On February 10th, Mac Durridge returns.

About a year ago he appeared, fully formed, on the Central Coast of New South Wales. An ex-Cop (not entirely by choice) he tracks down missing people, runs the odd security job and, once in a reluctant while, gets involved in something big.

Last time, in Mac D: Private Investigator, Mac found himself in the middle of a bank job. Literally in the middle. Framed for killing the bank security guard and being a part of the $4,000,000 robbery, Mac had to evade the law while sorting out exactly what happened.

It’s four (literal) months later now, and Mac is recovering from the damage inflicted on his aging body. Then one of the real antagonists from the bank robbery is killed and a local innocent is framed.

That’s a step too far for Mac, and even if it kills him, he has to make things right.

Preorder now at iTunes and Amazon (here, for Australia and here for Canada) for a Feb 10 release.

And if you haven’t read the original Mac D, it’s currently available at all e-store for $0.99 until Feb 10th.

 

Pick up the original now and preorder number two.

Now if you’ll excuse me, the plot for number three needs a bit of work.

15. May 2016 · Write a comment · Categories: writing · Tags: ,

Mac D Hot Summer v1(400x600)I’m writing book number twelve right now, second in the Mac D: PI Series. It’s called “Hot Summer”. It’ll be released in August of this year (2016) and follows Mac as he helps a friend’s daughter who has been wrongly accused (or was she?) of murdering an ex-cop and all-around slime-ball.

Mac is an ex-cop turned Private Investigator living on the Central Coast of NSW in a fictitious town somewhere between Gosford and Newcastle. Maybe a bit north of Wyee. Budgewoi Beach is his local beach. This book follows on about four months after the conclusion of the first book in the Mac D series, Mac D: Private Investigator. His ribs are mostly healed, ex-cop Jackson is out of jail and Jessie is back from an extended break in Brisbane. All the right ingredients for a shit-storm.

And because I love all my readers, I’m leaving Chapter One here for your reading pleasure. Let me know what you think.