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Touching distance [text (large print)] / Graham Hurley.

By: Hurley, Graham [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Hurley, Graham. Jimmy Suttle: 2.Publisher: Leicester [England] : Thorpe, 2015Edition: First Charnwood edition.Description: 444 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781444824551 (hardback); 1444824554 (hardback).Subject(s): Suttle, Jimmy (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction | Serial murderers -- Fiction | Serial murders -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery fiction. | Large type books.Summary: After the collapse of his marriage, D/S Jimmy Suttle is plunged into a series of killings that will test him to the limit. Michael Corrigan has been shot through the head at the wheel of his car on a lonely moorland road. The only witness: his infant son, strapped into the rear child seat. Within days, two more killings, equally professional, and equally motiveless. Teasing some kind of investigative sense from this carnage is a very big ask, but pressure for an early arrest is growing by the day... Meanwhile, in the world of journalism, Suttle's estranged wife Lizzie finds herself within touching distance of the story that will make her name - but that story will lead her to the heart of Suttle's enquiry, and into mortal danger...
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Large Print HUR 1 In transit from Gonville Library to Davis (Central) Library since 30/10/2019

First published in 2013.

Complete and unabridged.

"A single shot, then death moves on..." --Cover.

After the collapse of his marriage, D/S Jimmy Suttle is plunged into a series of killings that will test him to the limit. Michael Corrigan has been shot through the head at the wheel of his car on a lonely moorland road. The only witness: his infant son, strapped into the rear child seat. Within days, two more killings, equally professional, and equally motiveless. Teasing some kind of investigative sense from this carnage is a very big ask, but pressure for an early arrest is growing by the day... Meanwhile, in the world of journalism, Suttle's estranged wife Lizzie finds herself within touching distance of the story that will make her name - but that story will lead her to the heart of Suttle's enquiry, and into mortal danger...

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