A Ghostly Christmas Present

A Ghostly Christmas Present

by J. Daniel Sawyer
     
 

When it comes to raw-deal Christmas presents, you can't beat getting thrown in an out-of-state jail on a trumped up charge--but detective Clarke Lantham can't resist a morbid challenge. So when he calls up his brother for help with bail, he steels himself for the ordeal of spending a holiday weekend with relatives who put the "strange" back in…  See more details below

Overview

When it comes to raw-deal Christmas presents, you can't beat getting thrown in an out-of-state jail on a trumped up charge--but detective Clarke Lantham can't resist a morbid challenge. So when he calls up his brother for help with bail, he steels himself for the ordeal of spending a holiday weekend with relatives who put the "strange" back in "estranged."

That was his first mistake. But with only two days to clear his name before he gets thrown back in the slammer--and an old client gumming up the works, a ten-year-old niece with a ghost problem, and the occasional murder competing for his attention--it probably won't be his last.

Book 2 of The Clarke Lantham Mysteries

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012548146
Publisher:
AWP Mystery
Publication date:
12/19/2010
Series:
The Clarke Lantham Mysteries , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
669 KB

Meet the Author

J. Daniel Sawyer is a hat-wearing, obsessive-compulsive nutcase attempting to write his way out of the loony bin. He's the author of The Clarke Lantham Mysteries, the award-nominated The Antithesis Progression series of SF spy novels, as well as numerous fiction podcasts including Sculpting God, and Down From Ten. Lacking in personal qualities things that make for respectable character (such as the ability to sit still and shut up), he's forced to channel his lack of decorum into the fields of photography, a/v production, and writing for outfits like LinuxJournal and the occasional speculative fiction anthology.

When not working on his new secret steampunk fantasy adventure or blogging about topics that would get him shot in most countries, he can be heard hosting the skeptical salon The Polyschizmatic Reprobates Hour, and as the narrator of Free Will, book two of The Antithesis Progression, both available through

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