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What Remain Of Me by A L Gaylin

On November 16, 2016

By Sophia Whitfield

Alison Gaylin's first job was as a reporter for a celebrity tabloid, which sparked a lifelong interest in writing about people committing despicable acts. He latest novel is a gripping thriller featuring a double murder.

In June, 1980 seventeen-year-old Kelly Lund kills Oscar-nominated director John McFadden at a party in his home. She is convicted of the murder and her youth passes her by in prison.

Thirty years later and five years after her release from prison her father-in-law, movie legend Sterling Marshall, is found dead in his home in the Hollywood Hills. Like his old friend John McFadden he has been shot.

Kelly is again suspected of the murder. This time, she has the benefit of allies who believe she is innocent.

As Gaylin describes both murders links between the two begin to emerge revealing the truth behind the double murders.

A compelling read you will not be able to put down. You can buy the book here in Australia and here in the UK.

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