Lieutenant Beaudry inherits a bloodbath in upper Westmount, the richest postal code in Canada. A prominent lawyer and TV host beaten and shot, his bodyguard hacked to death. A Russian money-laundering operation, a psychopathic Korean playboy, a sleazy private eye, and an international hit team are somehow connected, and Beaudry must close the case without shooting anyone. Meanwhile, his ex-wife has run off in his vintage muscle car, and Internal Affairs is poking around-in other words, he's having a rmal week.
Michael Kent is a retired international management consultant. Contrary to his technical writing, his fiction always has a tinge of humor and a special twist to the tale. A native of Montreal, he is fully bilingual, normally in the same sentence. Years as a private pilot, avid reading, and extensive travelling have built up a storehouse of plots and stories to be shared with the world. Michael has penned winning short stories on Writers on the Net, Writer's Village University, Flash Me Magazine, and won first in a flash and two 'drabble' contests. He is an active writer and reviewer on Fan Story and The Next Big Writer.