Created by Michael Siverling
The Midnight Investigations Agency is arguably the best private eye outfit in River City, California, conveniently located on the 1300 block of Galleon Street, right in the heart of River City.
The Agency is headed by Victoria Wilder, a former River City Detective, and manned by a team of highly skilled investigators (and a one-eyed German shepherd named Beowulf) who pride themselves on handling all types of matters, from Missing Persons Investigations to Executive Protection Assignments to Homicide Trial Preparation.
Their chief investigator is JASON WILDER. Although Jason's the most junior member of the staff, he's been trained in the art of detection almost from birth. And he's the only one in the business who can legitimately call the boss, "Mother."
Fans of such classic mismatched detective teams as Nero Wolfe & Archie Goodwin and Bertha Cool & Donald Lam will recognize the chemistry that's in ample evidence here, but Siverling adds a contemporary edge to the proceedings that raises it up a notch or two, and bodes well for the series. In fact, the debut, The Sterling Inheritance, won the 2002 St. Martin's Press/Private Eye Writers of America Best First Private Eye Novel Contest, and the second in the series, The Sorceror's Circle, is due to hit the streets in December 2006.
Midnight Investigations is the creation of Sacramento Criminal Investigator Michael Siverling. During his career, he has worked cases ranging from homicide and major felonies to child abduction and political corruption. His work has taken him throughout the United States as well as Germany, Mexico and Romania, while working with such agencies as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Interpol, and the United States Marshal's Office. Along with his duties as an investigator, Michael has also been qualified as both a firearms and police weaponless defense instructor.
Report respectfully submitted by Kevin Burton Smith.
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