“AT THE HOUR OF OUR DEATH” — Stories from the mysteries of San Siddinus

The cover for "At the Hour of Our Death," a noir murder mystery that will be available on iPad, Nook, Kindle and a bunch of other places I haven't heard of by the end of June.
The cover for “At the Hour of Our Death,” a noir murder mystery that will be available on iPad, Nook, Kindle and a bunch of other places I haven’t heard of by the end of June.

Hi guys. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be posting here about my upcoming Ebook “At the Hour of Our Death,” which will be available on iTunes, Nook, Kindle and a variety of other sources.

The story follows Micah Connacht, a jaded priest facing a personal crisis: Why is it that nobody seems to tell him the truth? When “Father Mick” discovers a girl has been murdered near his church and the police force would rather blame the victim than solve the crime, he embarks on a dangerous quest to find the killer in a city that likes being dirty. Inspired by noir mysteries, “At the Hour of Our Death” explores what happens when a cynical society gives up hope, and maybe even welcomes death.

I’m proud of the book, which will hopefully be the first in a series.

I know that trying to catch random posts on “At the Hour…” can get hidden amidst random blog posts about sports, politics and things that make you go hmm. So I’ll be linking them here to hopefully pique your interest and part with your hard-earned $5.99.

I welcome your feedback.

The plot: It’s noir, not Christian fiction.

The theme: Learned hopelessness, and why some societies just seem to suck no matter what we do.

The city: San Siddinus, a horrible idea to visit and God help you if you live there

More link to come. Keep checking back in.