Simon Says by David Wineman

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Louise Eveleigh, a legal secretary is brutally murdered and her body discovered in the garden of her employer, a leading criminal barrister.
For detective Chief Inspector Jonny Jackson and his team, this is apparently a motiveless crime. The absence of tangible clues and credible suspects causes considerable stress to Jackson, who fears for his future.
Simon is the cause and the motivator behind the crime. simon does not commit the murder, merely manipulates another to do so. Simon cares nothing for those who are hurt in the process. For Simon this is just a game.
A second murder throws the investigation into chaos and the game escalates.
Jonny and his team struggle to make sense of the conflicting evidence which seemingly leads to a dead end, until.......
Pacy, brutal and dealing with adult themes , the book explores the interpersonal relations between the characters and graphically describes both the killings, psychology and medical aspects of a murder investigation.

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Published February 26, 2013 by Writer's Edge Publishing. 278 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Crime. Fiction

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