The Luckiest Man Dead

What price would you pay for the best year of your life?

by Cash Morgan

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ISBN: 9781783330584
  • Word count87,403
  • Page count253
  • IllustrationsNone

Private eye Cash Morgan is hired to investigate the death of Roddy Crane, a university student, at the end of his first year, living with three beautiful women. His death has been ruled as suicide by the police but his ex-girlfriend, Janey, is adamant that Roddy would never have committed suicide, his life was far too good. As Cash investigates the incredible last year of Roddy’s life, he discovers that there are any number of people who had good reason to kill Roddy, from jealous boyfriends to angry fathers to spurned lovers. As he works his way through the suspects, drawing ever closer to the real killer, Cash himself embarks on a romance with one of Roddy’s lecturers, Liz Tarry. But Cash has a history of screwing up relationships, and to make matters worse, Liz has a secret that she’s keeping from Cash, a secret that will land her onto Cash’s list of suspects.

About the Author

Cash Morgan is an ex-policeman, ex-husband, and ex-optimist, currently working as a private eye and moonlighting as a writer to pay off a mortgage, a bar tab longer than his last book, and three ex-wives with good reasons to hate his guts. He’ll take on any case for £75 a day plus expenses, but if you fail to pay up promptly then your story just might end up in print (with a few embellishments). His interests include cheap whiskey and moderately priced women. Cash Morgan is a highly experienced professional, you can trust him with your secrets; just don’t trust him with your wife.