Great reviews build buzz for new thriller Why Was Rachel Murdered?

Crime fiction fans are eagerly spreading the word about Why Was Rachel Murdered?, a just-released political page-turner with a plot taken from today’s headlines and a cast of fresh characters that includes a remarkable trio of very smart, very tough women.

“Loved it,” wrote Kobo reader T Patrick on November 23, 2018. “Great read. Pacing fast and furious. I wished it were even longer!”

In Why Was Rachel Murdered?, a mathematician’s murder draws Toronto PI Neil Walker into a web of Ponzi schemes, political corruption and global cybersecurity nightmares.

Walker, an ex-RCMP financial-crimes specialist, is forced to work with Carole Lisgar, a high-powered political operator he once arrested for corruption. As more bodies drop and the stakes ramp up, they uncover a conspiracy that stretches from Parliament Hill in Ottawa to a beach-front estate outside New York City and the devastated villages of earthquake-shattered Haiti.

A riveting tale of high finance, low morals and international secrets, Why Was Rachel Murdered? introduces PI Neil Walker who may remind mystery fans of Robert B Parker’s Spenser and Robert Crais’s Elvis Cole, two long-time favourite sleuths of the author.

Written by Canadian crime writer Bill Prentice, Why Was Rachel Murdered? is now available as ebook or paperback from most major online retailers including Amazon, Kobo and Chapters/Indigo.

Why Was Rachel Murdered?

Published by Echo Road, Toronto

ISBN   978-1-7753337-1-5 (ebook) 978-1-7753337-0-8 (paperback)