I have almost finished writing Double Entry, which I hope will be the first in a series called Accounting for Murder. I will review it once more before sending it to my copy editor, who will try to correct all my mistakes and make suggestions for improvements. A big job, I expect. Then I will have to do a lot of changes and send it back for proofreading.
I hope to publish it around Easter.
What is it going to be about? It is a whodunnit and here are a few clues.
The hero is an accountant. (Seriously!) A private eye asks him to look for some assets that have conveniently disappeared just before a divorce case. One thing leads to another, and he finds himself investigating a murder.
Most of the suspects are accountants, apart from the odd celebrity. How could he be putting himself and his family in any danger? How many murders will there be? You will never think accountancy is boring after this.