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Neil Broadfoot Books In Order

Publication Order of Connor Fraser Books

No Man's Land (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
No Place to Die (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Doug McGregor Books

Falling Fast (2014)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Storm (2015)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
All the Devils (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

The Point of No Return (2019)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Neil Broadfoot is a published Scottish author of fiction.

Before he started writing, Neil was in the field of journalism. He was a journalist working at newspapers locally and nationally for about fifteen years. When he was active, he would cover the largest stories that happened. He also used to be a poacher that has now turned into a gamekeeper. Broadfoot moved into the field of media relations, giving advice to different organizations that include sporting clubs located in Scotland to Strathclyde Fire & Rescue Service.

Neil has since gone into work for the government of Scotland, employed as a communications officer. He is married and his wife’s name is Fiona. Together they have two children, both girls. He resides with his family in Dunfermline, which is the place that he was employed as a reporter locally, his first ever job.

The author’s first novel was published in 2014. Falling Fast was an action packed debut. It was then that readers were introduced for the first time to main character Doug McGregor. McGregor is an investigative journalist working in Edinburgh that collaborates with DS Susie Drummond, his contact within the police. The book received positive reviews and praise from readers, critics and other authors. Falling Fast made the short list for the Dundee International Prize as well as the Deanston Scottish Crime Book of the Year Award.

Neil has a busy life and lives with his family, and like any other writer, strives to have balance when it comes to his work and his life. To do so, he tries to write the majority of the time when it’s night. He does what he can to squeeze things in around certain things, writing when he has time in his schedule. The good news about this is that his wife also used to work as a journalist. As a result, she gets the need to write or make a deadline. Neil says that writing is work and while it doesn’t feel like a job, it is that at the end of the day. Writers need discipline to continue to write and go back to that work.

Neil Broadfoot is the creator and the author of the fictional Doug McGregor series of novels. The series first started in 2014 with the publication of the exciting first novel in the series, Falling Fast. The second installment would come out shortly after and is titled The Storm. The third novel in the series is titled All the Devils. If you have been looking for a great series that has its fair share of action, then be sure to check this one out!

Falling Fast is the first book in the Doug McGregor fictional series by Neil Broadfoot. This debut is where readers get to meet the investigative journalist for the first time.

When it comes to secrets, they’re generally not good to have and to hold. While some can be fairly innocent, others are dark enough to take you all the way down to the abyss if they can. Interesting stories pop up now and then in Scotland, and the journalists are the ones tasked with covering them.

A woman goes from the top of the Scott Monument in Edinburgh and falls to her eventual death below. It’s a ghastly case, and while the authorities are inevitably involved, there’s also the news angle to consider. Doug McGregor is a crime reporter and is assigned to get the real story and not just what’s going to make the headlines.

While he’s interested in the story, Doug also has a lot happening. He’s currently working on his own story. He’s attempted to track down a rapist that he was just alerted to in Fife. The strange part is that the criminal is estimated to be going to his parents’ home, located in East Lothian. The journalist doesn’t care for the idea that his parents could be affected by this creep.

So, Doug’s doing all that he can to try and hunt this perpetrator down while also covering the story of the woman who plummeted to her death. To do so, he’s going to need to convene with DS Susie Drummond. She’s not only a friend but they grab drinks together too. From her the reporter finds out that the victim of the Monument fall was actually somebody. A top MSP was her father, making her his daughter.

Doug quickly takes the lead and runs with it. He’s doing all that he can to go deeper. In the process, he’ll become an active part of a story that is far more sinister than he could have imagined, and now Susie’s involved too. With outside people that would give anything and do almost anything to keep their secrets safe, is Doug in over his head? Can he catch the people involved in these cases and find out who did it, or will he be their next target? Read this thriller to find out!

The Storm is the second novel in the Doug McGregor series of fiction by Neil Broadfoot. When it comes to revenge, it’s a dish best served cold.

Doug is back, and he’s still working as a journalist and reporting the stories. But he’s used to covering the news and not actively being a part of the story. That all changes when he sees his editor murdered in front of his very own eyes, dead from a sniper. But since he is so close to the subject and the story, Susie informs him that he is not going to be able to investigate this story.

Doug’s shaken up by the event but has no choice to move on and grieve the loss of his editor. His former mentor runs a hotel in Skye and invites Doug out, so he says yes. It’d be nice to get a change of scenery and try and clear his mind of this whole event.

However, when Edinburgh is host to yet another murder, the reporter can’t help but think the two cases are linked. Could he be in danger even here at Skye? Will the sniper get caught? It’s anyone’s guess! Pick up this thriller and read to the end to find out what happens!

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