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The three J’s. Every Dundonian kid was taught about them in history class. Every university student lectured on it during their orientation itage of Dundee. Except they weren’t the three J’s because that first one was really an M. Marmalade. But, like the three R’s of education, the three J’s stuck because they sounded right. Journalism still thrived. DC Thompsons remained a driving force in the UK publishing industry. The Courier, The Sunday Post and even The Evening Telegraph remained key in Scottish reporting.
In Russel D. McLean's The Lost Sister, a teenage girl is missing. Her godfather is a known criminal and her mother is hiding a dark secret. For Private Investigator J. McNee, what starts as a favor for a friend soon becomes a nightmare as he races to find the girl before it's too late.
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Russel D. McLean's writing remains every bit as compelling, focussed and gritty in The Lost Sister as it was in his first novel: though he has brought to his second book a more flowing and assured style that presumably comes from the simple fact that this is no longer his debut. The result is a compulsive page-turner that draws you in and refuses to let you go until you have ridden the plot all the way to a climax every bit as unexpected and violent as he achieved at the end of J McNee's first outing.
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Read the best books by Russel D. McLean and . His short fiction has been published in crime fiction magazines worldwide. The first three novels featuring Dundonian PI J McNee are, THE GOOD SON, THE LOST SISTER and FATHER CONFESSOR.
His short fiction has been published in crime fiction magazines worldwide. His early short stories have been collected digitally in the collection, THE DEATH OF RONNIE SWEETS (and other stories).