Wentworth M. Johnson brings Bill Reyner back with ‘Magnuscarter,’ the ninth novel in his Bill Reyner Mystery Adventures series.
William Reyner is a private detective with a good deal of experience uncovering nefarious plots. Like a bloodhound, he can sniff out discord with the mere sense that something is afoot. So, when he discovers a mysterious institute operating in total secret in a remote area of Canada, Reyner decides to stop at nothing until the mystery is solved. However, in Magnuscarter, Wentworth M. Johnson’s new addition to his Bill Reyner Mystery Adventures series, Bill Reyner may be getting into more trouble than ever before.
To say Bill Reyner is getting into trouble is no surprise. After all, he’s uncovered the truth behind many mysterious murders, helped an associate who was being framed, and accomplished a series of narrow escapes, always putting himself in the line of danger. The secret institute in Canada captures his attention, taking him into hostile territory the likes of which he’s never encountered. Despite the pain and heartache some of his other cases have caused him, Bill Reyner investigates, hot on the trail of the next clue.
The deeper he gets into this problem, the more terrible things get. Bill Reyner continues his hunt as bodies pile up and the situation gets increasingly dire. Awkward questions need answering, and the institute’s secrets prove to be worse than murder. All the while, Bill Reyner is searching in a seemingly dead-end quest for King John’s lost treasure.
Bill Reyner’s adventure begins as a simple treasure hunt and quickly spirals into one of his greatest mysteries yet. Wentworth M. Johnson surely satisfies readers with Magnuscarter, yet another thrilling page-turner in the Bill Reyner Mystery Adventures series.
Wentworth M. Johnson
Wentworth M Johnson is a Canadian writer of science fiction and mystery adventure novels. He was born in 1939 in March, Cambridgeshire, England, and is the great grandson of renowned playwright, dramatist and theatrical producer William Edward Bourne. A veteran of the RAF, Wentworth M. Johnson worked with the Ghurka regiment reclaiming Borneo after the Indonesian invasion, as navigator with 1125 Marine Craft unit chasing pirates in the South China Sea, and in Nairobi on international communications. He moved to Canada after leaving the Royal Air Force in 1967 and worked in lumber and munitions before landing a job at a local television station. He spent twenty- eight years there before retiring early in 2000 to concentrate on his writing, as well as his hobbies: flying scale model aircraft, playing the Bagpipes and any woodwind instrument, and collecting British postage stamps. As an author Wentworth M. Johnson’s lifelong passions have been writing and English history with a love for the medieval period.
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