A Candy Matson Mysteries-Death by Chocolate
by Nadalia Bagratuni
Candy Matson, San Francisco P.I. is a former super model turned gum shoe. She has money, looks, and packs a punch. She is a female James Bond. Her boy friend is Lt. Ray Mallard.
This story starts out with Candy Matson moving homes in the exclusive Telegraph Hill area of San Francisco. On moving day, Mallard is called to investigate a murder across the Bay in Haight Ashbury district. Matson decides to go see Mallard, but on the way she discovers four dead bodies on her own. These bodies are different. They all died of radiation poisoning from a nuclear bomb. How did they get nuclear fallout in San Francisco?
Mallard and Matson come across the fact that Japan did have the nuclear bomb and exploded a bomb in Korea on April 12, 1945. The United States according to Mallard knew this and had to change history. Death by Chocolate includes: spies, government conspiracies, romance, and a hint of altered states. With Candy Matson on the case, you too will love Death by Chocolate.
Candy Matson: Late 20's former super model- martial arts expert Lt. Mallard: Late 20's Stanford graduate, police man with an attitude. He doesn't trust the government and has written a book on the government conspiracies only to find out that he is now the target of the people he was trying to expose.
In Death by Chocolate, we see the layers of government and take a slice of what it would be like if we decided to take on the government.
About Author :
Born: 25 December 1975
Birthplace: Yerevan, Armenia
Interests: Cooking, history, genocides, politics, and romance.
Nadalia Bagratuni is a modern 21st century woman in all sense of the meaning. She had an active interest in her family history and is grounded in the sense of importance that family has in her life. Currently Nadalia is writing poetry, short stories, and novellas. Her writing is a twist of history spiced up with romance. Not so much as history as we know it, but history as it really happened. Well really happened if we knew the truth. If the truth shall set you free, then invest in finding out what others are afraid to talk about. Nadalia Bagratuni dares to be different and works hard to bring this desire to her work.
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