Murder On Tiptoes

Murder On Tiptoes

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by Tony Nash
     
 

A clever psychopathic serial killer, who leaves no clue or deliberately misleading clues, has successfully caused two innocent police officers to be imprisoned for the murders of a dozen prostitutes in other parts of the country. Now he is killing in Norfolk, Detective Chief Inspector Tony Dyce's home territory. What Dyce does not know is that he is the perp's next

Overview

A clever psychopathic serial killer, who leaves no clue or deliberately misleading clues, has successfully caused two innocent police officers to be imprisoned for the murders of a dozen prostitutes in other parts of the country. Now he is killing in Norfolk, Detective Chief Inspector Tony Dyce's home territory. What Dyce does not know is that he is the perp's next intended fall-guy. Intriguing murders, with detailed, intimate forensic science, combined with sex, humour, mystery and schmalz, lead to an explosive, edge-of-the-seat final court case, where the outcome hangs on a thread. As an added bonus, both genders will learn things about their precious little parts they never knew before.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045338172
Publisher:
Tony Nash
Publication date:
09/27/2013
Series:
DCI Tony Dyce murder mysteries
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
369 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Anthony Nash lives in Norfolk. He began his career as an air navigator in the RAF, later working for many years as an electronic spy, analyst and reporting officer for GCHQ, during which time he learned many languages, gained a good Honours Degree in Modern Languages and various Civil Service Interpreterships and Linguist qualifications. After leaving the RAF, he became Head of Modern Languages in a large secondary school. Since leaving the teaching profession, he has followed many and various occupations.

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Murder On Tiptoes 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an ok read, the british wording and spelling was hard to follow at times. The mystery itself was a bit drug out with no real thrill, but still better than some i have read.