Selmoore Codfish is not really a fish, but a chicken. He’s hiding because celebrity would show that he is not actually funny, just faking it. If the public knew Mr. Codfish’s identity, they would demand that he be funny all of the time. However, he would prefer to remain a dour, grumpy person. Funny people don’t get respect but are thought of as special or different. His friends and associates appreciate his dry seriousness and they shouldn’t be let down by humor.
What is the special assignment that calls away Neal Harris? When he finds out, is it too late to get away? Will his reactions hurt himself or others?
At the same time, Neal’s wife puts demands upon him that forces him to make choices. How will he react? Will it put him in danger? The Icarian Path is the sixth book in the Neal Harris—Faith-Based Insurance Investigator Series.
By Selmoore Codfish
Published: April 21, 2013.
Is Neal having a nightmare, or is there some purpose to the torture he endures? Neal Harris takes an epic journey through all time and space, which begins from his bed. The story is a reimagining of Dante Alighieri’s trilogy The Divine Comedy for the modern world. Paradiso is the tenth story in the Neal Harris series, but has a much different style.
Why are patients being murdered at a hospital? Is Neal Harris’s grandmother-in-law on the killer’s list? What are the odd staff members at the hospital hiding? How does this all tie to the faith-based insurance account that Neal manages? Neal’s personal story continues as his relationship with his wife evolves from the previous stories, and he explores his hopes for his life.
Is Neal’s relationship with Angela going to get serious despite his fumbling and inexperience? In the society dominated by religious doctrine, unwed couples are not even supposed to touch one another. Through Neal’s work as an insurance investigator, he tries to help women who work the streets from being stalked.
When people start to die at Neal’s church, are they being killed because someone is collecting believers’ souls? How do you steal a soul and why would you do it? Could the culprits be grasping at a means to evade death? When Neal meets Angela’s family, how will his safety become dependent upon Angela’s Aunt’s pet pig?
Third novel in the Neal Harris series.
When an order of nuns claims that the savior is at their mental asylum, can Neal resolve the most important question – Does he qualify for insurance? Do the other patients have insight into the mind of God or are they simply bonkers? Sausages is the second Neal Harris faith-based insurance satire-mystery. The romantic comedy subplot of the first novel is continued.
19 chapters, Approx. 60,000
Does Neal Harris, insurance investor for a faith-based insurance company, have any hope in finding a missing holy trinket? Does God exist, and could she have borrowed the trinket from a hapless group of seminarians? Will Neil always be unlucky around women, or can he develop a romance with the seminary administrator who is implicated in the trinket’s theft?
27 chapters, Approx. 59,000 words