The ‘AFK’ series

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“I found this series entirely by accident, I can’t even recall how, but I fell right into it. The story, the writing, the.. I don’t know words, they’re all fantastic. I almost wish they were a little worse so that I could put the books down now and then, make it last longer rather than shooting right through it. But it’s been such a ride. Recommended to anyone who loves virtual worlds, murder, mystery, romance, suspense, crime…” (Amazon review).

AFK (2007)


Definitely Thursday, a Second Life® detective, reflects on cases and confessions, on love, on anger, on understanding the virtual world as perhaps the greatest liberator there has ever been, and on falling for the oldest trick in the book, just the same…
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AFK, Again (2013)


Thursday is back, by popular demand!
Step Stransky is dead and now all that Definitely Thursday – the remaining partner of the Step Stransky Second Life® Detective Agency – has to do is live with the fact of being his killer.

AFK, Indefinitely (2014)

AFK3-cover-2016-tinyThe third book in the ‘AFK’ series.
Step Stransky is dead. And everyone knows now it was murder. And everyone knows now it was Definitely Thursday who murdered him. Can Thursday stay ahead of the law long enough to complete one last mission in the metaverse? More…

AFK, in Pursuit of Avengement (2015)

c5cc0-afk2bavenge2bcover2bfor2bbloThe fourth book in the ‘AFK’ series.
The virtual world is changing. And Definitely Thursday is struggling to keep up. Once she tracked down metaverse cheats; now her job is to find the online criminals who would use the virtual world to con, rape and murder. More…

AFK, Awaiting (2017)

Cover for blogThe fifth and final novel in the ‘AFK’ series.
Her partner has been shot dead and the murderer is coming for her next; meanwhile, her new cover is blown and the authorities are once more on her trail. The net is finally starting to close around Definitely Thursday. More…

4 thoughts on “The ‘AFK’ series

  1. What a fantastic read! It doesn’t help my addiction to SL any, that I can read this at work, where I cannot log in to SL, and yet I feel like I am in SL, here at my desk, with a new bunch of interesting, (though slightly dangerous) friends.

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  2. I am not a writer but I enjoy reading. Thank Huckleberry for a truly enjoyable read. I was hooked from the very first page.. not unlike my addiction to Second Life since my first day inworld :)

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