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A Long Time Dead

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How much trust can you put in forensic evidence?

They discovered her naked body with a puncture wound to her neck and blood everywhere. And brutal though her death was, this was the second such case West Yorkshire Police had running. Both unsolved. Until they found that one elusive piece of evidence.

Scenes of Crime Officer Roger Conniston has worries aplenty as he tries to catch a fellow officer dealing arms. The last thing he needs right now is arresting for a girl’s murder.

Of course he didn’t do it, but even he has to admit the evidence against him is compelling. All he has to do is prove his innocence and find the true murderer. Not so easy when no one believes him, and when the officer holding him in the cell is the one he’s been spying on.

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Andrew Barrett

I write crime thrillers, and have done since 1996, about the same time I became a CSI here in Yorkshire. All of my books are set in or around our biggest city of Leeds.

I don't write forumlaic crime fiction; each on is hand-crafted and home-grouwn to give you a unique flavour of what CSIs encounter in real life. Every book is rich with forensic insight but that insight never drowns the story; it's there to enhance your enjoyment only.

My thrillers live inside the police domain; they have detectives and uniformed officers, but they predominantly feature CSIs (od SOCOs as we used to be known). Come and live with us as we go about our sometimes unenviable tasks, and listen to the language we speak, see the things we see, and experience the emotions we feel.

So pull on your nitrile gloves and you face mask, get comfy and read on.

Find out more about me at www.andrew-barrett.co.uk where you can sign up for my newsletter and get free books too.

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