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About Jan

With four generations of men serving on the Des Moines Police Department, Jan is the writer of the Ghost and A Cop Series. Currently, the series has four published books: York Street, Red Sunset Drive, Tempest Court, and Hazzard Avenue. The ghost and the cop are the protagonists. In each novel, they are up against a different type of paranormal killer.

Jan recently began writing feature scripts. Lost Lake is her first completed script. The Veil, a thriller, was recently completed. She is working on a new project - Wrong Number. .

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  • The Veil

    The Veil Budget: $100K - $1M | Thriller Horror Joey Hill, wife of a detective, discovers their neighbor has created a device to pierce the Veil (invisible barrier separating the human and supernatural realms). When the neighbors are murdered, Joey recovers the device and becomes the target of a demonic chimney sweep and fanatical priests.  

  • Lost Lake

    Lost Lake Budget: $100K - $1M | Horror Carpenter and reluctant medium, Maura Simpson, joins a construction crew on an isolated island. Unfortunately, she uncovers the grave of Captain Terrell, who was wrongly hanged.

  • Voodun (Based on the novel, Hazzard Avenue - A Ghost and A Cop Series)

    Voodun (Based on the novel, Hazzard Avenue - A Ghost and A Cop Series) Budget: $100K - $1M | Thriller Horror Detective Brett O'Shea's psychic abilities are unleashed when a voodoo priestess spins her web of evil around him and his ghostly partner. 

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  • Red Sunset Drive

    Red Sunset Drive (2019)
    Film by Thor Moreno Writer Reeling from the breakup of his girlfriend, Detective Brett O'Shea spirals downard when the ghost of his murdered great-grandfather appears and annouces he's been sent to help Brett catch a serial killer. With evidence of vampires in the city, Brett is outmatched and ill-equipped to deal with supernatural killers unless he can accept help from his ghostly partner.

Awards

  • 2016 Eric Hoffer Award Finalist

  • Pacific Book Review - 5 Star

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