❰EPUB❯ ✰ Fatal Induction Author Bernadette Pajer – E17streets4all.co.uk Seattle 1901 The race to win an electrical competition incites Professor of Electrical Engineering Benjamin Bradshaw’s obsession for invention in the second entry to this exciting historical series Seattle The race to win an electrical competition incites Professor of Electrical Engineering Benjamin Bradshaw’s obsession for invention in the second entry to this exciting historical series The contest winner’s telephonic system will deliver music from the Seattle Grand Theater to homes throughout the city and Bradshaw is confident he can winBefore he can enter the contest Bradshaw discovers what is thought to be a gypsy wagon suddenly abandoned behind his house What happened to the father and child who lived in this cart Then President McKinley is assassinated casting Bradshaw and the entire nation into shock However Bradshaw is captivated by a crime closer to home the peddler’s child may have witnessed a murder He follows the girl’s trail plunging into a seedy underworld of bars and brothels Frustrated by the police department’s apathy and caught between power struggles he doesn’t know whom to trust Each step of his investigation entangles him deeper in crime and corruption until he realizes that to save the child he must transform his contest entry into a trap to catch a killer Bradshaw’s electrical forensic and investigative skills combined with a keen understanding of human nature bring the Seattle police—and murder—to his doorstep during the social and scientific turmoil of the early twentieth century.
Bernadette Pajer spent her childhood in Seattle surrounded by the beautiful Cascade and Olympic mountains and Puget Sound She holds a degree from the University of Washington Bothell where she studied CLA Cultural Literature and the Arts in the Interdisciplinary Arts and Science program Research is her favorite activity and she happily delves into Seattle's past and the early days of ele.
- 250 pages
- Fatal Induction
- Bernadette Pajer
- 10 April 2015 Bernadette Pajer