Casimir Greenfield's Slow Poison published at Authonomy
Slow Poison, the first novel by UK writer Casimir Greenfield has been released for review on the Harper Collins site Authonomy.
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Slow Poison is already picking up some good reviews and with the book available on Kindle, Greenfield looks set to achieve a slow burning success with this dark and richly detailed story of murder, revenge and retribution.
SLOW POISON’ is a multi-layered study of intimidation, dark secrets and misguided vengeance, culminating in a bloody siege high in the snowbound Cotswold Hills.
This book contains very strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.
Slow Poison opens in Amsterdam just before the feast of Saint Nicholas in December in the mid-1980’s.
The brutal slaying of a British tourist and the subsequent arrest and imprisonment of a young football supporter sparks off an orgy of violence. But the killing is no random act. The boy is innocent. The real killer returns to England to begin the final chapter of an obsessive campaign of revenge spanning several decades.
The twisted acts of violence and vengeance are punctuated by the pages of a stolen diary written in the dark days of the second world war. The killer identifies with the unspeakable horrors of the death camp as he coldly wreaks revenge for a series of traumatic events that took place in the mid-1950s on a Gloucestershire council estate.
© 2012 Casimir Greenfield
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