There aren’t many ways to say this. The first full-length MIU novel, Murder in the Multiverse, is now available for pre-order, and Schrödinger would like you to buy it.
He’s decided on a winning marketing campaign. He’s going to travel the length and breadth of the country giving people hard stares in that way that only cats (and Paddington) know how.
Are you scared? I know I am.
If he carries on staring at me like that, he might just catapult me into a parallel universe.
And how does Schrödinger (or Shrew, as Alex calls him) do that? Well, you’ll have to read the book to find out!
In case Shrew hasn’t convinced you, here’s the blurb and the snazzy new cover:
The Multiverse Investigations Unit – fighting crime across the Multiverse.
Alex Strand is finding her way as the newest and most ginger member of the University of Berkeley Physics Faculty.
But when the murder of reclusive internet billionaire Claire Pope proves insoluble, she’s recruited to the top-secret Multiverse Investigations Unit.
Hidden in the parking lot of San Francisco Police HQ, the unit investigates murders by sending officers to parallel universes in which the victim is still alive – for now.
Alex needs to prove herself. With the help of the mysterious Sarita Jones, the bizarrely-bearded Sergeant Mike Long and Schrödinger the quantum cat, can she track down the murderer, prevent the same crime from happening in a parallel version of San Francisco, and get back before closing time?
I hope you have as much fun reading it as I did writing it.