Ten Strands - A Baxter Morgan Mystery by John Kemp

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A young man and his virtual assistant must solve the murder he has been accused of, and piece together the clues, all the while a predatory detective, D.I. Baxter Morgan is on his tail...
James Lithgow has been accused of murder, his DNA found all over a crime scene in a previously crime-ridden London.
London's inhabitants have had to choose between an over-zealous police state or exist in the safety of their own home. Outside, deserted high streets, empty stores and bankrupt retailers remain.
The puzzle: with no criminal record, Lithgow's DNA has been netted by the Government's expanded DNA database. His guilt is readily assumed. With seemingly impossible odds he must contest the government's silver bullet match and prove his innocence.
Lithgow's only clues are a dog, a diary and his own DNA...

About John Kemp

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John R. Kemp, a New Orleans native, writes about New Orleans and Louisiana for a number of regional and national magazines, including Art antiques, ARTNews, American Artist, Louisiana Life, and Louisiana Cultural Vistas . He is deputy director of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities. Currently a resident of Covington, Louisiana, Mr. Kemp is also the author of several books, including Alan Flattmannis French Quarter Impressions, published by Pelican.
Published December 2, 2011 by YouWriteOn. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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