A serial killer is loose in tranquil Richmond-on-Thames. A series of shocking and particularly gruesome murders leads Detective Inspector Sean Connor and his team into a labyrinthine investigation, in which all roads lead towards a thirty-year-old unsolved murder. The victims, all apparently unconnected to each other, are being dispatched by the use of a unique poison, previously associated with the notorious Borgia family. As the murders begin to multiply at an alarming rate, Connor finds clues hard to come by, and every lead takes him down yet another blind alley. The killer seems to be one step ahead of the police at every turn. Together with his assistant, Sergeant Lucy Clay, they must piece together the shreds of evidence that will lead them to the mysterious Chocolate Woman, and in turn to the brain behind the horrific murders that soon come to be known as The Purple Death. Another spellbinding mystery from Brian L. Porter, Purple Death will keep you guessing until the very end.
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Writing under three different names, Brian L Porter is an Amazon best selling author, with five best sellers to his name, so far, titles as follows: Lest We Forget, (As Brian L Porter), an evocative collection of remembrance poetry. Alistair the Alligator, (As Harry Porter), a pre-school children’s book, illustrated by Sharon Lewis. Charlie the Caterpillar, (As Harry Porter), also for pre-school readers, illustrated y Bonnie Pelton. Wolf, (As Harry Porter), a young adult/teens adventure story. Of Aztecs and Conquistadors, (As Juan Pablo Jalisco), a superb collection of romantic poetry with a Latin American theme. He was the winner of The Preditors & Editors readers poll for Best Author Award, 2009, and a number of his books have also received awards as follows: A Study in Red – The Secret Journal of Jack the Ripper, Preditors & Editors Best Thriller Novel Award, 2008. Requiem for the Ripper, Preditors & Editors Best Thriller Novel Award, 2010. Glastonbury, Preditors & Editors Best Mystery Novel Award, 2010. Tilly’s Tale, (As Harry Porter), Preditors & Editors Best Children’s Book Award, 2009. Also won the award for best artwork. All Brian’s novels plus his short story collection, After Armageddon have been signed for movie adaptation in a franchise deal with ThunderBall Films, including his most recent release, the highly successful A Mersey Killing. Brian has also become thoroughly integrated into the movie business since his first involvement with Thunderball Films LLC and is now also a Co-Producer on a number of developing movies, as well as being a screenwriter for many of the movies soon to be released by Thunderball. You can find information on the works of Harry Porter and Juan Pablo Jalisco on their individual book pages. He is a dedicated dog lover and rescuer and he and his wife share their home with a number of rescued dogs.