From digging up the yard to tracking down clues on the other side of the country, and with the begrudging support of his boyfriend, Ned, and help from their roommate, Peggy, the intrepid bicycle-riding psychic investigator uses his paranormal skills and real-world insights to get to the bottom of the twisted mystery.
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. Christopher currently lives in Los Angeles with his partner and a neurotic dog.
This latest installment in the Mason Braithwaite Paranormal Mystery Series sees the disheveled redhead honing his psychic chops while digging deeper into paranormal phenomena. His boyfriend, Ned, and their roommate, Peggy, try to be stabilizing forces in Mason’s life, but the echoes of the past make him question the nature of reality itself.
Greg Honey has bigger issues than a sketchy tagline for his one-man detective agency. To start with, his mother is pressuring him to date debutantes, his stalker keeps leaving threatening messages, his new boyfriend is at least four levels higher up on the gay boy food chain, and his best friend, Willa, has lost her panties. To top it all off, things keep pointing toward trouble at the family estate. Will Greg figure out what's going on in time to help Willa find her panties? Lord knows he wants to because Greg is more than a detective... he's also a Honey.
The second Chanse Macleod mystery.
When an old family friend apparently commits suicide from his French Quarter balcony, Scotty’s life accelerates from boring to exciting again in a nanosecond. Why would anyone want the old man dead, and what were they looking for in his ransacked apartment? It’s up to Scotty, Frank, his crazy family, and friends to get to the bottom of this bizarre mystery—and when an old, all-too-familiar face turns up, it’s not just Scotty’s life that’s in danger, but his heart.
Could this be the case he’s been waiting for? Catching the killer could make his reputation. Failing, could cost him his life.
Either way: win-win.