R.L. Tyler started writing spy stories over a dozen years ago and has a fascination for exotic countries and cultures. As a PSF agent, R.L. Tyler officially does not exist.
Heroin Guns Now in Trade Paper Back
Years after the US liberation of Afghanistan, war still rages in the tribal areas of the mountains. From the midst of the turmoil, powerful drug lords flood the world with heroin. World leaders scream for the US to act.
The president orders his two best agents, Vince and Cat, into Afghanistan to stop the flow of heroin from Kabul. They unwittingly expose a file that could destroy the Afghan government, topple the American president, and endanger millions of lives. Vince and Cat race into explosive danger in order to uncover the truth behind the file before it’s too late.
When a Japanese mafia organization abducts North Korea’s embalmed “Eternal Leader” as ransom for the return of a kidnapped Japanese girl, North Korea refuses to trade and threatens to attack Japan. Secret agents Vince and Cat rush to North Korea to rescue the girl, but a betrayal leads them into a trap. The world teeters on the edge of war, and the fate of one girl and the long-dead Communist leader will tip the scale.
Chasing Pirates in Never Land short story
An agent in forced retirement investigates a string of brutal murders while coming to terms with his wife’s death.