Night on the Water

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A chance encounter on an airplane with the woolly academic Rovski leads psychic investigator Mason onto a college campus, where he works to figure out why math professor Emily is hassling the guy. As he digs into the mystery, his psychic mentor Hanh instructs him to connect with his client in the dream world. Mason works to get lucid in his dreams and struggles to understand the symbolism and the meaning of his experiences in that realm, and how it intersects waking life. It soon becomes clear that he's seeing things that other people don't, and the plucky redhead has to grapple with the classic psychic's dilemma: how to relate paranormal experiences back to mundane reality. His boyfriend, Ned, and their roommate, Peggy, help Mason keep his feet on the ground, and old friend Gilbert shows up in ways that transcend helpful and dive into annoying. As Rovski gets more rattled by Emily's behavior, Mason gets closer to the truth, chasing his quarry on his trusty bicycle, sailing across a mountain lake in the dead of night, and ultimately unfolding a hidden part of reality.

Church vividly constructs a world peopled with characters I did not want to leave behind when I finished the book. -an Amazon reader

Every foray by Church's wonderful psychic detective Mason Braithwaite is a truly suspenseful page-turner in the most unusual crime series ever, and certainly one that no aficionado of crime fiction should miss. -David Osborn, author of the best-selling Cold War thrillers The French Decision and Love and Treason

Mason is a hero like none who have come before him: a sensitive, queer P.I. whose only weapon is his intuition. This book turns the detective genre on its head and makes you think about the ninety percent of your brain you're not using. -Teja Watson, author of Attic.doc

Publisher: Dagmar Miura
Pub date: June 22, 2020
268 pages
Format: Paperback