WIN Killer Move by Michael Marshall

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On the lookout for a thriller that will keep you gripped from page one? Michael Marshall is the author behind Killer Move, released this month as a paperback by Orion. To celebrate, the publisher is offering readers of Crime Fiction Lover the chance to win five copies. Hurry to enter because if you win, you’re in for a treat – particularly if terror, chaos and excitement are on your checklist, alongside hair-raising plot twists and believable characters.

Killer Move tells the story of Bill Moore, an ambitious estate agent who has it all planned out. He’s going to add to his wealth and perfect marriage by making even more money selling luxury condos in southern Florida. How’s he going to do that? By meeting the right people and climbing the money ladder every good materialistic yuppy – with a five year plan – should be climbing. Then, one day, a card appears on his desk with one word printed on it: MODIFIED. He casually throws it away…

But then things start going wrong for Mr Moore. People he knows go missing, false accusations start cropping up, and it seems that not just his computer but his life has been hacked into. Meanwhile, newly released from prison, John Hunter is on a mission for revenge. He’s been locked up for 16 years for a murder he didn’t commit. How are the lives of Moore and Hunter linked, and what could happen if their paths cross? Enter now and, if you win, you’ll find out…

How to enter
To enter our competition all you have to do is log onto Twitter and send a tweet to @CriFiLover. Your tweet must include the answer to this question: How long did John Hunter spend in jail? Your tweet must also include the hashtag #CFLxKillerMove. You’ll need to be following us on Twitter as well, so that we can send you a direct message should you win.

If you don’t use Twitter, you can also enter by sending an email to info[at] Give your email the header CFLxKillerMove and include the answer to our question above, as well as your name and address.

1) One entry per reader. 2) UK residents only (sorry!). 3) We will draw the two winners at random from the entries containing the correct answer. 4) No cash alternative. 5) The competition closes for entries at 10pm BST on Sunday 21 October 2012. 6) The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

If you can’t wait… you can order the book below on Amazon.

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