Reach for the Sky

The Mason Braithwaite Paranormal Mystery Series

Book 3
Dagmar Miura
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 A bougie addict and his wife hire Mason to hunt for buried loot, but he’s not even sure it exists. His psychic insights lead him to an old building with a lot to hide, as well as trying to outwit a Freemason, and getting tangled up with a woman who claims to be rooting out corruption in local government—but why does she need a psychic to do that? Working undercover for her at city hall, he runs up against some vicious civil servants who will stop at nothing to protect the status quo.

The third installment of the Mason Braithwaite Paranormal Mystery Series finds the bicycle-riding psychic investigator gaining confidence in using his newfound reality-distorting research techniques, struggling with his own rapid evolution while being drawn into unexpected peril as he navigates the shiny heights and gritty underbelly of Los Angeles. Despite his instinct to blame his boyfriend for getting involved with shady people, Ned is always there to provide insight and help pick up the pieces, and their roommate, Peggy, is back on stage and more pregnant than ever. With deft manipulation, Mason cuts through the lies and exposes secrets that are both dark and twisted and incredibly inspiring.

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About the author

 Christopher has worked as a journalist, writer, and editor, and was one of the driving forces behind Japan’s Jezebel magazine (1992–1998). He helped found the Hummadruz Film Festival (1999–2000), which held events on three continents and provided a platform for filmmakers working in world music and environmental themes. More recently he has worked on Los Angeles–based entertainment magazines and as a rewriter for peer-reviewed academic journal articles and works translated from Asian languages. The Mason Braithwaite paranormal mystery series has six planned volumes. Christopher currently lives in Los Angeles with his partner and a neurotic dog.

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Publisher
Dagmar Miura
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Published on
Jan 15, 2016
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Pages
250
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ISBN
9781942267126
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Gay
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Private Investigators
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