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2011 CGD Award Winner! Gripping, Thrilling, Compelling, Hilarious! 

Set in small town Middle England where nothing nasty should happen, this witty thriller will make you laugh, cry, and question one or two of lifes quirkier realities. Lying somewhere between Niall Johnsons and Richard Russos 'Keeping Mum' and CBS televisions 'Dexter' (a serial killer hero - should you love him or hate him?). 'Cross-dressed to kill' picks up the story of a likeable rogue, a gently camp hairdresser who, disappointed with life and disillusioned with his once glittering career, after he begins chatting neurotically to his contrary reflection in a salon mirror, starts disposing of his most irritating clients. The novel follows its 'hero' through the course of one turbulent year, charting half a dozen 'unfortunate' murders, a host of twists and turns, and ultimately a devastating revenge...

Cross Dressed to Kill (contemporary fiction)
Andrew Lucas (Author)
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Digital List Price: £9.99
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Reviews from Amazon:

You know the bit between Christmas and New Year? Dull dull dull. Between reading this book and watching Downton Abbey reruns, the time from clearing out the turkey to cracking open the champagne flew by. This book was in turns gory and entertaining. At times mounting farce and at others dread filled suspense. I couldn't put it down, wanting to know what happenned next with such gluttony that I had to tell myself to slow down as it got near the end so it didn't end too soon. When's the sequel?

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