Brock Marsden. A genetically-modified private detective who solves the toughest cases on a world populated by a mix of humans and aliens.
Like this one. A young woman, Chrissy Winston, murdered in a bizarre fashion that leaves police chasing false leads. A case that needs all of Brock's unique abilities and maybe new ones if he hopes to catch the killer.
Dalton Hicks runs for his life, plunging into Goblin Alley — a deadly world-wide web of magic, wealth and danger linking every city around the planet. Believing that Dalton stole a magical artifact, the Goblin King puts price on his head. Running for his life, Dalton finds his way through the twists and turns of the alleys. His only chance — steal the fang back from the real thief!
A killer holds an entire planet hostage!
Brock Marsden — private detective, mutant by-choice with extraordinary abilities.
Using alien technology, members of the Moreau Society willingly alter their DNA — incorporating the best traits of other species for pleasure or profit. Only now a member goes rogue, perverting the technology to murder-by-mutation at a distance.
Writers get ideas and inspiration from all sorts of places. Often the process seems mysterious. Where does a writer find a muse? Where do you get your ideas? Here is one answer. Also includes a bonus excerpt from the author's first Moreau Society novel, Dark Matters.