William N.  Gilmore

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William N. Gilmore is a U.S. Army veteran and a retired Atlanta Police Detective, serving for 27 years. Not liking the books he was reading, he decided to try writing his own. His first novel, Blue Bloods & Black Hearts is the exciting first book in a trilogy loosely based on himself and his old partner. Most of William's books center around fictional Atlanta Police Detectives and the Atlanta background. His latest work, No Space For Justice is his breakout science fiction novel about an Atlanta Homicide Detective kidnapped by an alien and taken to a world of telepathic beings, mythical creatures, fantastic ships, and bizarre weapons. With a world where there are no police, no courts, and no crime, he is tasked to solve an eight-hundred-year-old murder. William, is a member of the Paulding County Writers' Guild. A native of Georgia, he now lives in Hiram, GA with his wife Esther.

No Space for Justice

How do you solve an eight-hundred-year-old murder on a strange, alien planet that has no police, no courts, and no crime? Well, of course, you kidnap Earth’s best homicide detective and take him to your world. That’s exactly what happened to Atlanta Police Detective Brian Douglas. A man with a tortured soul who once sought answers to his own unrequited questions at the bottom of a bottle. Now he is searching for a brutal killer on a world of telepathic beings, mythical creatures, fantastic ships, and bizarre weapons. Brian soon finds himself being hunted as a criminal by the planet’s ruthless High Scribe, just for being human, while hiding a secret so terrifying, it could rock the entire universe. With the fate of two worlds in the balance, the detective must survive an inhospitable world, hostile aliens, a universe of untold dangers, and somehow, find his way home-if it still exists.