Fictional Mystery Novels

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I love to travel, and part of the joy of traveling is meeting new people, experiencing new cultures, and seeing new parts of the world. My novels are an extension of those travels where I introduce the readers to someplace new and exciting and I hope to spur their interest in wanting to go and visit. Incorporation of actual places makes the settings more real, adding to the credibility of the fictional stories.


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. . . an Amazon #1 Best Selling and #1 Top Ranked novel
missing-in-mexico_front-compressed Missing in MEXICO — Private Investigator Stan W. is hired to find Sarah Johnson, a college freshman who’s missing after a family vacation in Los Cabos, Mexico. Even with local help and some promising leads, he’s unable to find her and he returns to tell the parents. Months later he receives a mysterious letter from someone who says she can help him find Sarah, and he jumps on the next plane to Cabo. Will this be the lucky break he needs to find her? Or will she remain missing — Missing in Mexico?


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. . . Introducing Mathematics Professor Alfred Dunningham, PhD
SMS-front Sydney Murders–SOLVED! — Three murders in one week take place in high-profile locations around Sydney, NSW, Australia. There’s no evidence of struggle and each victim has a similar tattoo. The front page news each days makes the Police Commissioner desperate to make an arrest. Mathematics Professor Alfred Dunningham, PhD, famous for his seminars Detective Work Made Easier Through Mathematics, is brought in to help make sense of the pieces of the puzzle. The police apprehend their suspect and the newspaper headlines announce it. Another body is found; it fits the pattern as the previous killings. Do they have the real killer? The math professor knows and it’s shocking when he names the killer.


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. . . Featuring Mathematics Professor Alfred Dunningham, PhD
Mediterranean-FrontCover Disappearances in the MEDITERRANEAN — One passenger on a cruise in the Mediterranean Sea is disappearing after each day in port. Cruise line security is beefed up, and Interpol is brought on board to investigate. Nothing unusual is found, although one of the investigators thinks he’s found a mathematical connection. Professor Alfred Dunningham, in Paris at a math symposium, is toasted for his work in solving the Famous Sites Murders in Sydney, Australia. He’s called; the pleadings work, and he and his wife fly to meet and board the ship. There is some similarity to the Sydney case, but the Professor dismisses that notion—“Too obvious; would look like copy cat,” he says. Can he solve the mystery before the end of the cruise?


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. . . Featuring Mathematics Professor Alfred Dunningham, PhD
Paris-cover-2016-03-20 Art Thefts in PARIS — Professor Dunningham is brought back to Paris after priceless pieces of art are returned following thefts from major museums such as Le Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, and others. The symbols that have been affixed to each piece of art don’t make sense to the police, but they do to the math professor. He pieces together the meaning of the symbols, which leads to who was behind the series of thefts. After a string of arrests, two main questions still remain — were those actually the originals that were returned, and when will the group strike again?

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