July 17th, 2017

andrew potter

2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: The Invisible Arrow (The Mason Braithwaite #6) Christopher Church

The Invisible Arrow (The Mason Braithwaite #6) Christopher Church
Gay - Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Series: The Mason Braithwaite Paranormal Mystery Series (Book 6)
Paperback: 286 pages
Publisher: Dagmar Miura (July 5, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1942267320
ISBN-13: 978-1942267324
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When an old client sends psychic investigator Mason on a ghost hunt, he stumbles onto a research lab populated by strangely passive scientists with some remarkably advanced tech. Ingratiating himself with Annette, the director, by participating in the local town's folk festival as the Hunter, Mason scores a gig--to find Qualtrough, a scientist gone missing under mysterious circumstances. Equipped by the researchers with a new suit and a fat wad of cash, and using his burgeoning psychic powers, Mason sets out on his own to hunt for Qualtrough in the shadowy underworld of Los Angeles nightlife, tangling with drag queens, cops, and con artists and finding his voice in an unfamiliar world.

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Rubber-Band Ball (The Mason Braithwaite #5) Christopher Church

Rubber-Band Ball (The Mason Braithwaite #5) Christopher Church
Gay - Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Series: The Mason Braithwaite Paranormal Mystery Series (Book 5)
Paperback: 254 pages
Publisher: Dagmar Miura (January 3, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1942267193
ISBN-13: 978-1942267195
Amazon: Rubber-Band Ball (The Mason Braithwaite #5) Christopher Church

A metallurgist's desire for Mason to locate the earth energy points running under Los Angeles seems straightforward enough, but what is he planning to do with them once he knows where they are? A shady real estate transaction and a bizarre machine hidden in the backyard might reveal some answers. Mason's research leads him to Julia, a waitress and part-time banker who draws him into a quest of her own, plumbing the depths of the radio era when she uncovers a cache of forgotten artifacts. And what does Meg, descendant of a long forgotten radio star, know about it, hiding from the world in her townhouse? From digging up the yard to tracking down clues on the other side of the country, and with the begrudging support of his boyfriend, Ned, and help from their roommate, Peggy, the intrepid bicycle-riding psychic investigator uses his paranormal skills and real-world insights to get to the bottom of the twisted mystery.

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