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Police Detective Arkaby thought he had resolved the strange murder of millionaire industrialist and bleeding edge bio-scientist Willum Mortimus Granger, whose completely severed body he discovered at the beginning tweet of Executive Severance, Book 1 of my Twitstery Twilogy. Arkaby is a by-the-book procedural investigator so full of himself he tweets every particular of his investigation, even though he is not, and never has been himself a billionaire Presidential candidate. Though he solves Granger’s murder, Arkaby’s habit of tweeting his every move nearly costs him his life at the hands an adversary who secretly follows his Twitter account.
Imagine now suspended Detective Arkaby’s surprise when, in The Golden Parachute, Book 2 of the Twitstery Twilogy, he receives a ghostly visit from someone who appears to be the previously deceased Willum Granger and who offers him big bucks to find his missing daughter, Regi Granger, BUT ONLY IF HE CONTINUES TWEETING. The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak. Still skeptical Detective Arkaby reluctantly travels to the Caribbean where he not only locates Regi, but also stumbles across the now reconnected body of Willum Granger in a Caribbean medical school autopsy lab. Arkaby describes Regi as “a cool drink of water he’d like to swallow in one gulp,” but that may just be the Caribbean heat talking.
In the forthcoming I Tweet, Therefore I Am, Book 3 of the Twitstery Twilogy, Arkaby and Regi return with her father’s body to the States where a new murder mystery awaits them. Strange things are happening at Willum Granger’s medical laboratory where someone liquidates his brother, Farley Granger, in a gruesome and humiliating manner. It is up to Arkaby and Regi to solve this second murder and uncover the secret of his original mystery visitor. One problem: Arkaby is the chief suspect in Farley Granger’s murder!
Executive Severance was published in book form by NeoPoiesis Press in 2011 and can be found here:
The Golden Parachute is available this Friday for only 99 cents!
I Tweet, Therefore I Am will appear as a Kindle eBook later this month.