Poison the Well
by Gordon Bonnet
|Snowe Agency has a unique approach to solving crimes. Besides the usual sifting through the evidence for clues and motives, each of the detectives has an additional—and unusual—skill.
The suave Seth Augustine is a psychometer. He gets psychic impressions from touching objects people have handled. Bethany Hale is as smart and tough as they come, and has precognitive dreams. Troy Seligman can do astral projection—but fights profound feelings of guilt over spying on people in spirit form. Jeff Kolnikoff seems shy and fumbling, but his telekinetic ability is off the charts. And the eccentric, brilliant telepath, Callista Lee, can read people’s thoughts as clearly as if they were speaking aloud.
And this time, they’ll need all the skills they have to tackle their toughest case yet. A man was poisoned at a wedding reception—but a hundred guests, and even the bride and groom, all deny having the slightest idea who the victim is. Even the police are stumped. Can the gifted detectives of Snowe Agency catch a murderer when the victim is a complete cipher? And, even more importantly, can they do it before the killer strikes again? (194 pages, Shannon Press, 2017)
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Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-63373-271-1
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-63373-272-8
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-63373-273-5
|Gordon Bonnet has been writing fiction for decades. Encouraged when his story Crazy Bird Bends His Beak won critical acclaim in Mrs. Moore’s 1st grade class at Central Elementary School in St. Albans, West Virginia, he embarked on a long love affair with the written word. His interest in the paranormal goes back almost that far, although it has always been tempered by Gordon’s scientific training. This has led to a strange duality; his work as a skeptic and debunker on the popular blog Skeptophilia, while simultaneously writing paranormal and speculative novels, novellas, and short stories. He blogs daily, but is never without a piece of fiction in progress-driven to continue, as he puts it, “because I want to find out how the story ends.” Stay up to date with Gordon and all his writing and appearances on Facebook, Twitter, or at www.gordonbonnet.com. You’ll also find more great fiction on his writing blog, Tales of Whoa.|