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Detective Schizoaffective: A Novel by J.T. Smeaux

J.T. SmeauxHilarious and touching, Detective Schizoaffective is a dramatic and satirical debut novel about one man’s quest to discover his true nature.

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Jameson Theodore is a middle-aged family man whose recent bipolar diagnosis has left him feeling lost, confused and desperate. As Jameson searches for answers, he drifts off into another state of mania and goes all-in on the investment opportunity of a lifetime. His sudden willingness to risk everything he has—to turn his life around and find perpetual happiness—leaves him exposed in the worst possible way. The only way out is for Jameson to investigate the craziness within.

About the author, J.T. Smeaux:

J.T. SmeauxBefore entering finance, which has been his career path for the past 12 years, J.T. Smeaux was a professional hockey player… technically. Detective Schizoaffective is his debut novel, though he has written two other novels, a book about fatherhood, and a children’s book (based on the lives of his two young daughters).

Currently, Smeaux lives in Minnesota with his fiancé and two daughters. J.T. enjoys golfing, skiing, SCUBA diving, writing books, and has developed a very high interest in meditation and spirituality over the past two years.

His hope is to someday write full-time and make the world a better place through laughter and love.

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