Emerson Mysteries: Book Four

…is now available on Amazon and Kindle. The clues this time, lead our Detective to Redwood City, Woodside and Half Moon Bay, California.

Whodunit ?…

…Trying something different with my newest Emerson Mystery. Working with a very loose outline. Even I don’t know whodunit..

Emerson Mysteries continue….

…with info. I’m gathering from this great book! “Forensics for Dummies” by Douglas P. Lyle Wait! Is that the figure of a person in the background?

The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Transamerica Pyramid…

I was surprised to learn that the frog fountain beside the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, is an homage to Mark Twain, who for a time was one of the “Bohemians” who spent time at the Montgomery Block building, which was previously located on this site. Others there at the time included Bret Harte, Ambrose…

SF locations abound in Emerson Mysteries…

Richard “don’t call me Dick” Emerson, SF Missing Persons Detective, is on the case! Locations in Book One include: The Palace Hotel, Pied Piper Bar, Esalen and Tadich Grill. Book Two in progress! ~ Featuring scenes at Red’s Java House and The Pacific Union Club among other locations….

“I live my daydreams in music.”

My next Emerson Mystery is taking shape. An up and coming jazz musician has gone missing. “If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music…” ~ Einstein