Edmund Mahon

Nothing Happens All the Time: Homicides Truly Know How to Interrupt a Good Meal!

Nothing Happens All the Time: Homicides Truly Know How to Interrupt a Good Meal! by Edmund Mahon
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fiction Fantasy, Suspense
For readers of:Mystery, Detective, SciFi, Supernatural, James Patterson
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Print Length456
PublisherBookBaby & Amazon Digital Services
Publication Date04/04/16
About the Book

The setting of the book is based in the future sixty years in the year 2076. Most of the characters work in the detective bureau in Boston PD, with other characters outside of the division added in to provide the variety of life necessary to keep things interesting. Given the storyline is in the future, naturally there are going to be elements of possible future tech involved.

A good mystery, whodunit, detective novel with glimmers of romance and science fiction wrapped around by a causational flow of energy to help keep the story moving from start to finish.

Growing With the Flow...

Detective Eli Mitchell enjoyed working the cases that landed on his desk, regardless of who they involved and the implications of the crimes tying them to the investigation. He loved his job and the Boston metropolis certainly had its fair share of incidents to keep the job interesting, outside of the so-called daily routine stigma that's been the cause of career burnout in far too many good officers. An occupational hazard that came with the job whether it was recognized as such or not.

How could Detective Mitchell possibly know that his next big case, a homicide at one of the local convenience stores, was going to set events in motion over the next twelve days that would completely change every aspect of his life? Events that would soon turn his world upside down and inside out beyond the limits of the surreal, regardless of any departmental training, on the job or life experience, and even his own understanding of being.

It's a damn good thing for him that he has coffee.

Book One of The Perpetual Manifested States of Being series.

About the Author

Originally from the New England area, my family moved us across the country during my youth. Currently in Utah, I’ve always found writing to be a good outlet for the various thoughts and ideas that inspired me to write over the years albeit more so as a philosophical hobby than anything serious, until now. Outside of my ongoing career in law enforcement, I enjoy spending time with my wife and children when I can't find the time to do some fishing, camping, or the occasional computer game or two.

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