The Cold Light of Death

The Cold Light of Death

by Scott Hunter
The Cold Light of Death

The Cold Light of Death

by Scott Hunter



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July, 1976 – Thames Valley, UK. Long, scorching days of blue skies, water shortages, and record temperatures. A newly promoted Detective-Sergeant is tasked with investigating the murder of a local shop owner – an investigation that goes tragically wrong...

Fast-forward forty-five years to 2021, when a chance discovery exposes a grim secret that forces a reexamination of the circumstances surrounding the ill-fated murder inquiry.

DCI Brendan Moran is assigned this coldest of cases, and it soon becomes apparent that he is dealing with a cold and calculating criminal mind. Can Moran and his team piece together the events of that long forgotten summer and unmask the killer before history repeats itself?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162253488
Publisher: Scott Hunter
Publication date: 06/06/2021
Series: DCI Brendan Moran , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 121,042
File size: 654 KB

About the Author

Scott Hunter was born in Romford, Essex in 1956. His writing career was kick-started after he won first prize in the Sunday Express Short Story Competition. He divides his time between writing and drumming. He has recorded with internationally renowned rock band 'Jethro Tull' and appeared in concert with 70's popsters 'Mungo Jerry'. He has recently completed his twelfth novel, 'The Cold Light of Death', the eighth novel in the popular DCI Brendan Moran crime series. He was longlisted for the Times/Chicken House Children's Novel Competition for 'The Ley Lines of Lushbury' and won the Sunday Express Short Story Competition a few years back for his historical entry set in the English Civil War. He was also shortlisted for the CWA-sponsored Margery Allingham Short Story Competition in 2015.

He lives in Berkshire with his wife and two youngest children.
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