McNamara’s on the hunt again. An apparent suicide leads the detective to a terrorist plot. What will he do when his lady’s life is on the line?
McNamara, a Scottish D.C.I., fights crime in the streets of Edinburgh and in its suburbs. Diagnosed with mild Asperger as a child, the detective is meticulous, cold and dedicated. He is interested in doing his job and is a master in avoiding any kind of sentimental involvement. However, Bryony sneaks under his defence and claims his heart.
If you love a good traditional crime story, then this is the book to you. Buy it and spend a couple of nice afternoons with a thrilling story.
Join McNamara in his hunt and fall in love with the lass who stole his heart. Intrigue, suspense and cynical humor, together with unique characters, create a thrilling atmosphere.
About Spokes of an Uneven Wheel
Spokes of an Uneven Wheel is a compact, ambitious work of poetry, due out from Main Street Rag Publishing this July.
When I read Colin’s work, one of his own lines comes to mind: “What persists / is glad amazement.” His work consistently delights with humor, inventiveness, a blessed dose of sarcasm and, yes, wisdom (despite his best intentions). We are all “born for that other thing,” and this is that other thing.
- Sharon Mesmer, author, Greetings from My Girlie Leisure Place
Spokes of an Uneven Wheel speaks for noses out of joint, joints out of town, and entire towns out of luck. And we are there too, among the overcast of characters. Like a singer songwriter who’s masterpiece depends on laryngitis and a guitar in the pawnshop, in total exile from easy street. But exile from is also exile to, where despite the bleak economics, overbooked disappointment calendars, and a landscape of scapegoats, we prevail together.
- Brendan Lorber, author, If this is paradise why are we still driving?
Colin Dodds is a writer. He grew up in Massachusetts and lived in California briefly, before finishing his education in New York City. Since then, he’s made his living as a journalist, editor, copywriter and video producer. His poems, short stories and essays have appeared in more than three hundred publications, been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and the Best of the Net Anthology. He has also directed a short film and built a twelve-foot-high pyramid out of PVC pipe, plywood and zip ties. One time, he rode his bicycle a hundred miles in a day. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and daughter. You can find more of his work at thecolindodds.com.
Born sometime in the past century, living in the 21st century.
Sometimes I have good ideas... (what do you think?)
Sometimes fascinating guests!
(that for sure!)
Sometimes I have to share some of my frustrations,..
(not too tempting, huh!)
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