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Philip Emma Publishes Novel about a Mystery Murder Case

A one of a kind mystery story shows how an eccentric detective solves a murder case like no other detective can.

Danbury, Connecticut, USA – WEBWIRE

“It is easier to commit suicide than to explain and justify it.”

“Mickey Maux Muddles A Murder And Solves Adler’s Problem” by Philip Emma is a mystery piece. Mickey Maux, the main character, is a rich and retired scientist. He takes on detective cases that are too complicated for the police to handle and invents things.
One night on his way home, Mickey Maux comes upon a puzzling murder scene that is not what it seems to be. It got completely different when the police got involved. The murder case got more intriguing and it was a puzzle between four friends. Some of them lie at times and the others tell the truth other times. It went on and on and it turned out to be a completely different story. But with the complexity of the case, Mickey Maux was able to solve it like no other detective can. It is amazing how he can do it.
Find out how Mickey Maux solved the murder crime. It’s such a mystery. Lots of unexpected scenarios mentioned in the book will surprise you. It’s worth the read!
Mickey Maux Muddles A Murder And Solves Adler’s Problem by Philip Emma was one of the titles displayed in the 2018 Guadalajara International Book Fair, which took place on November 24, 2018.
Mickey Maux Muddles A Murder And Solves Adler’s Problem
Author: Philip Emma
Publisher: XLIBRIS
Date Published: May 16, 2017
Paperback Price: $17.93
About the Author
Philip Emma is a Doctor in Electrical Engineering. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. When he was young, he worked as a sous-chef in a number of restaurants and he also experienced working in coffee and espresso machine businesses. Dr. Philip is currently working as an Expert Witness for patent litigation and he is a well-known columnist on the topic of claims and patents. He recently retired from IBM TJ Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY as Chief Scientist. He has written over 300 articles and holds over 200 patents. He also has written parts of four books on technology.

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