The Twinning Factor

The Twinning Factor: Perfect Murders, McGee Faces a Conundrum, Book Seven in the Joseph McGee: Private Investigator series, sees McGee assist DCIA Sybil Norcroft in the latter stages famous Beelzebub, the Magnificent dragnet, followed by his greatest conundrum ever. The story unravels the mysteries of trafficked girls, mass murders, perfect alibis, the problematical riddle posed by identical twins with one name. New Yorker, McGee ends up in a decrepit hacienda in Santa Rosa, Guadalupe County, New Mexico, as his likely last chance for success.

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15




I chose to use a pseudonym for personal reasons. I’m a retired neurosurgeon living in a rural paradise and am at rest from the turbulent life of my profession. I lived in an era when resident trainees worked 120 hours a week–a form of bondage no longer permitted by law. I served as a Navy Seabee general surgeon during the unpleasantness in Viet Nam, and spent the remainder of my ten-year service as a neurosurgeon in a major naval regional medical center. I’ve lived in every section of the country, saw all the inhumanity of man to man, practiced in private settings large and small, the military, academia, and as a medical humanitarian in the Third World.