Jack Elton was having a rough time dealing with his unfair banishment from the Vancouver Police Force and trying to settle into the lonely life of a P.I. until the morning the dead body of a young, pregnant Asian woman is found stabbed to death in the offices of Biggs, Wilberforce, Hutton and Small. The police and the employees of the firm are mystified at the murder—no one seems to know who she is, or why she was in the building that night.
All evidence points to Brendan Biggs, a partner in the advertising firm, but Biggs insists he has never seen the girl before. The police are putting the pressure on, so in an act of desperation, Biggs calls on his old friend Jack to help out.
A job accepted grudgingly to help out a friend turns into an adventure for the aspiring private eye, as he must determine the victim’s identity, that of her assailant, and the motive for the gruesome crime, while delving into the unfamiliar and closed-to-strangers Asian community of Vancouver, Canada.
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About the Author
Robert Scott is an author and pastor. He lives in Saskatchewan, Canada with his wife, Shirley. Bob has been interested in writing since his early school days. He has written for radio and television and has edited several non-fiction books. He was privileged to have, among his university professors, the late Canadian author, Mordecai Richler. Bob is presently working on his fourth and fifth novels as well as a collection of his humorous short stories about the fictional town of Stevensborough. Advertising Murder is his first novel.