Occultist Freaks Help Cops in Indianapolis

Indianapolis (Fake News)

Indianapolis is fed up with their own drug crime.  When the police have only half of what they need to make a good, clean bust the head Sheriff turns to the Mayor for help.  In this action adventure, a surprising team tackles this serious urban problem.  A young Roman Catholic Priest, a local prize winning cage fighter who doubles as a bounty hunter, and two occultists join the team.  One is a law abiding attorney but the other is one of the city’s most viciously successful career criminals.

Reality or Comic Book Quality? – You decide

As the politicians hide the fact, the assembled team gets to work.  Like the old saying goes, “By hook or by crook,”  the woman burglar proves valuable.  The lawyer, however much readers might have assumed was as much a snake as the thief, is actually a dedicated good guy.  The Priest extols his fetish for law enforcement and the attorney assures everyone not to worry about the crook as she is ‘easily bought’.

Whether at their round table meetings for strutting their stuff or hiding behind curtains in a mansion,  this turns out to be a profound special unit! Readers beware when Father Zachary’s Holy Water is good enough to heal wounds on contact, and the thief has a cop-on-her-take up her sleeve.  Will the Father get to distracted by his urges to save their souls?  Will the burglar’s self-interest ruin everything?  Why is the Internet research so powerful?

Find out the answers to these questions, and more as Skilleas Fog figures out exactly what to order from the weapons companies and the lawyer wears perfectly tailored suits on the crook’s recommendations.

Will the bad guys even know what hit them?  Find out in this action-mystery!  Buy yours now:  The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead

Chaos Post – poetic prose

This post may contain nonsequiters and other signs of being a stream of consciousness relationship with context than a carefully structured advertisement for an attractive new urban crime novel.

The novel shown on the left can be purchased directly using http://sbpra.com/miriampia/  .  Not only did I write it and edit it at least 7 times, but it is finally for sale in a respectable form.  I have touched it and can confirm that if you buy it I know what you will be getting.   I am actually quite proud of it, as it is my first published novel.  I wrote it after working as a professional writer for a while, mostly as a ghostwriter working from home while living in the same big city that the novel is set in:  Indianapolis.

Everyone who lives or has visited Indianapolis that not everyone there has the same color skin.  This doesn’t need to be a problem but some – and luckily only some, of the people who live there make a drama of a small matter like that.  There are characters of more than one so-called “race” in the story.  Which ones shows what it was really like there when the story was written and is not intended to insult those not represented in the story.  Unlike too many stories prior to 1970, there are both good guys and bad guys of more than one color rather than color coding the good guys and bad guys.

Meanwhile, I have tried multiple times to get the blog out without the “shame” of showing that there is a domain name problem.  What really happened is that I renewed but the system acted as if I had not.  Then, what happened was that I got a new domain name and have asked that my blog be changed over to the new domain.  I have requested this assistance at least 3 times but it did not come through for me.  I am hoping that now it finally will.

Indianapolis, November 2013

Welcome to any and all readers.  So many of you have had times when your life when you live someplace and then have to or choose to move away.  In some cases people move back to a place they used to live.  Sometimes people visit and of course there are times when people just get out and never even try to go back. 

Everything changes and we all know that, but sometimes we notice it a lot when we go to an old place and we find that it is not that anymore, or we are not like we used to be or others are not the way they used to be. 

Lately, I’m experiencing that kind of thing. 

The setting of The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead  http://sbpra.com/miriampia/ is Indianapolis.  Like every city, for everyone who lives in the city, that would mean the reader would have that in common with the characters in the story. 

You can get your copy right there at the website.

The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead

 

Miriam Pia is pleased to announce that you can purchase The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead: An Adventure in Indianapolis  online NOW and be the FIRST to receive it the moment it’s released.

 

 

Frustrated by the audacity of local villains, the Sheriff of Marion County turns to the Mayor. Urban fiction set in a real city, An Adventure in Indianapolis takes some of the charm of vigilante-comic book-heroism and mixes into the nitty gritty of contemporary crime fiction. A band of champions searches for the missing pieces in the evil plot of a local Drug Kingpin in The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead: An Adventure in Indianapolis.

 

Ideal for those who love events of the outside world and the workings of the minds – characters actions and thoughts are both portrayed in this contemporary novel with just a touch of magic.

 

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The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead:

An Adventure in Indianapolis  

 

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Urban crime fiction set in Middle America

Urban crime fiction set in Middle America

Who is reading ebooks these days?  More people every day.  Do you have a Kindle?  If so, then you can use it to find a clever adventurous tale of how a city saves itself from itself – in a sense.  Maybe you don’t think that way – a lot of the time, I don’t either.  Every location has its own good and bad points.  Every fiction story relies on something connected to reality in some way – the connection may be thin or weak, but it is still there. 

Real life is about team work despite how competitive life can be.  That truth is high lighted in An Adventure in Indianapolis aka The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead.  Those who like group efforts will enjoy the unconventional approach in this novel.  There is not just one sleuth.  It really takes all 4 people to solve the crime, and they are working with others. 

If you’re interested, but don’t want to use an ebook reader, please pre-order yours from Alethia Publishing now:  http://www.alethia.co.in/p/catalog.html

Do you like TV crime shows? Yes? An Adventure in Indianapolis is for you!

Yesterday, I sat down and had another think about how to help An Adventure in Indianapolis, the novel, reach the right crowd.  Novels are no good in the wrong hands, but bring great joy in the right ones. 

It finally dawned on me: a lot of the same people who enjoy crime TV shows – shows with teams, shows where it is not always a murder.  Series where you do get to know the characters – their personality quirks, their shortcomings. 

An Adventure in Indianapolis stars a small group of people who work together, in service to the Mayor and the Sheriff, but really – in service to the people of the city.  Conventional and unorthodox methods, bizarre combinations of people and an urban environment come together in this contemporary crime fiction novel. 

Enthusiasts may pre-order directly from Alethia Publishing and Kindle owners can purchase a different edit of the novel. 

Whether you read fiction between breakfast and the shower or while waiting for your kids to come out of the changing room after their sports game or before you go to sleep at night, An Adventure in Indianapolis brings you the convenience of books – that it will open for you at your leisure. 

http://www.amazon.com/An-Adventure-in-Indianapolis-ebook/dp/B001F0QG7U/ref=pd_ybh_2

http://www.alethia.co.in/p/catalog.html