Fiction Writing

Mark S. Wellington

A psuedonym for Mark W. Swarthout’s fiction writing.
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Also available for the Kindle or Kindle Reader App.
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The Email Murder

Mike Blackwood lives and works in the Detroit Metropolitan area at some point in the near future. When a classmate from law school ends up on the wrong side of a murder investigation, he and his partners go to work to help find out what really happened. Mike makes his primary living working disaster recovery for computer technology. He is also a lawyer and a licensed Private Investigator and gets drawn into various mysteries on a regular basis. Set into real locations in Detroit and its suburbs.

Reader Reviews

Mike Blackwood, jack of all trades, takes us through the twists and turns necessary to figure out how to help his buddy from law school who has been accused of murder. Those of you from Detroit and its suburbs will enjoy the references to places near and far as you are lead through the electronic pathway to the high tech conclusion of Mark S. Wellington’s debut literary work. == Catherine

This book is a fun read! Nice plot, interesting characters, good use of the metro Detroit location. And it’s great to read an author who actually knows what he’s talking about when he mentions technology. Good debut. I look forward to more books by this author. == Peggy Mundell

Mystery on Woodward: Dream Cruise Weekend

Woodward Avenue is a central thoroughfare cutting through the suburbs connecting Detroit with Pontiac. Dream Cruise weekend is a time to revel in the classic cars and hot rods. But Mike’s enjoyment of the weekend is interrupted by a puzzling mystery in this novella. Includes a brief description and history of Woodward Avenue. Mike Blackwood lives and works in the Detroit Metropolitan area at some point in the near future. He makes his primary living working disaster recovery for computer technology. He is also a lawyer and a licensed Private Investigator and gets drawn into various mysteries on a regular basis. Set into real locations in Detroit and its suburbs.

 

 

Miss Terri of the Roller Derby

When some skaters are put out of commission by an unknown cause, an acquaintance asks Mike to use his sleuthing skills to resolve the incident and put everyone’s minds to rest. He’s pulled into the whirling circle of roller derby as he works through the possibilities before finding the answer to the mystery. Mike Blackwood lives and works in the Detroit Metropolitan area at some point in the near future. He makes his primary living working disaster recovery for computer technology. He is also a lawyer and a licensed Private Investigator and gets drawn into various mysteries on a regular basis. Set into real locations in Detroit and vicinity.