A company contest goes horribly wrong, so it hires a "consultant" to control the damage. Including murder?
Newsman Darrell Kline spends more days caught up in newsroom politics than actual reporting, so he needs a big story right now.
Retired homicide cop Michael Dugan is haunted by the way his career ended.
Executive secretary Denise Ingram is forced to choose between her strong convictions and her employer's survival.
In a story full of twists and turns, Darrell, Michael and Denise team up to take on the company and wade through the bodies to find answers.
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About the Author
Eric Pulsifer, a recovering journalist with more than a decade in the business and two more decades of screwing off, completed his first book in 2012. He liked it so much that even a line of road pylons couldn't stop him now. While he works in several genres, his fiction leans more toward mystery/thrillers with a caffeinated mix of realism, imagination, and a bit of a dark edge. His novels Damage Control and Desert Vendetta have likable characters, realistic settings, and the obligatory dead body or three. His newest work, The Beta Testers, takes an even darker apocalyptic turn in a high-tech setting. None of his fiction can be called autobiographical, but he taps his experiences as a professional musician (1986--), family caregiver (2014--) and taxi driver (1997-2007) to add color to his stories. His nonfiction work touches on the creative side and survival as a writer and musician. His first novel, B.I.C.* Cartel (*Butt In Chair) also concentrates on this creative theme. A respected musician, he currently plays harmonica with several bands in Southern California, ranging from bluegrass to jazz to gospel. A perennial student of musicianship and theory, he shares his ideas in Playing Harmonica Like A Real Musician. While he lives in the Los Angeles area, he calls Charleston, South Carolina home. When not writing or playing music, he can be found on a hiking trail with his dog or tearing apart another computer and wondering how it all goes back together.