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A bizarre death leads to discoveries about low-tech industrial espionage, but is selling details of your employer's customer base to their rivals a reason for murder? Appearances deceive, and it transpires the victim may have been the victim of a mistaken identity.DI Charlie Priest is content in his work, and his home life shows signs of improving. When his new girlfriend, a former world-class athlete known as La Gazelle, wins her comeback race his happiness overflows. But when a second mysterious death turns up on their patch Charlie and his team find themselves under pressure to discover what catalyst motivates the killer. They suspect it might be Charlie himself, and this is confirmed when La Gazelle is kidnapped. Now it's getting personal . . .

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A bizarre death leads to discoveries about low-tech industrial espionage, but is selling details of your employer's customer base to their rivals a reason for murder?Appearances deceive, and it transpires the victim may have been the victim of a mistaken identity.

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Evocative Yorkshire setting tinged with Pawson??'s trademark dark humor

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DCI Charlie Priest and his team are presented with a bizarre murder that leads to the discovery of low-tech industrial espionage, but is selling your employer's confidential records enough to warrant this particularly sadistic murder? Appearances deceive, and it transpirs that the victim may have attracted the murderer because of his facial resemblance to a local serial killer known as the Midnight Strangler. The next victim is murdered in even stranger circumstances, and with old enmities surfacing within his team, Charlie begins to wonder if he himself is the catalyst that motivates the killer...

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ISBN:
9780749081133
Author:
Pawson, Stuart
Publisher:
Allison & Busby
Subject:
Mystery & Detective - Police Procedural
Subject:
Mystery & Detective - Traditional British
Subject:
Mystery-A to Z
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20070831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
376
Dimensions:
7.03x4.43x.95 in. .45 lbs.

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Product details 376 pages Allison & Busby - English 9780749081133 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , A bizarre death leads to discoveries about low-tech industrial espionage, but is selling details of your employer's customer base to their rivals a reason for murder?Appearances deceive, and it transpires the victim may have been the victim of a mistaken identity.
"Synopsis" by , Evocative Yorkshire setting tinged with Pawson??'s trademark dark humor
"Synopsis" by , DCI Charlie Priest and his team are presented with a bizarre murder that leads to the discovery of low-tech industrial espionage, but is selling your employer's confidential records enough to warrant this particularly sadistic murder? Appearances deceive, and it transpirs that the victim may have attracted the murderer because of his facial resemblance to a local serial killer known as the Midnight Strangler. The next victim is murdered in even stranger circumstances, and with old enmities surfacing within his team, Charlie begins to wonder if he himself is the catalyst that motivates the killer...
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