P is for Pluto

Molly Marbles is opening a new branch of her famous Martian restaurant on Pluto. But the opening is delayed when her chef is murdered. With the Pluto Police taking a relaxed approach to crime, Molly heads to Pluto to help crack the case and get the restaurant back on track. But she will have to face clones, confusion and the spice mafia in order to solve this mystery.
This sequel to Sherlock Mars is a stand alone novel that filled with science, filled with fiction and filled with fun.


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Chocolate Chocolate Moons

If you were offered an opportunity to become light, fit and have a wonderful life without dieting, would you accept? Plus-sized Molly Marbles wins a scholarship to Armstrong University on the Moon, a haven for the plus-sized set where her 287 Earth pounds instantly become 47.6 without so much as passing up a piece of pie.
But when her boyfriend Drew Barron dumps her, then jumps at a job making low calorie food supplements, Molly’s weight is the least of her woes, especially when her favorite candy Chocolate Moons are found poisoned.
This book is a verbal cartoon for sophisticated readers tired of counting calories and hungry for a good laugh. A yummy funny read.


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A riotous concoction: fine dining, virtual reality, and murder.

Molly Marbles runs a successful bistro on terraformed Mars. But a virtual restaurant opens near her place, offering the experience of delicacies from across the Solar System with none of the calories. What will this do to her business?

Then its owner is murdered in her kitchen. Molly, an amateur detective, springs into action to help the police solve the mystery, while also planning her pop-star daughter's wedding, keeping her kitchen staff from feuding, and protecting her cyborg friend from the humans-only mob. Meanwhile, the infamous Cereal Serial Killer has escaped prison on Pluto and has everyone worried. Things are getting hectic, but Molly is a resilient and resourceful woman. And her knack for mysteries sees her nick-named 'Sherlock Mars'.

A rollicking science fiction, mystery, comedy.


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I’m Jackie Kingon. Welcome to  my website. If you like science fiction as light as a spiked meringue and a mystery with a twist  you’ve come to the right place.

Kirkus Review  called Chocolate Chocolate Moons “delightful” and Sherlock Mars, "An undeniably fun tale with a protagonist who can apparently handle anything…”

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