast-paced…Packed with thrills and fun characters…” Ashton, Beauty, Books & Babble

“Katerina—I need some help. Be a good girl and come over here and I’ll make it worth your while.”

It’s an offer NYC college student Katerina Mills should refuse. But how can she?

A desperate situation….

After ditching her cheating lover (and boss), she’s stuck in dead end temp jobs. Her dad just ditched her mom and his promise to pay Kat’s college tuition bill. She has two weeks to come up with $14,000 or she’s out of her apartment, out of school, and out of luck.

A dangerous world….

Katerina falls into a job as a “fixer” for New York City’s wealthy and privileged men. They have problems they need “fixed,” quick and on the QT, and they’re willing to pay. The rules are simple: collect the money, use your contacts, fix the problem.

Kat’s first job is easy: tail a shopaholic socialite wife. But who’s tailing Kat? Kat’s second job is not so easy: steal a VHS tape hidden in an antique chest. She can’t do it alone. To be a thief, she needs a thief: handsome, reclusive Alexander Winter to be exact.

Kat soon learns the real rules for a fixer: there are no rules, there are no refunds. Get in. Get results. Get gone. As every step brings her closer to her goal and closer to danger, there’s one rule left for Katerina Mills to learn: once you’re in, there’s no getting out.

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The Killing Kind

The Fixer – Katerina Mills Book 2

Silver Medal Winner – Thriller Fiction – 2017 Global Ebook Awards

“The Fixer: The Killing Kind (The Fixer – Katerina Mills Book 2) by Jill Amy Rosenblatt is every bit as good, if not better, than the first book in the series. Even more action is packed into this edge-of-your-seat tale as Kat leads us on another thrilling journey.”
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Kat’s back and in over her head with cops, criminals… and killers.

Christmas is around the corner but professional “fixer” Katerina Mills isn’t feeling the holiday spirit, juggling college classes, a lovesick cop, and demanding clients.

Obnoxious hedge fund manager Simon Marcus wants Kat to get his prized Porsche back from his vengeful wife—but Simon isn’t the only one after the car.

Rock star writer Paul Patel needs something “special” to finish his next bestseller—something that will send Katerina straight to prison if she gets caught.

And what about mysterious Thomas Gallagher? His jobs are simple and easy. Is he just a bored billionaire, or is he watching Kat’s every move, making his own plans for her?

Katerina needs help. Enter handsome, elusive thief Alexander Winter. He’s back, tutoring Kat in all things criminal. But is that all he’s going to teach her?

Katerina Mills is still haunted by her first assignment…and her first assignment is about to come back to haunt her…a deadly enemy who’s closer than she thinks…

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The Last Romanov

The Fixer – Katerina Mills Book 3

Kat’s back for the third installment in the suspense thriller series that’s been called “a rollercoaster ride of an adventure.” (Jennie Reads)

“My name is Katerina Mills. Make sure I disappear.”

Katerina Mills is getting out . . .

Desperate to escape a psychotic former client, a vengeful mobster, and a dirty DEA agent, professional “fixer” Kat Mills is ready to drop out and disappear.

She doesn’t trust her employer, the shadowy MJM Consulting, but Katerina can’t say no to one last job for the biggest score yet, enough money to get lost for good . . . until the client asks the impossible . . .

Dmitry Zilinsky claims he is a direct descendant of Russia’s last Tsar, Nicholas II, and he demands Katerina steal the item that will prove it.

Kat must get the job done or she can’t make her escape. But when professional thief Alexander Winter reappears in her life, Katerina Mills faces a new choice: go it alone or risk everything to be with the one person she doesn’t want to live without?

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Jill Amy Rosenblatt is the author of Project Jennifer and For Better or Worse, published by Kensington Press.

She received her master’s degree in Literature and Creative Writing from Burlington College.

The Fixer crime/suspense series is Jill’s first adventure in self- publishing. The Naked Man, The Killing Kind, and The Last Romanov are available wherever eBooks and paperbacks are sold.

She is currently editing the fourth book in the series, The Good Criminal.

She lives on Long Island.

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Thank you so much for the opportunity to visit with you. I’m so happy to be here.

What are your top favorite books/authors?
So many to choose from! I know I’ll make this list and then a week later realize I forgot one.
Richard Stark – Parker series
Donald Westlake – Dortmunder serries
Daniel Silva – Gabriel Allon series
The Road: Cormac McCarthy
Atonement: Ian McEwan
Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen
The Widow’s Season: Laura Brodie
A Prayer for Owen Meany: John Irving
Janet Evanovich: Stephanie Plum series
1984 – George Orwell

How long have you been writing?
I’ve been writing since college. I started with screenwriting because I love movies. I had
worked on a screenplay for a while and then decided to turn it into a novel. It became my first
published book, Project Jennifer.
Do the characters all come to you at the same time or do some of them come to you as
you write?
My characters never come to me at the same time. They always come up as I’m writing the
story. A character always forms through conversation. When I write, I always start with a
conversation between two characters and then they reveal themselves by what they say and
then what they do.

What kind of research do you do before you begin writing a book?
All kinds! I love research! But sometimes I wish it was possible to write something without
having to look something up first! I read books and articles; I do internet searches. If it’s
possible to walk in the character’s shoes and visit the place I’m writing about, I will definitely
do that. I have been so fortunate to be able to interview experts and ask questions to ensure
that I’m on the right track with the plot and details. Any errors in any of my books are my
fault as the writer, not the wonderful people who are so kind to talk with me.

Do you see writing as a career?
Absolutely. I believe having a full-time career as a working writer is possible.

Do you read yourself and if so what is your favorite genre?
Yes, I read as much as I can. My taste in books vary but I always gravitate back to mysteries,
suspense, crime, spy novels, and dystopian.
Do you prefer to write in silence or with noise? Why?
Great question! That depends on my mood and how well I’m able to settle my mind and
concentrate on that particular day. Some days I find it difficult to concentrate so I like it quiet.
Other days, I’ll put on my headphones and play music.
Do you write one book at a time or do you have several going at a time?
I was currently working on books 4, 5, and 6, in The Fixer series at the same time. I felt it
made sense because one plot line is running through all three books and I didn’t want to
complete books four and five and then get to six and realize I left something out! Since then,
the stories for the later books are flowing so fast and easy that I’m setting up files for books
later in the series and typing everything in while it’s fresh.
Pen or type writer or computer?
It used to be pencil and yellow legal pad only. That’s changed recently and now I’m typing
directly on the computer. I’m not sure the change will work out for the best but since that’s
how it’s been working, I’m going to go with it.
A day in the life of the author?
I work a full-time day job, so after work I will be on the computer for a bit getting some
writing done and I write on weekends as well. Usually, I’m so busy during the day that I don’t
think about the books at all. If something comes to me, it’s usually while I’m driving to work
or driving home from work.
Do you have any advice to offer for new authors?
I try not to give any advice because what works for one person may not work for someone
else. I do suggest that it’s helpful to read as much as possible and read different genres.
Describe your writing style.
I would say my style is brisk. The books start off a little slow at the beginning but then I pick
up the pace until I really try to put my foot on the gas to keep it as exciting as I can as it races
to the end.

Thank you again for having me. I appreciate it!

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