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Insincerity by Richard Godwin
Genre: – Crime fiction / mystery
Tour Dates: 5th - 11th June 2018
Publication Date: 5th June 2018
Formats available: Mobi or PDF
Estimated Page Count - 327
Warning - Sexually explicit content.
Types of post available: Reviews, Promo Posts, Extremely limited Guest Posts and Q&As.
Ex-military PI, Tammy Wayne, tracks serial killers for a living. With the help of her colleague Arlene she locates a killer known as The Pimp, who killed her sister Holly.
The Pimp has Tammy under surveillance, coming and going to her house as he wants, sending her Holly’s body parts.
The Beekeeper, a killer that abducts women and coats them in latex before killing them, enters the story.
Both killers collect body parts.
Karen Sincere is married to dangerous and disturbed Micky Sincere. His obsession with bees convinces her Mickey is leading a double life as a killer. She hires Tammy, who begins tailing Micky and discovers he is gay and is involved with a gangster named Gary Krane.
Karen meets the handsome Julius Gold in the exclusive Attic bar in Canary Wharf and starts an affair with him. The model Kitten Rogers, aka Ashley Greene - also having an affair with Julius - hires a detective. Ashley is convinced Julius is hiding something.
The Pimp closes in, abducting Tammy, Arlene and Ashley. Only Julius can save them - the man hiding his involvement with a gangster.
A novel replete with characters leading double lives, Insincerity's secrets are not yielded until the final pages.
About Richard Godwin
Richard Godwin is the critically acclaimed author of novels Apostle Rising, Mr.Glamour, One Lost Summer, Noir City, Meaningful Conversations and Confessions Of A Hit Man. He 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. His stories have been published in many magazines and anthologies. He has 29 distinct works in print.
His Chin Wags At The Slaughterhouse are highly popular and unusual interviews he conducts with other authors and may be found at his blog.
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