TV CRIME REPORTER SIMON HALL TURNS CRIME WRITER
Released on: February 29, 2008, 4:51 am
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Press Release Author: Simon Hall (author)
Press Release Summary: THE DEATH PICTURES IS PUBLISHED BY ACCENT PRESS
Press Release Body: Thought there was nothing new in crime writing? Think again!
An innovative and highly commended fresh approach sees a TV Crime Reporter turn
detective in an attempt to solve a bizarre murder and catch a serial rapist.
The Death Pictures is BBC Crime Correspondent Simon Hall\'s new book. It\'s creating
such interest that his next novel has just been bought up by a publisher - before
they\'ve even read it.
Simon is beginning a 30 date tour to accompany the book, including prestigious
invitations to the Daphne du Maurier festival and the British Crime Writers
Association Annual Conference.
In the book, a dying artist creates a series of paintings - The Death Pictures -
containing a mysterious riddle with a priceless reward. But before the answer can
be revealed the painter is murdered.
A rapist is plotting six attacks. He taunts the police, leaving a calling card
counting off each victim.
TV reporter Dan Groves covers the stories and is drawn in by the baffling questions.
Why kill the artist when he would soon die naturally? Could it be connected with
He crosses the line from journalist to investigator, forced to break the law to try
to solve the crimes and use the power of television to talk to the rapist to lure
him into a trap.
Simon is asking for YOU to contribute to his next book. His new website has a
pioneering interactive page - yourtvdetective - where readers can suggest
characters, plots and locations.
To purchase copies of this book, go to Accent Press:
For more information about Simon, visit his website - http://thetvdetective.com
To arrange coverage, or an interview with the author, call Accent Press on 01443 710
930 or contact the author at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site: http://www.accentpress.co.uk/the-death-pictures-22-p.asp
Contact Details: To arrange coverage, or an interview with the author, call Accent
Press on 01443 710 930 or contact the author at: email@example.com