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Fade to Black

Fade to Black (Paperback)

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"Original and witty and goes like stink." - Greg Loftin, director, Saxon. The mysterious return of a deceased film icon forces media man Root Wilson - the director's obituarist - to hit London's streets in search of the truth. But powerful forces and henchmen are determined to stop Root, and he soon finds that he's a murder suspect himself ...not to mention a likely next victim. Moving swiftly between Peckham and Parliament Hill, Stoke Newington and Soho, this intricately plotted thriller is shot through with the mood of a basement jazz club at 1am. Inspired by The Third Man, it transforms the capital into a noir landscape full of fast-talking antagonists, matchless and smart-as-whip femmes fatales, and a River Thames that plays as big a part in the action as any other character.

Fiction & PoetryCrime & Thrillers Publisher: Saraband Publication Date: 28/01/2016 ISBN-13: 9781910192252  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Steve Mullins is a journalist who has freelanced for newspapers including the Financial Times, and International Herald Tribune, and is a specialist in media. He is a former advertising agency copywriter and has more than 25 years' writing experience, working mainly in London, with spells in Paris and San Francisco. Fade to Black is his first novel.

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