Last Friday speculative fiction writer Milo James Fowler released his longest story to date. Immaterial Evidence is a future noir detective story, and promises to be an exciting and edgy read. It's available from Musa Publishing here.
A detective with a price on his head. An invisible
criminal with nothing to lose...
The vault door never opened. The bank went into lockdown in less than a minute. Yet the security footage was unmistakable: a hundred silver bars had simply vanished.
Ever since the city’s most dangerous crime boss put a price on his head, private investigator Charlie Madison has lived as an exile in Little Tokyo. But now an old friend and police sergeant has lured Madison back into the city to hunt down an invisible criminal—if he can.
As Madison makes his clandestine return, high-profile people start disappearing. And when federal agents swoop onto the scene to take matters into their own hands, they offer Madison a deal he can't refuse—as long as he agrees to work with them. With Japanese freedom fighters and refurbished killing machines threatening to take the world to the brink of nuclear holocaust, the United World government needs all the help it can get.
Embroiled in an unimaginable mystery, one private eye must rely on his wits to solve a case where the evidence is immaterial, and the odds are stacked high against him at every turn.You can find Milo at his website, or on Facebook, Amazon, and Twitter. Pop over and congratulate him on his latest release.
That is all for today. I'll be back on Wednesday, when I'll be interviewing the award-winning author of the As The World Dies zombie trilogy, Rhiannon Frater. Until then, happy writing.