A real-life, mystery critic/sleuth “kills off” his famous fictional alter ego in this unique murder-without-a-suspect myster—the fourth book in the captivating, highly acclaimed Stokes Moran series. A delicious mix of mayhem and witty takeoffs on famous whodunits, this latest tale is a light-hearted, cleverly intricate mystery.
Neil McGaughey (rhymes with McCoy) is the author of The Best Money Murder Can Buy, And Then There Were Ten, and Otherwise Known as Murder. A full-time writer and nationally known mystery critic, he reviewed mysteries for the Jackson, Mississippi, Clarion- Ledger for more than ten years. A member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters-in-Crime, he lives in Mississippi.