Dan McNay is the author of The Smallest Creatures: a fateful road trip full of murder, mystery and suspense, out in December 2017. Who is Dan McNay? Learn more about the author and his book, as well as ratings and reviews on the latter.
Dan McNay has purchased millions of dollars worth of computers for USC; won the staff speed calculator competition at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel; paddled around Catalina Island with a bunch of Boy Scouts; sold used and rare books in the French Quarter, collected blood from unborn calves in a Utah slaughter house; lectured on Robbe-Grillet; worked the graveyard shift in Monterey, San Francisco & Tucson; owned and ran a cemetery in Illinois; and played the banjo and sang at the House of Blues- but not necessarily in that order.
He has written It Knows You By No Other Name and The Truth About Treasure Island
and has produced his first demo CD Where Are You Going?
He has sung and played banjo all over the LA area for the last couple of years
His first novel is Under The Cold Stones. Let’s discover together his second novel, The Smallest Creatures: a fateful road trip full of murder, mystery and suspense.
You, readers, will love his original style and captivating voice.
A young man agrees to drive an older woman and her grand-daughter from New Orleans to her trailer in Nashville – a road trip that goes from bad to worse.
Exhausted from over-work and suffering from the humidity of a scorching summer, David has little idea what awaits him when he agrees to this act of kindness.
As he drives the decrepit overloaded car north, hungover and agitated David attracts the unwelcome attention of the traffic police, suspicious of his intentions.
Further, he is drawn into the strange world of Martha, who begins to confuse him with her daughter’s partner, recently killed in a road accident.
As cabin fever sets in, and his companion’s behavior becomes increasingly erratic – flirtatious, salacious, hostile, vindictive – David begins to realize he is in danger.
Quite what type of danger will come as a nasty surprise. The trouble is, David is so caught up in the situation that even when he clearly sees the threat coming, he drives straight into it.