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The 9/11 Connection-bookcover

By: James W. Macnutt

The 9/11 Connection

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In the years since the events of The Odessa Connection, Isaac Menshive and Will McIntosh have settled into new and contrasting roles. Isaac, with his priorities firmly centred on his young and growing family in London, has taken a back seat in running the Menshive Trust, the vast and burdensome business enterprise he inherited. It is Will who oversees the trust’s day-to-day administration full-time alongside Isaac’s daughter Ruth, to whom he is becoming ever more attached.
As part of their researches, Will and Ruth discover that Isaac’s father, a university professor in New York who died under mysterious circumstances, had been working on his own ambitious project, based in the North Tower of the World Trade Center before the attacks of September 11, 2001. They call in experts to examine the Professor’s papers, including those scattered over the city when the towers collapsed, in the hope of learning more about his intentions. At the same time, Isaac’s grasping ex-wife and her two daughters suddenly come back into his life. Is this more than coincidence? Could they perhaps be in league with the sinister figures who have been harassing Isaac over the last several years?
The 9/11 Connection brings the story of Will and Isaac to a satisfying conclusion as it continues to develop the relationships between the familiar protagonists while introducing some highly colourful new characters. With the same flair for detail, psychological nuance and sophisticated geopolitical understanding as its predecessors, the novel displays an uncanny prescience about the current political situation in Eastern Europe.

James W. Macnutt is author of seven non-fiction books. Mr. Macnutt's first novel
was published in November 2017 with the title On Five Dollars a Day/An Innocent
Abroad Summer 1965. His earlier publications related to historical architecture, furniture
and maps in separate volumes.
Mr. Macnutt is married with two children Jane and Carolyn and grandfather of two
girls Charlotte and Emma and two boys Mark and Jack.
Writing has been a major part of Mr. Macnutt's life having been a Legislative
Counsel, practising barrister and solicitor and author of various articles on historical
The Spectre of Stanhope Lane is in tradition of Scottish supernatural beliefs and
encounters. It is set in one of the earliest Scottish settlements in Canada.

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