Cassius Toledo is a detective with the Berkeley Police Department. And while unusual is not unexpected in the Berkeley area, even he finds the randomly placed eyeballs that keep popping up at various locations a bit odd. What they lead to is even odder. He finds himself involved in a mystery that is much larger than just the Berkeley campus and eventually takes him and an unusual team halfway around the world. How do eyeballs, a group of witches and the Yangtze Damn all come together… that is what he has to find out before it is too late.
The first book in an exciting new mystery series.
Targeted Age Group:: 35-50
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The Berkeley area and the interesting people found there. I have been a fan of some of the great detectives since my youth and have always had a fascination with some of the weirder true crime stories of our age – turning my writing talents to the idea seemed natural.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Many of them were inspired by individuals I have met at various points in my life- and often an amalgamation of several different people.
About the Author:
Graham Dixon resides in Midland, Texas with his wife and children. He also lives with a 30 year old parrot with a synthetic beak, 2 dogs, 2 cats and a “foster fail” new dog. When not working on future installments of the Berkeley Mystery Series, Graham is a full time psychotherapist and was the arts critic for the Midland Reporter-Telegram, writing the In the Limelight column.
Born in England, he crossed the pond as a Fulbright Scholar – spending time in Louisiana before getting a Ph.D. from Berkeley and then eventually settling in Texas.
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