Murder By Suicide by Bryan Murphy

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A gripping, illusion-free look at people we license to kill.
The year is 2040. A rare visitor to a hospice in Frascati, nestling in the hills above Rome, elicits macabre reminiscences from inmate Franco Tira, whose life changed when the day-to-day business of disposing of dissidents got personal. Who is the mysterious visitor, and what is his purpose?
The e-book includes, as a taster, chapter two of the author’s novella “Goodbye, Padania”, which examines the career, style and motives of another fictional cold-hearted killer, Daria Rigoletti.
 

About Bryan Murphy

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Bryan Murphy is a man of Kent, though he comes from a long line of Irish peasants. He has worked as a fruit-picker, kitchen hand, road-sweeper, bar-tender, wages clerk, teacher of English as a foreign language, translator and copy-editor. He recently retired from a job within the United Nations system, and now concentrates on his own words, as a writer and an actor. He divides his time among England, Italy, the wider world and cyberspace. 
 
Published April 8, 2013 by Dark Future Books. 19 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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