Marcus Whistler hasn't always been able to see dead people, but he's been able to see them a lot longer than he's been trying to solve their murder cases.
In this private detective series, Marcus uncovers his gift and learns to use it for the benefit of others, o r at least to minimize the haunting of his attic bedroom.
Armed with the help of his washed up Private Detective father he works after school hours to put the pieces together on a drive-by shooting of a teenage boy who had a lot going for him. Jamaal was a great basketball player with no enemies and no nefarious activities to get him into trouble. The problem was that he got shot anyway.
What will Marcus do to when he's faced with the lies of a family and the actions of a bad man with a temper?
Most teenagers would wet their pants if they awoke to a girl floating at the foot of their bed, Marcus is no different. But he learned how to greet them without soiling his sheets. He also learned that behind each translucent being is a story.
A story that yearns to be told.
Adam Chandler Crawford is an active duty Army Officer by day and an author by night. With experimentation in many genres, there's a focus on telling a story that matters. Whether it's a mystery, a thriller, a coming-of-age novel, or a narrative non-fiction, stories are what matter. Stories transport people from today's world, into a world where anything can happen. Adam spends his words attempting to transport people to a new place and take them on a journey.