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True Crime Story

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True Crime Story by Joseph Knox front cover

Joseph Knox presents a perfectly-pitched melange of fact and fiction in his first standalone novel. The story of the disappearance of Manchester university student Zoe Nolan is told in a series of interviews and emails conducted and exchanged seven years later. The plot is set in motion when she makes a late decision to join her identical twin, Kim, at university and they are assigned the same suite of rooms as accommodation. Three months later, Zoe is missing never to return. True Crime Story not only offers a genuinely unique crime fiction experience, but pushes the genre to its limits.

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