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MEET DETECTIVE LANCE MARSHALL IN THIS BRILLIANT NEW CRIME SERIES.

DISCOVER A BRAND NEW CRIME THRILLER FROM #1 BEST-SELLING AUTHOR PAUL KILMARTIN THAT WILL HAVE YOU GRIPPED FROM START TO NERVE-JANGLING FINISH.

A young woman is found brutally murdered inside of a Park.

She dies, in an area, that is surrounded by suspects. But with no apparent motive for her brutal slaying
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Kindle Edition, 220 pages
Published March 10th 2019
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What is the final straw before anyone knows what their breaking point is? After reaching that breaking point, what lengths would you go to for a semblance of normalcy? Everything has limits, but how far we push those limits and how creative the mind, really has a bearing on the outcome of that person’s life and death. Kilmartin has an enjoyable serial mystery that is sure to leave the reader hanging up until the last few chapters of the book.

Lance Marshall is the cop who no one likes. Why? Beca
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Born in the year of 1980, from Tullamore, County Offaly. Paul is a gifted writer, with a love of reading and writing page turning thrillers.

Writing is akin to breathing air or drinking water. Both are necessary for life, but writing gives you a little bit more. For Paul it gives him life itself, and sustains his creative mind.

The neigh-sayers will tell you that writing books are a waste of time.
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