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Murderabilia

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A tale that begins with a neat pile of clothes at the side of a busy Glasgow railway track doesn’t sound all that promising, does it? But in the talented hands of Craig Robertson that abandoned clobber marks the start of a darkly disturbing, gut wrenching ride. Murderabilia is the macabre hobby of collecting artefacts owned or used by murderers – and it is a shockingly real phenomenon… Google it! Prepare to abandon all hopes of sleep as you follow DI Rachel Narey and her journalist partner Tony Winter into the depths of the dark web in pursuit of a particularly nasty killer. Read the review here.


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