I couldn’t stop reading this book! The mystery had me on the edge of my seat. Can’t wait to see what’s in store for book 2! -Amazon Review
The City of Legends Shooter:
A Not-Too-Easy Mystery — #1
Found naked and bleeding atop a seaside cliff, his wounds should have cost him his life, but instead they cost him his memories.
Three years later, now in his early 60s, this man still has no idea who he is, or why he possesses an inexplicable gift for evidentiary deduction.
Leah O’Toole, a rookie with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC), has already proven herself to be a top-shelf cop. So, when a gun-totting killer terrorizes the streets of St. John’s, O’Toole recruits the man with no memory, hoping to utilize his deductive genius.
But the young rookie regrets her decision instantly after this man reveals his cognitive genius comes from his communications with metaphysical entities he refers to as — Elementals.
O’Toole wants to cut-and-run immediately, thinking this man insane. But with the shooter continuing to wreak havoc and her superiors expecting miracles, Leah decides to humour the old man and his so-called supernatural powers.
With a partner off his head and a killer poised to strike again, it’s all O’Toole can do to keep her own sanity while trying to stop the City of Legends Shooter.
Will our paradoxical duo stop this killer before the next body drops?
Or will newfound evidence halt them in their tracks?
Especially when it’s revealed this psychotic killer might have direct ties to these invisible Elementals Constable Leah O’Toole refuses to believe actually exist!
About the Author
Thaine Chase’s love for word-craft began early in his childhood years, manifesting in the form of short stories and imaginative skits.
Even though he was repeatedly encouraged by both his teachers and parents alike, Thaine resisted the temptation to walk the road of the ‘writer’, fearful an artistic life was too much of a risk in a world driven by job security, so instead, like others in his family — he chose a blue-collar career.
Now, more than five decades later, Thaine is finally surrendering to his insatiable fondness for storytelling, choosing now to take a serious stab at fictional writing.