The Last Of My Books

Marta Nater Author Interview

Heroes To The Public Villains To The Law is the final book in your trilogy. Was there anything that developed organically while writing this series that surprised you?

While writing this final book, I wasn’t all too sure how it would go and end. As I wrote it, many new creative ideas came to mind. It took much focusing and thinking just to write it. As I wrote each chapter, it would take me vividly into my imagination as if it were all taking place. I enjoyed writing down each mind scenario that I kept coming up with, then erasing and restarting it again just to get it right. It took much of my time, imagination, and patience just to make a point and get the final messages out to a public that still may not understand the why. I was rather surprised by the way it all played out towards the end.

Were you able to cover everything you wanted to in this series?

Yes, I pretty much covered everything that I wanted to discuss through the written series.

What do you hope is one thing readers take away from your trilogy?

I hope they first and foremost understand why I wrote the series which was to bring light on the matter of child abuse, pedophiles, rapist, and racism issues. To understand that each one of us can make a difference in these issues by advocacy. To help stop the abuse of children whether that be by a parent, caretaker, or foster. Insist in harsher punishments for both sexual rapists and pedophiles. To help change the weak laws that are currently set in place for racism into better ones.

Are you planning to write more books featuring the characters from this series or are you working on something different?

At the time being, I will not be writing any more books now or in the future. My trilogy series was the last of my books to write to try and get an important message out. In the meantime, I have some of my books available on Amazon and book stores.

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In this third and final book novel emerges a new teen villain, Darla.
When her father, Shadow Claw, is finally captured, an enraged Darla, unable to help and left with no other choice, makes her way into Africa to seek the help of villain Cora.
Upon Cora’s return to New York, law enforcement is faced with Cora’s ruthless wrath again.
Cora’s return brings her previous rivals, Jerico, Nina, and Danny, back to the scene.
Cora and her new triple team members from Africa set their eyes on human traffickers.
Left with no other options, FBI headquarters sort out prisoner Amadou Khan to help in the capture of the villainess Cora.
Commissioner Danny’s adopted sister, scientist and technologist Julia, joins the fight.
A new mafia king leader takes over for the late mafia king. Commissioner Danny’s dark secret from his past is discovered, bringing dire consequences.
A familiar face from Nina Dansk’s past returns for her.
After receiving an unexpected tip about his parents’ unsolved death, Jericho faces a new betrayal and a rival.
Beast Shadow Claw’s true identity is finally revealed.

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