Tempest Michaels is the only paranormal investigator in the book.
There’s just one problem – he is convinced the paranormal doesn’t exist.
Tempest Michaels spends his days solving daft crimes that his clients have determined are paranormal in nature. They never are, of course, so he spends a lot of time pointing out that Great Aunt Agnes isn’t a witch, she is just ugly, or you don’t have spirits waking you each night, you just suffer from terrible flatulence.
The daftness is interrupted though when a serial killer dubbed “The Vampire” starts biting throats in his town. Despite being the only paranormal investigator in the book, he could have ignored the case, but a chance encounter with the alluring Officer Amanda Harper and his lonely heart demands he give his help when she asks for it.
Soon hip-deep in vampire wannabes that intend to kill him, aided by friends who are not that helpful, advised by a clearly deluded occult bookshop owner and encumbered by his mother’s attempts to marry him off because she wants grandchildren, Tempest Michaels has his work cut out if he wants to solve this case.
His mother wants him to marry – like literally anyone and produce grandchildren right now.
His Dachshunds want their dinner and maybe a treat under threat of pooping in his shoes.
And mostly he just wants to be left alone to meet a nice lady that he can have a relationship with.
Paranormal Nonsense is a funny, cozy mystery full of action and suspense and is the first in a long series of adventures for Tempest Michaels and his dysfunctional group of friends.
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Steve Higgs is the author of the Blue Moon Investigations Series and a former 25 year Army veteran. He lives in the South East of England in the middle of the places his books are set with a trio of lazy sausage dogs.
He is constantly bemused by the stupid people he meets on a daily basis and likes nothing better than to draw inspiration from the utter rubbish they convince themselves could be true. The central character’s parents are in no way based on his own. Definitely, definitely not.
Influenced by Jim Butcher, Stephen King, Kim Harrison, Derek Landy, Lee Child, and Janet Evanovich to name a few, his work will always be a mix of action and thriller mixed with situational comedy.