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IMPURITY: A thrilling murder mystery full of devilish twists

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A murder with no weapon or motive. A detective on edge. A community that wants answers.

One fateful night when off duty, DI Stewart Gardener intervenes in a street brawl and his wife is shot dead.

Trying to come to terms with this, he gradually returns to normal duties policing the streets of Leeds. Finding his wife’s murderer is never far from his mind, but with no
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Kindle Edition, 279 pages
Published November 24th 2019 by THE BOOK FOLKS British crime fiction publishers
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Erik Empson
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If the following books are as good as this one, we're set for a truly excellent series.
Detective Gardener has lost his wife and catching her killer is never far from his mind. But there are other cases to solve first. Namely that of a seasonal worker killed with a lethal cocktail of chemicals that forensics have trouble identifying. More bodies are found and the pressure is on before Xmas is ruined for everyone.
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The British Fantasy Society published Ray Clark's first work in 1995 - Manitou Man: The World of Graham Masterton, was nominated for both the World and British Fantasy Awards. In 2009, Ray's short story, Promises To Keep, made the final shortlist for the best short story award from The Tom Howard Foundation. Ray is based in Goole, and has set his Gardener and Reilly crime series in nearby Leeds.