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I Know What I Saw

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I Know What I Saw by Imran Mahmood

Once wealthy banker Xander Shute is living rough on the streets in I Know What I Saw by Imran Mahmood. He takes refuge in a flat, where he witnesses the murder of a woman at the hands of her lover. When he reports the vicious crime, the cops tell him he can’t have seen the killing, as it never happened.  What follows is  a gripping tale as Xander fights to find out the truth and recall and confront his traumatic past. But who will believe a homeless man on the fringes of society? Criminal barrister Imran Mahmood has penned a tense literary thriller with a double punch to finish that is both surprising, but believable.  

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