"The Geaha Incident" by Pat Canterbury

The Geaha Incident

By Pat Canterbury

           ISBN: 978-1-941859-56-8

           ISBN: 978-1-941859-56-8

The Geaha Incident is an Afro-Futuristic mystery set on artificial satellites during the 23rd Century, when beings are dying under unusual means. Jamaica Wong, a biracial homicide detective now called tracers, wants nothing more than to be bringing in "bad guys" on the 23rd ring of Uranus--outlaw territory, much like earth's wild west of the 1870's. Instead, she’s assigned to do "paperwork” on a satellite where she'll die of boredom--unless she can discover why so many species are dying.

Pat is a native Sacramentan, world traveler, art collector and former State of California administrator. She has two mid-grade (The Secret of St. Gabriel's Tower and The Secret of Morton's End, one children (Carlotta's Secret) and an adult mystery Every Thursday) published. The Geaha Incident is her first Afro-Futuristic mystery. Pat is one of founders of Capitol Crimes, the Sacramento chapter of Sisters in Crime, as well as a member of Mystery Writers of America, The Society of Children's Writers and Illustrators, and Northern California Publishers and Authors. She and her husband live in Sacramento with their pets. She can be reached through her email patmyst@aol.com and her website www.patmyst.com.