Jason Zachary is in the wrong place at
the wrong time. He woke up next to a dead man with no
recollection of how he got there or why. Is Jason being
framed for the murder of George Blunt, or did he do it?
Thatís what Detective Alexander Spider has to figure out.
Unfortunately, the evidence is stacking up against Jason.
Alex is searching hard for another suspect. Because heís
attracted to Jason, or because he thinks heís innocent, or
both? Soon, Alex and Jason are delving into a
Dominant/submissive relationship that may prove as dangerous
as the killer on the loose.
An excellent plot full of gritty
suspense holds itís own against the complex dynamics of Alex
and Jasonís relationship in The Geography of Murder.
While their relationship seems doomed from the start, their
desire is too strong to deny. Alex keeps his feelings to
himself, leaving Jason often guessing, which leads Jason to
do things that are destructive to himself and their
relationship. Alex is better at showing his feelings as a
Dom which can be destructive as well. With excellent
characterization and a mystery that left me guessing until
the end, The Geography of Murder is another
superb story from P.A. Brown.