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Dr. Philip Emma Pens a Mystery Murder Tale Investigated and Solved by a Retired Scientist

The book brings to the readers a suspicious murder case that was solved and brought to clarity by a retired scientist using his new way of unravelling the mystery.

Danbury, Connecticut – WEBWIRE

Get involve, think and fit the pieces of the puzzle.

“Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder: And Solves Adler’s Problem” is a mystery tale that is filled with an intelligent and funny twist as well as exciting puzzles. It was written by Dr. Philip Emma. His writings showcased the story of a retired scientist, Mickey Maux, who not only brilliantly creates and invents things but also cleverly takes and solves mind-boggling cases during the times when cops are having a hard time in finding resolution and clarity. As he heads back to his home in Connecticut, he stumbles upon an intriguing murder scene that brought a lot of suspicion and questions. The intertwining points of the case then link to four friends who are all tangled with clashing agendas, lies and truth. With his higher-order thinking and logical ways, Mickey Maux critically gets involved in the investigation and later on, solves the crime. 
Aside from the thrill of discovery, this book will surely hold the reader’s attention through the interesting share and play of characters, events and elements such as intellect and humor that add up to the treat and intensity of the story
“Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder: And Solves Adler’s Problem” is a great addition to one’s collection of mystery novels. It is highly recommended book and a good read for the curious minds.
“Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder: And Solves Adler’s Problem” will be displayed in the coming 2018 London Book Fair New Title Showcase on April 10, 2018. Be there and grab a copy!
Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder: And Solves Adler’s Problem
Written by Dr. Philip Emma
Published by XLIBRIS
Published date May 16, 2017
Paperback price $17.93
About the Author
Dr. Philip Emma has a PhD in Electrical Engineering, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He recently retired as Chief Scientist from IBM TJ Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY. He holds over 200 patents, and has written parts of four books on technology, as well as over 300 articles. He has taught at several Universities, and is a well-known lecturer in the area of Computer Architecture. He is currently working as an Expert Witness for patent litigation, and is a well-known columnist on the topic of patents and claims. As a youth, he worked as a sous-chef in several restaurants, and he also does work in the coffee and espresso-machine businesses.

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