The Photographer (Book #1 D.I. Marsh series)

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D.I. Angela Marsh is a hard hitting, no nonsense detective that is targeted by a serial psychopathic killer. The murderer displays the victims as pieces of art and offers to stop the killings if the detective agrees to trade places with the next target. D.I. Marsh has also to face her demons from her past as it comes to light that the killer is someone she knows. But who? More

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About Samantha Franklin

Books have always been a large part of my life from an early age. All my family were and still are passionate readers, therefore to progress onto becoming an author seemed natural.
Most writers need to search for material or experiences to base their work on, this is were I differ from most writers; to say I have led a colourful, eventful life is possibly an understatement.
Through a number of reasons I have experienced a variety of things such as, being an athletic champion, escaping an abusive marriage, working with young offenders, being a top field designer, a part time actress and model, and also being the victim of a murder attempt.
Many people have suggested that I should one day write my life story, to which I answer "no one will ever believe it is a true story" therefore instead I use my experiences as a base for my novels. It is up to the reader to determine just which part I actually lived.

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Review by: David Martin on April 1, 2013 :
I read this book, "the Photographer" on Smashwords recently, my very first acquaintance with Smashwords. Enjoyed it and like the format. It's easy to read and since both my wife and I are interested in photography, it was a good first book. Interesting how the author wove that into the story. I'd recommend it to others.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: P. LeZure on March 25, 2013 :
I have now read both this book and the follow up called 'Devil takes a bow', both great reading and well thought out, an interesting storyline that holds attention and prevents you from putting the book down, making you intrigued as to what is just around the corner.
I am now eagerly awaiting the next in the series and recommend the whole series.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: Susan Larsen on Feb. 25, 2013 :
Great read. Interesting story line, attractive characters and fast-paced. Needs a better editor though. Typos, and missing words and punctuation interrupt the flow.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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