The Art of Madness

The Art of Madness

by A. J. Mayall


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Phoenix McGee became a detective to show the world he was mature and reliable, capable of running his own life and business.

It’s just a shame he can’t adult his way out of a paper bag.

Being attuned to the clockwork nature of the universe and able to bend the fundamental laws of reality comes with the bonus that his powers don’t show up under any scans, leaving him in a loophole where he can use his powers without legal restriction…or protection.

On the verge of losing everything, he takes on a simple case of suspected adultery, something to keep the lights on and the creditors at bay.

Little did he suspect his life would become a chaotic whirlwind of false leads, uneasy alliances, mob ties, and a woman who punches with a sedan. Bodies pile up as he struggles to keep things normal for himself and his assistant, Suzette DiMarco.

Phoenix will need his wits if he plans to solve the case and save himself, his livelihood, and everyone around him…because cosmic powers don’t pay the bills.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781614759607
Publisher: WordFire Press LLC
Publication date: 10/30/2018
Series: GearWitch Investigations
Pages: 408
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.91(d)

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The Art of Madness 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Mandy Chapman More than 1 year ago
I came across this book yesterday afternoon through a promo from R.R. Virdi. I've already been following his Grave Report novels as well as The Books of Winter. This was different in a quirky way. Phoenix McGee is more upbeat and cheery than I expected characters to be in the genre. Though, there are certainly many moments this comes off as a superhero novel, than supernatural fantasy. Some moments were almost too sweet and positive (if that is a thing) and they made me cringe, but, the overall story was still a wonderful five stars. It's something that will take getting used to if you're coming from reading extensively in the genre. It's peppy, Phoenix comes off as a cheerleader at times, but I believe his art is in the right place and maybe he really can just be that positive. If you can separate it from the genre, and the works that dominate it and their tone, I think you'll enjoy this mix of a cheerful Doctor Strange/supernatural fantasy book.