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Paul Manson hadn’t meant to kill his father. He’d just lost controlNow, back out in the world after four years in Gartree prison, Manson has information which could prevent a very different kind of crime – a cold-blooded, contract killing.Tracking down the target, a young woman named Philomena Wise, he delays passing on his warning with fatal results: Philomena is found dead, strangled with her own scarf.Dismayed by his failure, Manson catches the first train to the scene of the crime. But what he finds only lands him in the middle of a tangled web of crossed wires, fake identities and mixed motives.When another murder takes place a few days later, Manson realises he needs to find out what’s going on, and not just for his own curiosity’s sake: a convicted killer and a stranger in town, he’s now the prime suspect for both killings.‘Farewell Gesture’ is a fast-paced crime thriller that will grip readers from the first page to the last.Praise for Roger Ormerod:”Fast moving… not unlike an early Dick Francis in tone and method.” -Times Literary Supplement”The British author is famous for never repeating himself in over twenty-five superb novels…At his best here…Ormerod’s swift, tense adventure, enhanced by ironic humor and a touching love affair, makes a can’t-fail attraction for mystery buffs.” – Publishers WeeklyRoger Ormerod lives in Wolverhampton, England, and he is the author of more than twenty novels of suspense. He entered the Civil Service in 1937, serving ten years in the county courts. He has also worked as a Social Security inspector, postman, and production control officer in a heavy industry factory. In recent years, he has devoted himself to his flourishing career as a novelist and to his photography and painting. He is the author of books including ‘Death of an Innocent’, ‘The Night She Died’ and ‘A Shot at Nothing’.Endeavour Press is the UK’s leading independent publisher of digital books.
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