Today blog Wonderworld is most privileged to present you a very special spotlight about the bestselling action packed, thriller-crime novel titled DEAD MAN'S HAND by bestselling author Luke Murphy.
The fast paced "whodunit" novel Dead Man’s Hand with 112 reviews at the Amazon stores has tension and excitement as a result of the action taking place in a single week.
A great offer from the author!!
For the entire month of November 2013, the kindle version of this novel DEAD MAN'S HAND will be available to all the readers at Amazon for only $0.99. That's an awesome offer! Grab the book if you can!
Let's know more about Dead Man's Hand and author Luke Murphy in today's special edition.
Murphy`s debut novel, Dead Man`s Hand, was released by Imajin Books on October 20, 2012.
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From NFL rising-star prospect to wanted fugitive, Calvin Watters is a sadistic African-American Las Vegas debt-collector framed by a murderer who, like the Vegas Police, finds him to be the perfect fall-guy.
…and the cards don't fall your way?
When the brutal slaying of a prominent casino owner is followed by the murder of a well-known bookie, Detective Dale Dayton is thrown into the middle of a highly political case and leads the largest homicide investigation in Vegas in the last twelve years.
What if you're dealt a Dead Man's Hand?
Against his superiors and better judgment, Dayton is willing to give Calvin one last chance. To redeem himself, Calvin must prove his innocence by finding the real killer, while avoiding the LVMPD, as well as protect the woman he loves from a professional assassin hired to silence them.
- The “find out who framed you to save yourself” plot has a twist in that Watters researches the crime online, primarily using analysis of character rather than physical evidence.
- Point of view is easy to follow but engagingly complex, with scenes from the perspectives of Watters, the detective, the cheating wife, and a hired assassin.