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Snapshot

by Barry Pullen

Crime / Mystery

Snapshot Synopsis

A dead prostitute, a photograph, a message. This is Detective Inspector Longman's first case after transferring to Leicester CID from London, where he had been badly injured during a violent arrest. The first message was bad enough but when a second one is delivered, along with another photograph, it becomes apparent that the quieter pace of life he was expecting will have to wait. A serial killer is out there - abducting, raping and killing young women, then leaving their near-naked bodies to be discovered. When Longman realises who the killer intends his final victim to be, he becomes embroiled in a race against the clock. The prize for success: a woman's life.

Snapshot Press Reviews

First class debut into the crime genre - a real page turner, with excellently thought-out characters - Colin Brown 

Chilling and graphic - vivid imagery that paints the true horror of psychopathic obsession - Jack Hodgson

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ISBN: 9781528907842
Publication date: 30/01/2019
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781528907842
Publication date: 30th January 2019
Author: Barry Pullen
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 210 pages
Genres: Crime / Mystery,
Categories: Crime & mystery,

About Barry Pullen

Barry Pullen was born in Darlington in 1950, but as his father was in the RAF, he was soon on the first of many moves around the UK and abroad. Barry also served in the RAF, visiting many different countries during his time in service. After he left the RAF, he worked in Oman for eleven years, followed by four years helping to build the new Airbus A380 in Germany. Barry now lives in Rutland with his wife and daughters, and their dogs, Misty and Rex. After reading other people's work for years, he decided to write stories of his own. ...

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