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Growing With the Flow...

Detective Eli Mitchell enjoyed working the cases that landed on his desk, regardless of who they involved and the implications of the crimes tying them to the investigation. He loved his job and the Boston metropolis certainly had its fair share of incidents to keep the job interesting, outside of the so-called daily routine stigma that's been the c
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Kindle Edition, 460 pages
Published April 3rd 2016 by Amazon Digital Services
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Matt O'Donoghue
Aug 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
Disclaimer, I know the author.

However once I received the book along with my hitchhikers guide to the galaxy all in one book, well it is a good quality hard copy. Good paper and a well made book unlike the Douglass Adams book I got in the same parcel.

As far as the story goes, I could not put this down. A little slow to start, Ed puts a lot of time into creating his characters. This pays off in the end as you end up really identifying with them as they get into their adventures, so much so that I
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Joan
Jul 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing
(The Perpetual Manifested States of Being Book 1)
By Edmund Mahon

The title of the book alerts the reader that this is an intellectual book. The biggest flaw is that is in need of decent formatting. The Prologue is mixed in with the copyright information and a list of all individuals who helped him in developing this book. Emergence: is an entire chapter on an explanation of being and what produced life. It is rather metaphysical and it would be helpful if the author identifies whether this is h
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C Dove
May 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing
GOOD READ! Starts as a slightly futuristic cop thriller and ends up being everything else (meta-physical, quasi-religious, quantum physics)! Good character development as real people trying to do the right thing (detectives of Boston PD) !
Madelon
Jul 15, 2016 rated it did not like it
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I had no sooner started reading NOTHING HAPPENS ALL THE TIME, when I found myself questioning why I was reading it. The first chapter is some 25 Kindle pages long, and it could be cut back to maybe 2 Kindle pages without diminishing what was written.

I really do hate to write a bad review, but I cannot, and will not, waste another minute reading this poorly written and poorly edited book. Amazon says this book is 460 pages long. Having read as far as part way into Chapter 3 (Page 67; 17%), I stil
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Igor Eliseev
Jun 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I just finished this book, and it was a lot of fun. The only word used to describe this book is perfect!
Nothing Happens All the Time: Homicides Truly Know How to Interrupt a Good Meal by Edmund Mahon is a sci-fi detective novel with nonstop action. There are some great twists, good characters, the clever dialogue, and an unpredictable ending that took me by complete surprise. The last few pages gave me one of those rare “wow” moments. Moreover, this book also reminds me of a movie called “The Us
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Edmund Mahon
Apr 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Originally from the New England area, my family and I moved about the country during my youth with my siblings, when they were old enough to choose for themselves, deciding to take up roots at the various places our parents relocated the family. Currently residing in Utah, I’ve always found writing to be a good outlet for the various thoughts and ideas that inspired me to write over the years albe ...more