He saw her every Sunday for almost a year before she disappeared and everything went to hell.

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My second novel, Flash Drive, is now available for $1.99 on Amazon (exclusively for now). Click a link to read a preview and pick up a copy: Amazon.com, or Amazon Canada, or Amazon UK (or find it in any of Amazon’s stores world-wide). If you like the book, please help me out, and post a review. Here’s a teaser:

Every Sunday afternoon for almost a year she strolls into the parking lot where you work and drives away in a car share. Every Sunday evening she brings it back. Until one day, when the car comes back, but she doesn’t. A stranger wearing cargo pants and an attitude shows up in her place. After he leaves, you find her bag and all her possessions in the trunk. You realize that wherever she is, she has nothing but the clothes on her back.

What do you do? You don’t know her well, but you know she disappeared. You’re afraid she’s been harmed, but no-one believes you. You think you know who’s responsible, but then that guy turns up dead.  And when the cops open an investigation, you are their prime suspect in the murder.

Erstwhile taxi driver Alex Ryan is the guy in the parking lot. Sexy bank executive Chantal Dorval is the mystery woman. Who kidnapped her? Is she alive or dead? Who killed Cargo Pants? And why? Ryan sets out to answer these questions, to find Chantal and exonerate himself. But the more he learns about her life, the more disturbing secrets he discovers, and the more suspects he turns up. And the more the police are convinced he’s guilty.

Flash Drive is action-packed and sexually-charged. It deals with contemporary themes such as substance abuse, alternate lifestyles, and social media privacy issues.  It will appeal to readers of the work of Gillian Flynn, Robert Galbraith (JKR), or Harlan Coben.

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