James J Murray
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About James J Murray
James has experience in both pharmaceutical manufacturing and clinical patient management. Medications and their impact on a patient’s quality of life has been his expertise. His secret passion of murder and mayhem, however, is a whole other matter. An obsession with reading murder mysteries and thrillers left him longing to weave such tales of his own. Drawing on past clinical expertise as a pharmacist and an infatuation with the lethal effects of drugs, James creates short stories and novels that will have you looking over your shoulder and suspicious of anything in your medicine cabinet. James also writes a weekly blog called “Prescription For Murder” that highlights many of the lethal substances used as murder weapons. Subscribe at https://jamesjmurray.com
Titles By James J Murray
With the help of a trusted army confidante, Jon reenters the world of covert ops and cyber intelligence, and he embarks on a global mission to save his reputation and regain control over his life as he uncovers a complex international conspiracy to redefine the nation’s recreational drug culture.
With the death of their mother and the loss of her guiding wisdom, Emile finds it increasingly more difficult to keep the promise he made to her to keep his brother safe.
In their most challenging of cases to date, Detectives Rosie Young and partner Vince Mendez embark on a race against time to stop one of San Antonio’s most cunning murderers, a villain with a particular talent to strike and kill but leave only pristine crime scenes in his wake.
With the help of clinical psychologist Dr. Chris Parker, Rosie and Vince journey into the mind of a serial killer to understand exactly what type of monster roams their city targeting dads of small boys.
The question both detectives and Dr. Parker must answer is what emotional baggage creates a deranged mind that suddenly transitions to cunning killer and eludes the best of police forensics.
Despite conflicting evidence and an uncooperative police detective, the case is reopened as a murder investigation. Retracing the last hours of Dan’s life, Jon uncovers information to indicate his friend was not only murdered but possibly implicated in distributing pharmaceuticals which could put millions of lives at risk.
Was Dan a willing accomplice or an innocent victim? The answer surprises even Jon. As he races to identify Dan’s killer, a two-fold conspiracy to undermine the world’s drug delivery system as well as to destabilize international politics unfolds.