The first book in the series featuring Mathematics Professor Alfred Dunningham, PhD.
There are three murders within a week in high-profile locations in Sydney, Australia, and each victim has a similar fresh tattoo. The Police are under tremendous pressure to solve the case, but they can't make any headway so they get Alfred Dunningham, PhD., to fly in from the USA to help them. He's a noted Mathematics professor who gives seminars around the world on "Detective Work Made Easier Through Mathematics."
Based on information from the professor, the Police find and apprehend their suspect. But then another body is found, and it fits the same pattern as the previous killings. Do they have the real killer? The math professor knows, and it's a shock when he names the killer.
About Stuart Gustafson (Boise, Idaho Author)
Stuart Gustafson took early retirement from high technology to spend more time with his family (including 90-year old Mom), to write, and to travel. He's succeeded at doing all those things. He was able to take Mom on her last long trip (a 14-day New Zealand cruise out of Sydney, Australia); he's written more than a dozen books, and he's traveled to 55 countries and visited 145 different cruise ports.
Leveraging his U.S. Registered Trademark "America's International Travel Expert®," Stuart has been speaking on cruise ships around the world as he gathers ideas for his travel-based mystery novels. He's published novels set in Los Cabos, Mexico ("Missing in MEXICO"), Sydney, Australia ("Sydney Murders—SOLVED!"), the Mediterranean Sea ("Disappearances in the MEDITERRANEAN"), and he's currently working on set in Paris, France ("Art Thefts in PARIS").
He's also written books on family relationships, starting with one that centered around the tragic loss of his dad when Stuart was only 16—both Dad and Grandpa were killed by a drunk driver. He has nationally published books on the relationships with Dad, with Mom, and with Grandparents. He's also compiled over five dozen compelling stories into a beautiful book called "remembering our parents—Stories and Sayings from Mom and Dad."