Books by Neil McGaughey

A CORPSE BY ANY OTHER NAME by Neil McGaughey
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 1, 1998

"Malachi is less insufferable than in And Then There Were Ten (1995), though the target audience remains hard-core puzzle-addicts stuck on a train between double-crostics."
Piqued that his agent/wife, Lee Holland, has sold his first mystery novel by ignoring his demand that she keep the author's name a secret and instead telling the publisher that it's the work of nationally syndicated mystery reviewer Stokes Moran, Kyle Malachi decides to take strong measures against his tiresomely successful pseudonym by phoning the New York Times to announce Moran's death. Read full book review >
AND THEN THERE WERE TEN by Neil McGaughey
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 1, 1995

Retired agent Izzy Cohen marks his 80th birthday by telling syndicated mystery reviewer Stokes Moran (Otherwise Known as Murder, 1994, not reviewed) about a stolen X-rated videotapea tape that shows the highlights of 25 years of dalliances between Izzy's lover, Lev Levin, and a dazzling parade of Hollywood beefcake. Read full book review >