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Order THE RED DIE

You can now order the paperback for THE RED DIE, my debut novel.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Red-Die-Alex-MacBeth/dp/1984299778/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1517079330&sr=8-1


Synopsis

The body of a man with a red die in his pocket is washed ashore near a quiet village on the coast of the Indian Ocean in southern Africa. But what looked initially like a corpse that came in with the tide soon turns out to be a murder case that will lead Comandante Felisberto and his team to the edge of danger and despair as they uncover a trail leading up to the highest echelons of power in their country.

Can Felisberto and his 'motley crew of rural investigators' solve the case - and survive?



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