An incredible invention goes missing, and two new detectives are on the case – what could possibly go wrong?
Murphy and Galveston realize there must be more to life than their mind-numbing cubical jobs. Over a barbeque lunch, Galveston attempts to convince his friend to join him in a daring new career as a private investigator. With nothing to lose, Murphy reluctantly agrees. Relying heavily on their humorous wit and questionable tactics, the men employ a creative approach to their investigations. For a time these methods prove successful, until they push too far and find themselves mired in the case of a lifetime.
An explosion rocks a New England university lab, setting off a carefully orchestrated chain of events. A small device has been stolen, a key to the entire world’s energy problems and the power that comes with controlling it. The fate of the device and its inventor lays with the newly self-proclaimed private detectives.
The two men, under the threat of arrest by the FBI, begin to criss-cross the country and the world, picking up clues to the puzzle of the missing device in England, Mexico, and even Brazil. Dead ends seem at every turn, but with the help of an outcast computer expert, a British spy and former flame of Galveston’s, and a new employee whom Murphy can’t seem to keep his eyes off of, the investigators unwind the case using their unorthodox approach, berating each other at every turn.
Who is looking to control this device and its destiny? Is it the huge multinational security firm, a devious billionaire, or a questionable member of Congress. Murphy and Galveston must find out why something so small is causing problems so large, because the hunters are quickly becoming the hunted.
“Fast moving and absorbing! I hated when I had to put it down! I loved it from beginning to the surprising end!” – J.C. Maxwell “Southwest Beader”
“This book was such a mini vacation. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the characters. I plan to read more in this series. One hint, don’t overthink, just enjoy a great story.” – comfy shoe
“Daniel Ganninger know how to write suspense. This book had my attention until the very end. I truly enjoyed the development of the characters.” – Susanne “Sue”