jmax young’s book “Denise Delgardo, Episode Two: Some Beech Street Business” continues Delgardo’s missions as she pieces together a case woven with thrill and danger

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Recent release “Denise Delgardo, Episode Two: Some Beech Street Business” from Page Publishing author jmax young follows the exciting journeys of the anti-anti-heroes as they explore things beyond their control and the missions of private investigator Denise Delgardo.

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jmax young, a migrant from San Diego and an excellent writer, has completed his new book “Denise Delgardo, Episode Two: Some Beech Street Business”: a gripping and potent fiction along the stranger things of cases and mysteries unfolding.

Young writes, “In this episode our anti-anti-heroes are again messing with powers and circumstances that are out of their control. Neither of them and their minions are ever prepared for the intrigue and danger they encounter. But the oddity of their cases has begun to identify them. They can either run away and continue their careers with mundane assignments that neither pay the bills nor fulfill their thirsts for misadventure. Wait till you get a load of the ensuing episodes!

The second adventure involving Denise Delgardo and her misanthropes defies the usual private-investigator tale. As all her assignments begin, she’s following a spouse suspected of infidelity. And as all her assignments soon morph, she’s up to her symbolic and literal neck in danger unimagined vis a vis time travel to a very scary time.”

Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “Denise Delgardo, Episode Two: Some Beech Street Business” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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