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Hunting a Predator
 
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Author: J.E. Locke
Language: English
Published: 18th August, 2017
Publisher: Beaten Track Publishing
ISBN: Paperback ISBN: 978-1-910635-83-4
eBook ISBN: 978-1-910635-84-1
ASIN: B074PWFHJDn
Category: Fiction
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Information: Published: 18th August, 2017 Length: 60,000 words (240 pages) approx. A police procedural inspired by CSI. Meet Superintendent Brian Tyson, based at Scotland Yard. Aided by a group of forensic experts and the police of three different counties... [Detailed Info]
 
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About the Author:
J.E. Locke grew up in the great city of Liverpool, England, where he still lives. He began writing his debut novel - Hunting a Predator - back in 2009, completing the final draft in 2016, and describes his writing as 'an intuitive process'. Aside from being an author, J.E. Locke has worked in quality control on many weird and wonderful production lines, including - but not limited to - industrial-size boxes of washing powder and pint pots (beer glasses). His favourite pastimes are... Read More
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Published: 18th August, 2017
Length: 60,000 words (240 pages) approx.

A police procedural inspired by CSI.

Meet Superintendent Brian Tyson, based at Scotland Yard. Aided by a group of forensic experts and the police of three different counties, he is charged with catching a serial rapist.

Having already attacked once in South London, the target is travelling north, and Brian is in hot pursuit. With a second attack in the Midlands - this time on a young Afro-Caribbean teenager - the hunt intensifies, with Brian getting ever closer to his prey.

Can he catch the rapist before he strikes again?