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Brad Johnson, an American, from Wisconsin, travels to Manchester UK, researching his roots. Whilst visiting an Art Gallery he suffers a heart attack. Forensic tests are not conclusive with natural causes. Enigmatic sleuth The Gent investigates the complex labyrinth of Brad’s family history. What does this have to do with the murders of prostitutes?
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Marian Clowes is an administrator at Salford into Work, a recruitment and training company assisting unemployed people to gain employment. Claims to a government funding body have been falsified. Marian is suspected of being a whistle blower. She…
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Following news of the death of his Aunt, Brad Johnson, an American, travels to Manchester UK, researching his roots. Whilst visiting an Art Gallery he suffers a heart attack. Forensic tests are not conclusive with natural causes. The Gent investigates the complex labyrinth of Brad’s family history. What does this have to do with the murders of prostitutes.
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Early morning. At Castlefield Basin an Elvis impersonator finds a body on his narrowboat. A knife is sticking out of the man’s abdomen. Fingerprints on the knife are not a match to Elvis. He and the boat disappear. A rich lady believes her toy-boy lover is stealing from her. He is found murdered. A maths student is found floating in Castlefield Basin. Is the connection the missing narrowboat? The Gent investigates.
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Hilary Cawthorne (MBE) Suspicion Minds
Sue Marsh Caught in a Trap
Steve Moyes King of Diamonds
James Murray All That I Am
Helen Owen All Shook Up
Carol Pirie Impersonator
Other notable titles included, Devil in Disguise, Suspicion and The Great Pretender, but I don’t think Elvis performed it. Congratulations and thanks to all who made suggestions. Please email address for signed books to be mailed to later in the year. Chosen title is. Caught in a Trap, well done Sue Marsh, an acknowledgement will appear in the book.
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What’s in a title? Due for release later this year, my new book is currently titled IMPERSONATOR, here’s the Blurb.
Manchester, Castlefield Basin, early morning. An Elvis impersonator wakes, to find a body slumped on the back of his narrowboat. A knife is sticking out of the man’s abdomen. Fingerprints on the knife are not a match to Elvis. During police investigations, they return to find that he and the boat have disappeared. A rich lady believes her toy-boy lover, the drummer in a rock band is stealing from her. He is found murdered one evening in the band’s dressing room. A maths student at Manchester University is leading a double life as an escort, her body is found floating in Castlefield Basin. Is the connection the missing narrowboat? The Gent investigates.
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