“Myles is not loveable, but I would love to meet him.”
“I must admit, I didn’t want it to end.”
Myles Morgan never wanted to be an undercover detective. The very idea of becoming a police officer was ludicrous. It made him feel sick.
Myles Morgan has always wanted to be the next Marlon Brando. That was his vocation. Heck, he’d settle for being Al Pacino, Russell Crowe, or even Jude Law. But Myles hasn’t had the breaks in the acting world.
For years he’s stuck it out, working occasionally in small-time productions. Then he gets a part, the lead, in The Hound Of The Baskervilles. He’s thrilled to be playing the legendary Sherlock Holmes.
He’s hoping that the production will change his life. It will. But not in a way he could ever have expected.
NO HERO is a short story about the crime that led to an underachieving actor becoming an undercover cop and is an introduction to the MYLES UNDERCOVER series.
He’s the cheekiest cop you’ll ever meet.
About the Author
Mark Capell is a former documentary television director. He made shows for the BBC, ITV and satellite. He got to meet all sorts of weird and wonderful people, including a gangster who offered, for ‘cost price’, to kill anybody who upset him. Needless to say, he never took up the offer.
Instead, he decided to take his storytelling skills to the world of fiction. His books are highly imaginative tales.
His debut novel, ‘Run, Run, Run’, became a number one bestselling crime thriller on Amazon. He followed it up with a series of novellas about a failed actor who becomes a successful undercover cop because of his inordinate ability to lie – The Myles Morgan Mysteries.
‘Vows to Kill’ was his second full length novel and is about a detective who receives a death threat: I will kill you on your wedding day.
‘Cafe Insomniac’ is his latest novel — 25-year-old Justin opens an all-night café, but he’s soon on a quest to find out how his insomnia is connected to the murder of a customer.