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Cold Monsters_No Secrets To Conceal

Firebrand reporter Tom Capgras discovers a secret Government surveillance project - the ‘Apostle’ algorithm. In time of crisis, it decides who lives and who dies. He holds in his hands the scoop of a lifetime but the state will kill anyone to prevent a leak – and Capgras is in their sights.
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Cold Monsters: (No Secrets To Conceal) (The Capgras Conspiracy Book 2)

Firebrand reporter Tom Capgras discovers a secret Government surveillance project - the ‘Apostle’ algorithm. In time of crisis, it decides who lives and who dies. He holds in his hands the scoop of a lifetime but the state will kill anyone to prevent a leak – and Capgras is in their sights.
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In The Wreckage: A Tale of Two Brothers

In a future ravaged by climate change, two brothers stow away on a tall ship headed for the melting arctic, searching for revenge, redemption, runaway parents – and priceless buried treasure.
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Blood Read_Publish And Be Dead

A Serial Killer Stalks the London Book World When investigative journalist Tom Capgras finds his literary agent hanging from an oak beam in her West End office, an immaculately tied noose around her neck, his dreams of a non-fiction book deal appear dead in the water. Bad day for him, worse for her. Joanne Leatherby’s death looks like suicide but Capgras suspects murder. Nonsense, say police, who dismiss him as a conspiracy crackpot. At Joanne’s funeral Tom meets the alluring, mysterious Kiera Roche, a fellow writer who shares his suspicions. Together they uncover links to a string of untimely deaths - editors, publishers, reviewers, even book bloggers, killed for an unkind word. Blood on the Covers, Death in the Margins All the evidence points to one man - a mid-list author of detective tales with a career on the skids. Cast adrift by agents and publishers alike, his dreams thwarted, Arthur Middleton has gone over to the dark side and embraced self-publishing. What Kiera says may well be true – that “ambition makes monsters of us all” – but how mad would a man have to be to kill for publicity, for book sales? Mad enough to admit everything on the pages of his latest blockbuster? As the body count mounts, and the police refuse to take him seriously, Capgras must act alone, defy his critics and get to the truth fast – before the killer gets to him. A crime thriller with a twist of satire - in the vein of Le Carré and Leonard, with a nod to Vonnegut, Jasper Fforde and Tom Robbins. The first book in the genre crossover series The Capgras Conspiracy.
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Blood Read: Publish And Be Dead (The Capgras Conspiracy Book 1)

A Serial Killer Stalks the London Book World When investigative journalist Tom Capgras finds his literary agent hanging from an oak beam in her West End office, an immaculately tied noose around her neck, his dreams of a non-fiction book deal appear dead in the water. Bad day for him, worse for her. Joanne Leatherby’s death looks like suicide but Capgras suspects murder. Nonsense, say police, who dismiss him as a conspiracy crackpot. At Joanne’s funeral Tom meets the alluring, mysterious Kiera Roche, a fellow writer who shares his suspicions. Together they uncover links to a string of untimely deaths - editors, publishers, reviewers, even book bloggers, killed for an unkind word. Blood on the Covers, Death in the Margins All the evidence points to one man - a mid-list author of detective tales with a career on the skids. Cast adrift by agents and publishers alike, his dreams thwarted, Arthur Middleton has gone over to the dark side and embraced self-publishing. What Kiera says may well be true – that “ambition makes monsters of us all” – but how mad would a man have to be to kill for publicity, for book sales? Mad enough to admit everything on the pages of his latest blockbuster? As the body count mounts, and the police refuse to take him seriously, Capgras must act alone, defy his critics and get to the truth fast – before the killer gets to him. A crime thriller with a twist of satire - in the vein of Le Carré and Leonard, with a nod to Vonnegut, Jasper Fforde and Tom Robbins. The first book in the genre crossover series The Capgras Conspiracy.
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