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    Publisher: Saraband

    Dm for Murder

    £8.99
    Ten million Twitter followers. One killer. Bryce Horrigan revels in antagonising guests on his TV talk show and the thousands of death threats he's received on Twitter are a badge of honour. But when the controversial TV host is shot dead, it leaves the authorities with a dilemma. Where do you start investigating millions of suspects?
    ISBN: 9781910192009
    AuthorMatt Bendoris
    Pub Date30/07/2015
    BindingPaperback
    Pages288
    Availability: Out of Stock

    Shortlisted for the Bloody Scotland Crime Book of the Year Award 2015. Ten million Twitter followers. One killer. Bryce Horrigan, a Brit made good in America, makes a living rubbing people up the wrong way. He revels in antagonising guests on his TV talk show, and the thousands of death threats he's received on Twitter are a badge of honour. But when the controversial TV host is shot dead, it leaves the authorities with one hell of a dilemma. After all, where do you start investigating millions of suspects?Detective Sorrell has to separate the keyboard warriors from the real killer...who begins tweeting cryptic clues. As the investigation and media storm build, Sorrell discovers a British journalist from Horrigan's past may hold the key.

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    Shortlisted for the Bloody Scotland Crime Book of the Year Award 2015. Ten million Twitter followers. One killer. Bryce Horrigan, a Brit made good in America, makes a living rubbing people up the wrong way. He revels in antagonising guests on his TV talk show, and the thousands of death threats he's received on Twitter are a badge of honour. But when the controversial TV host is shot dead, it leaves the authorities with one hell of a dilemma. After all, where do you start investigating millions of suspects?Detective Sorrell has to separate the keyboard warriors from the real killer...who begins tweeting cryptic clues. As the investigation and media storm build, Sorrell discovers a British journalist from Horrigan's past may hold the key.