I Can Make It Happen

Miguel Angel Hernandez Jr. Author Interview

A Colossal Injustice follows a homicide detective who is investigating a murder that leads to bigger questions and bigger crimes. What was your inspiration for the mystery that must be unraveled?

Judge Dredd, The Matrix, Robocop, The Terminator, Death Wish, and Shadowrun.

How do you balance story development with shocking plot twists? Or can they be the same thing?

The key to victory is the brainstorming and outline process. I can turn an idea into something concrete by writing it down. If I know what I want to happen, then I can make it happen.

There are a lot of things that are not directly answered in the book. Was it your intention to leave so many mysteries in the story?


What is the next book that you are working on for Detective Griffin Knight, and when will it be available?

You’ll see. I don’t like spoiling surprises. 🙂

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What if a deadly night in Seattle is just the beginning?

I haven’t even been in the city for 48 hours, and it’s already obvious that the information in front of me doesn’t add up.
As a homicide detective, I’ve seen it all, but this murder is different.
To kill someone in this manner is often a crime of passion or a deeply personal attack, and yet the evidence suggests otherwise.
Why was he targeted? How is it connected to Seattle’s biggest megacorp? Was it someone he already knew? What if this is the start of something so much bigger?
The only thing I do know is that I need to find out who did this fast in case others are also at risk!

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