Hi, pardon the dust but where changing things a bit. If you came here expecting to receive "The Ghost Bride's Gift", I apologize. We are changing the giveaway to the first Walter Anchor story, "Detecting Haley."
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Hi, My name is Robert J. McCarter. I'm a writer: ghosts; superheroes; zombies; and all kinds of short stories. All with heart, all with vivid, realistic characters, all with a dash of humor. If you like my writing or are curious about my work, I invite you to sign up for my newsletter. Here's the deal:
Sound good? What are you waiting for? The mystery of Detecting Haley awaits.
A Ghost Trying to Solve His Own Murder…
Walter Anchor hates being a ghost. He wants nothing more than to solve his own murder, finish his unfinished business as an earthbound spirit, and “move on.” But when he and his best ghost-friend Emily stumble across a corpse while tracking clues to his murder, everything changes.
The dead girl used to work for Walter and he hopes solving her murder will lead to his own killer. But the case gets complicated and things get personal. Walter finds himself dealing with a much bigger problem than solving his own murder.
From the author of “Shuffled Off: A Ghost’s Memoir” comes a murder mystery unlike anything seen before.
There are more Walter Anchor story nearing completion and more coming in the future.
Robert J. McCarter is the author of six novels, three novellas, and dozens of short stories. He is a finalist for the Writers of the Future contest and his stories have appeared in The Saturday Evening Post, Adomeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Everyday Fiction, and numerous anthologies. His short stories have been published alongside such luminaries as Brandon Sanderson, Peter S. Beagle, Jody Lynn Nye, and David Farland.
He has written a series of first person ghost novels (starting with Shuffled Off: A Ghost’s Memoir) and a superhero / love story series (Neutrinoman and Lightningirl: A Love Story), as well as two short story collections.
Of his latest novel, Seeing Forever, Kirkus Reviews says, “Sci-fi as it should be: engaging, moving, and grand in scope.”
He lives in the mountains of Arizona with his amazing wife and his ridiculously adorable dogs.