September Song by Colin Murray
(Tony Gerard)

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Set in 1950s’ London, the gripping new Tony Gerard thriller - Reluctant jazz-loving sleuth Tony Gerard’s laid-back lifestyle is dealt a major blow when he receives three separate requests to track down three missing people on a single day: a long-lost daughter, a missing piano player and Hoxton Films’ latest leading man – the good-looking but feckless Philip Graham. But there is more to each case than meets the eye, and Tony finds his investigations are attracting the attention of some seriously dangerous individuals. Soon, events take a murderous turn . . .

About Colin Murray

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Colin Murray is a Lecturer in Law at Newcastle University, where his research interests focus on concepts of allegiance, citizenship and national security.
Published December 1, 2012 by Severn House Digital. 256 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Although the various gangs who control London’s neighborhoods generally do their best to avoid conflict, suddenly Tony finds himself in trouble with several of them as he attempts to track down some missing merchandise and come up with satisfactory solutions to his three interrelated problems.

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Set in 1955 London, Murray’s intriguing second hard-boiled noir outing for problem-fixer Tony Gérard (after 2011’s No Hearts, No Roses) finds Tony investigating the disappearances of three very different people, who turn out to have common links.

Apr 02 2012 | Read Full Review of September Song (Tony Gerard)

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