‘The Other Key’ is now available as an e-book

Neil’s detective novel is now available on Amazon.

A wee taster:

It was January 4, 2003, when Inspector Julian Main was jolted from a deep sleep by his telephone ringing, like a warning. Groggily, he looked at his watch. 2:15. His mouth felt dry and rancid like sour wine. “Commander Durocher, here, Inspector. I’ve just been informed that Louise Branson, the wealthy socialite, has been murdered in her home at 76 Forden Road in Westmount. I want you to take charge of the case and I think you should get over there right away.”
For the next two months, Inspector Main, Homicide Division, Montreal Police, tracked the killer like a leopard stalking a gazelle. The hunt took him to London, where he had been attached to Scotland Yard, and to Dublin, where his sister had been sexually assaulted. In the end it brought him back to Montreal where he and his sidekick, the gum chewing Detective Roy Marchand, uncover the other key.

Get your copy today. If you don’t have a kindle, you can also download Kindle software for your PC so you can read ebooks right on your desktop.

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4 Comments »

  1. 1
    Barbara Says:

    Congratulations, Neil! Are you planning a sequel? And good to have you back!

  2. 2
    imagenmots Says:

    It is a relief to see you back. Keep healthy.
    Paul C.

  3. 3
    Cate McB Says:

    Great to have you back Neil! Hope you had a good rest!

    And yes, I think its time for a sequel! We’ve been waiting on the edge of our seats!

  4. 4
    Heidi Gulatee Says:

    Every day I checked and I am very glad that you again have the energy to do the blog.
    Congratulations to your book, The excerpt looks very promising.
    I hope that you also enjoy the beautiful weather we are having.
    Welcome back,


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