Time Between Days
by Greg Johns
Students walking to class at Sun Yat-Sen University on Mainland China find the body of Sean Michael Barber, a high-level arms dealer, lying beside a small saltwater canal. He had been shot in the back of the head with a small caliber pistol, execution style.
Firearms transgressions in Asian countries are nothing new to Andr Woo, an investigator in the Firearms Division of Interpol. Possessing average intelligence but sharp instincts, Woo finds himself on yet another investigation in Hong Kong. However, the Barber assassination isnt all what is seems.
Andr quickly learns that the Barber assassination is just one of five committed in various locations around the world, all within a few minutes of each other at exact solar midnight.
What is the significance of the exact solar midnight to these murders? Can Andr piece together the pieces of this puzzle and realize the key to solving the crimes?
About the Author:
Greg Johns resides in Escondido, California, where he leads an active retirement life. He has two children and two granddaughters.
Greg has an undergraduate degree in marketing, an MBA, and a teaching credential in social studies. He served in the U.S. Navy and is a Vietnam Veteran. He spent most of his career working in the corporate world before transitioning to teaching high school before retiring.
Just a few of his post-retirement pursuits include volunteering, traveling, and playing tennis and golf.
Time Between Days is Gregs second novel. He previously published a memoir and is currently working on a third novel, a social commentary.
(2016, Paperback, 216 pages)