Michael Blair’s first story was accepted for publication in his high school yearbook, but they lost the manuscript. He then set his sights on becoming a commercial artist, but after a rude awakening in the advertising department of a national retail chain, and a two-week (sic) stint in the RCAF, he started his collection of rejection slips. He’s worked as a truck driver, quality control clerk in a gasket factory, graphic designer, carpenter, second hand bookstore proprietor, copy writer, art reviewer, computer administrator, and, since 1994, as a freelance technical writer/editor. To date he’s published five mystery novels.
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If Looks Could Kill
When Vancouver photographer Tom McCall’s former lover walks back into his life, he knows trouble can’t be far behind.
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