A Clear Solution by Eric McFarlane

A Clear Solution – a comic crime novel
Published by Accent Press

All that lab technician Daniel Dreghorn wants is a better job, more money, a new flat – oh, and perhaps to meet a few more girls. It’s not much to ask of life, is it? All his dreams are answered with one visit to a faulty cash machine, but is it too good to be true? Yes, Daniel, it is…
Daniel’s life goes from bad to mad as a series of deaths are attributed to him and some very shady characters start to believe he is more than he seems. As Daniel’s colleagues at the university become suspicious of his actions, madcap Professor Farquharson sees him as a way of achieving a long-held desire… Can Daniel avoid being drawn into his boss’s crazy schemes? Can he avoid the attentions of a bent copper? Are Dr Bernini’s doughnuts all they seem to be?
A Clear Solution is a hilarious look at what happens when you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time – complete with homicidal bank managers.

Reviews:

“A brilliant blend of comedy and crime”
“Dead bodies, simmering sexuality, chaotic misunderstandings”

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MeAuthor bio:

Eric McFarlane spent his formative years in Glasgow before de-camping to the wilds of West Lothian via a short spell in Edinburgh. He trained in alchemy and spent most of his working life casting spells in pharmaceutical companies. But writing fiction was his first love and he has done so since facebook was what happened when the latest Stephen King appeared. He has written innumerable short stories, completed four novels (humour, thriller, SF), started, abandoned and re-started several others and even attempted some bad poetry.

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