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Devil's in a Different Dress (British Crime, Thrillers and Mystery)

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Descripción

From award-winning and best-selling British crime author Chris Barraclough, creator of the internationally acclaimed Twin Towers Estate series (shortlisted, Page Turner Prize; shortlisted, SpaSpa best psychological fiction), comes his third full-length novel, Devil’s in a Different Dress.

June 22nd, 1945. A broken band of British soldiers occupy the remains of a disquiet southern German town. Tensions between them and the surviving locals are at an all time high and a brutal, bloody murder could prove the tipping point.

Forced to investigate the case, Captain Adam King struggles to control his team as well as his own personal demons while piecing together the horrifying clues. Packed with shocking twists, black humour and unexpected horror, Devil's in a Different Dress is Barraclough's "most thrilling slice of crime so far".

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Chris Barraclough is a British journalist and award-winning UK crime author who bagged the UK Authors Award for his highly-praised debut suspense novel "Bat Boy", following a blind teenage boy and his brother's search for their long-lost father (out now in paperback and on Kindle). His mystery novel “Dead Dogs” soon followed and was praised by critics (and nominated for the Dylan Thomas Sony Reader Award) for its shocking and darkly comical portrayal of an Albanian blood feud.

"Crack" (shortlisted, Page Turner Prize and SpaSpa Award for Best Psychological Fiction) was the first book in his thrilling Twin Towers Estate crime series, set in a notorious council estate on the brink of war. Crack won international acclaim and went on to sell tens of thousands of copies, and was followed by five more Twin Towers Estate thrillers. His latest series, The Bitch is Back, is also available right now on Kindle.

Praise for Chris Barraclough's crime books on Kindle:

"This is seat-of-the-pants reading, so grab yourself a drink and snack and make yourself comfortable before you start. And remember to breathe occasionally...Five Stars." - Indie Ebook Review on the Twin Towers Estate series

"A great story, beautifully written...an excellent crime book. Once you start you will not stop, I promise you." - Graham Sclater's Book Review Show, Venture Radio

"Fast, funny, riveting...a glorious read" - Times Suspense

"A wonderful, gripping thriller, from the first words to the last. Marvellous!" - UK Crime Writers

"I enjoyed every minute of it. Its pace is so frenetic and the events pile up one on the other so rapidly that you won't want to put it down." - eBookanoid Reviews

"I was immediately sucked in...an action packed, tense thriller...I found the book gripping, the prose magnificent...one that I could not put down and that, I’m sure, will haunt me for some time. Five stars" - Author Susan Russo Anderson

Devil's in a Different Dress (British Crime, Thrillers and Mystery)
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  • Gratis
  • Disponible en iPhone, iPad, iPod touch y Mac.
  • Categoría: Misterio y suspenso
  • Publicación: 30/05/2015
  • Editorial: Chris Barraclough
  • Vendedor: Smashwords
  • Páginas impresas: 320 páginas
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Requisitos: Para ver este libro, debes tener un dispositivo iOS con iBooks 1.3.1 (o posterior) y iOS 4.3.3 (o posterior), o un Mac con iBooks 1.0 (o posterior) y OS X 10.9 (o posterior).

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