Endo

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ENDO. After discovering the body of a pro cyclist at the bottom of a cliff, former detective Keely McAdam's mountain bike race ends, plunging him into the start of an evolving mystery. Soon a second cyclist is missing and Keely feels compelled to help solve the murder and find the missing woman.

Murder mystery becomes nightmare when Keely's wife, Elise, is kidnapped. Her abductors demand an unusual ransom: find the missing cyclist or Elise's life is over. With the help of some ...

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ENDO. After discovering the body of a pro cyclist at the bottom of a cliff, former detective Keely McAdam's mountain bike race ends, plunging him into the start of an evolving mystery. Soon a second cyclist is missing and Keely feels compelled to help solve the murder and find the missing woman.

Murder mystery becomes nightmare when Keely's wife, Elise, is kidnapped. Her abductors demand an unusual ransom: find the missing cyclist or Elise's life is over. With the help of some old and new friends, Keely battles countless road blocks in pursuit of his quest. He soon realizes that fate has brought him back to the very case that forced his early retirement. Now he must deal with the past if he and his wife are to have any future at all. ***

"I was in a 24-hour mountain bike race and while traversing the top of a cliff in the middle of the night, I thought, wouldn't this be a perfect place for a murder? Turns out, at least in fiction, it was. And, my eventual Endo (end-over-end) was away from the cliff, thank goodness. That'll teach me to lose my concentration." ~ Ian ~

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606011720
  • Publisher: Siren Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/12/2008
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Posted June 16, 2009

    A great read!

    Ian O'Neill has created a mesmerizing tail of intrigue, drama, and realistic characters that can come from today's headlines. His talent, and knowledge of the mountain biking circle, has brought fiction to a the highest level, and it shows in every chapter of this wonderous work.

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  • Posted April 14, 2009

    Excellent and Engaging Story

    Ian O'Neill creates a very believable and real story with sympathetic and dynamic characters. His knowledge of and passion for mountain biking comes through strongly almost making me want to take up the sport. His research into police procedure really comes across in a believable police reaction to the dead body and his fast paced, action filled race to solve the mystery keeps the pages turning. The slightly twisty ending is very satisfying.

    I highly recommend Endo by Ian O'Neill.

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