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Mark Hazard

Mark Hazard - book author

Mark Hazard is the author of books: Murder Upstream: A Detective Mystery (Harding Boys Book 1), Lines of Duty: Deputy Corus Mystery #1, Corus and the Case of the Chaos (Corus #1), Thin Gray Lines: A Deputy Corus Mystery, Poison Secrets: A Detective Mystery (The Harding Boys Book 2), Corus and the Case of the Corruption (Corus #2), Line of Sin: Deputy Corus Mystery #3, Line of Light: Deputy Corus Mystery #4

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Chief Detective Corus was the brilliant ace investigator of the King County Sheriff's Department in Washington State. His ability to solve cases straddled the border between genius and second sight. He'd won every commendation his department offered, and his peers either cherished his ability or hated him for his success. But Chief Detective Corus, with his iron will and laser wits, was never moved by any of that, as long as he had a case to solve.

Then his dog died.

A good cop unhinged by the nihilistic significance of an old dog's departure must now struggle to piece his worldview back together in time to solve the murders he let slip through his fingers during his season of failure. He begins with the murder of an entire family at a ski resort. With every clue gone cold can Corus re-establish order in his world, despite hateful co-workers, corrupt officials and murderous villains? Or is the crushing chaos destined to overwhelm him?
After a personal and professional breakdown, Chief Detective Corus was demoted and tasked with focusing on three murder cases he’d let slip in previous months. Fresh off the thrilling conclusion to his first case, Corus is on the hunt to solve the next cold murder, a computer engineer stabbed and drowned at a company party attended by hundreds of people. But standing in his way are a Billionaire with dark secrets, his own meddling coworkers, and a broken and corrupted disk obscuring another decades old mystery.
Meanwhile, Corus finds a link between the Sheriff’s Department computer network and the Russians involved with the murder at Skokim Pass. With Fletcher’s help, Corus must infiltrate the Russian organization to get answers to his questions. But what will he do when they demand he kill a county official and launder dirty money?
Corus must also cope with unexpected romantic urges, disconcerting reminders of his military past, and an obese “wizard” with the skill to peer into hidden digital realms.
Corus’ world refuses to conform to his old black and white absolutes, instead growing greyer with every step he takes. Can Corus embrace the chaos to solve his cases and confront the questions tearing at him from within? Or is the ubiquity of human corruption destined to outmatch him?