Dan McNeil grew up in a home surrounded by books and music, ensuring that he would have a love for both. He spent much of the 80's playing in bands around Ottawa, later writing and recording two albums of original pop rock with his cousin and song-writing partner Steve Casey.
His first book, "The Judas Apocalypse" was published in 2008. He fully enjoyed the experience and decided to write another. His latest offering is "Can’t Buy Me Love," a light hearted romp about a heist during the Beatle's first visit to the United States in 1964.
Can't Buy Me Love
In 1964, a revenge-filled ex-con with the help of his over-the-hill gang and a sexy bank employee, decides the best time to knock over the same bank he tried to rob twenty-five years earlier is during the live performance of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show provided he can stay one step ahead of the scheming bank president and the New Jersey mob.