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The Comic-Con Killer - Gareth Wiles
The Comic-Con Killer
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Joe Durvance was the biggest TV star of the 1980s, but now he’s a nobody. When he can’t even get a role in panto, he decides to accept an offer to appear at a low-key sci-fi convention. What he doesn’t reckon on is being murdered onstage during his Q&A session by a masked latex-clad cosplayer,... show more
Joe Durvance was the biggest TV star of the 1980s, but now he’s a nobody. When he can’t even get a role in panto, he decides to accept an offer to appear at a low-key sci-fi convention. What he doesn’t reckon on is being murdered onstage during his Q&A session by a masked latex-clad cosplayer, with no end of suspects including crazy fans, rival convention organisers and even his own son.

Joe’s wife Janette is half his age and wasn’t even born when his show The Constellation Cowboys was on TV. With her husband dead, she doesn’t waste any time in shacking up with her stepson Antoine. As their passion intensifies, and dark secrets from the past begin to creep out of the woodwork, who will be left alive as the killer rampages through all the suspects?

Now it’s up to Inspector Nicola Williams to stop the maniac, but she has her own demons to fight. The love of her life is dead, her superintendent has quit and things are getting steamy with a male officer half her age. Luckily she has the help of Joe Durvance’s super-fan Justin Bates, an eccentric sci-fi obsessive who feels right at home in the murky world of comic-cons and Z-list celebrities...
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Format: Kindle Edition
ASIN: B0147OTEQK
Pages no: 110
Edition language: English
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4.0 The Comic-Con Killer
A madcap murder mysteryFunnily enough, I bought my copy of this book from the author himself while at a comic-con.This quick read is a story of murder set within the seamy underside of the collector convention scene, where shagging, gore, betrayal and often disgusting dark humour abound. Comedy can ...
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