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Local Artist Perfecting the Art of Murder Paul Trembling

17 Nov 2017
240 pages: 130 x 198 mm
Lion Fiction
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The police call came at 4:00 am. A possible burglary that turns out to be a particularly nasty murder. Sandra Deeson, the Librarian who finds the bloodied body, is deeply shaken. Then the nightmares begin… because what the police don’t know is that this is not the first time she has found a corpse. One of Sandra’s colleagues is missing. The Police investigation starts and then stalls. There may be a clue in the painting someone left for Sandra – but the picture brings back memories she’s tried to keep buried. Two unidentified bodies, thirty years apart, and the only connection is Sandra herself. Last time, it cost her dearly. This time the price may be even steeper.
Paul Trembling got into the habit of making up stories before he could read or write. Since then, he's followed a varied career path, being at various times a seaman, a missionary, a janitor and a CSI – but he's never broken the story-making habit, and has no plans to try.
“A compelling mystery told with an extraordinary insight into the heights and depths of human nature. Paul Trembling has a gift for making heroes out of ordinary people.”

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