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Something dark is preying on the glitz of the glamour set. DCI Jackson Flare and Inspector Mandy Steele investigate a series of bizarre killings targeting the wealthy and glamorous. Cameras, designer labels, beautiful women and wealthy men fill the pages of this dark narrative that will keep you guessing until the unforeseeable end. All part of a gripping mystery vel about a glamorous world with an unkwn intruder. The killer in Mr. Glamour kws all about design, he kws what brands mean to his victims. He is branding their skins. He is invading and destroying at will. And he has the police stumped. Detective Chief Inspector Flare and Inspector Steele try to catch a killer who has climbed inside their heads. As they investigate they step into a hall of mirrors and find themselves up against a wall of secrecy. The investigation drives Flare and Steele - who are themselves harbouring secrets - to acts of darkness. And the killer is watching everyone.
Richard Godwin is the author of crime novel 'Apostle Rising', which has just sold foreign rights to Alexandra, the largest publisher in Hungary, and has received excellent reviews worldwide. Godwin is a crime and horror writer as well as a produced playwright. He was born in London and obtained a BA and MA in English and American Literature from King's College London. He has travelled the world extensively and lectured and worked in property. He is a widely published author with 18 distinct works to his name. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, among them 'The Mammoth Book Of Best British Crime' and 'The Big Book Of Bizarro'. He is an author who is adept in many styles, as well as a skilled interviewer, and he publishes his interviews with other authors as Chin Wags At The Slaughterhouse in the Blog section of his website at http://richardgodwin.net/. A full list of his works can also be found at his website.