Domino Theory

Domino Theory

by D J Mitchell


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Domino Theory by D J Mitchell

A gritty new mystery introducing amateur detective Danny McCabe!

What if you woke up next to a dead man... and you didn't know if you killed him?

Danny McCabe comes to in a car parked in the desert. The man in the passenger seat is a dead drug dealer, and Danny's not sure if he killed him. Soon, more drug dealers die, leaving a trail of physical evidence that points to Danny. He knows he's been framed, and he knows he's the perfect fall guy: an addict no one will miss. To survive, he needs to discover who's framing him. To do that, he needs to get clean.

In desperation, he turns to a sober woman named Alicia. With two of her friends, they begin to unravel the puzzle. But staying clean isn't easy for Danny, and he suspects Alicia may not be what she appears. With no one to trust, Danny tries to sort out the conspiracy on his own. But his worst enemy may be his own mind!

A heart-pounding mystery with an intimate look into the strange and crazy world of an addict.

But Domino Theory today!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781482095081
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/26/2013
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

I'm a wanderer. I grew up in a small town in New Hampshire, and moved to Los Angeles when I was nineteen. In 1993, I volunteered in Sri Lanka and Thailand for 18 months, and made several more trips over the years. Eventually, I joined a team that worked to end the Sri Lanka civil war, and helped bring about a cease-fire there.

In 2004, I settled in rural southern Utah, where I made cheese for eight years. Last year, I became a father, and there weren't enough hours in the day for cheesemaking anymore.

I've loved writing since I was a child. I began my first novel at age thirty, and it's not finished yet. My first published novel, Ordinary World, came out in 2012 and received great reviews. Now that I'm otherwise unemployed, writing allows me to work while still having the flexibility to be a good father.

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