It’s a dream assignment!
Nick O’Flannigan, a freelance photographer has been hired by Travel USA magazine to photograph every single state capital for a coffee table book they are creating. He was hired because of his eye for detail and his love of macro photography.
For whatever reason, murder seems to follow Nick wherever he goes.
He encounters a mystery in every single city, and his knowledge of photography and his keen eye for detail gets him involved.
Even when he wants to avoid the limelight, trouble seems to find him. Can he stay focused and complete his assignment on time?
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Who is Nick O’Flannigan anyway?
A former college basketball star, a broken leg ended the six-foot-six red head’s desire for an NBA career. While at Boston College, majoring in accounting as his plan B, Nick fell in love with photography.
What started out as a hobby turned into a business.
When Nick wanted a change, he moved from his home in Boston where his parents still live to Seattle, and immediately worked his way into a lucrative freelance career. Then, an offer came along, one he couldn’t refuse.
It helps to have friends in the right places.
Nick’s friend recommended him for a dream assignment: a one-year driving tour of the country, visiting every single state capital to take photos. He’d have one week in every city, a per diem allowance and a good salary.
He sublet his appartment to a software engineer, let his customers know what was happening, and set off for Olympia, Washington, having only a small idea of what lay ahead for him on the road.
“I’m enjoying the journey across the country with Nick and his camera, finding dead bodies and solving crimes. 50 Capitals. 50 Murders. 50 Months. I’ll be with Troy Lambert and Stuart Gustafson as they explore each state capital in this fun series of novella mysteries, each one the perfect size for an evening’s read”
— Bruce DeLaney, co-owner of Rediscovered Books
About the Authors and Creators of Capital City Murders
Troy Lambert is a freelance writer, editor, and prolific mystery and thriller author. He’s been published over two dozen times in fiction and has written over 30 books including ghostwriting several non-fiction titles.
You can learn more about Troy Lambert on his website, and be sure to check out his author page on Amazon.
Stuart Gustafson came up with the original idea for Capital City Murders. He presented the idea to Troy Lambert in April of 2019 as a collaborative project. He’s stepped away at the moment to focus on family health.
We wish him all the best in his future endeavors, and thank him for sharing the original idea and helping get the series started.
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