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Looking For A Reason (#4 – D.I. Paolo Storey Crime Series)

by: Frances di Plino

Looking for a Reason is the fourth in the gripping crime series featuring Detective Inspector Paolo Storey.

They won’t talk…

Someone is subjecting men to systematic rape and torture, but who? More to the point – why? After three days of cruelty, starvation and water deprivation, they are released. Detective Inspector Paolo Storey has many questions, but the biggest one of all is this: why, to a man, do they refuse even to admit they were held captive? As if the hunt for the elusive abductor wasn’t enough, Paolo has to spend time finding out if money has been pilfered from public funds poured into a new youth centre.

He upsets a few local bigwigs in the process, but ruffling feathers is the least of his worries. His most important task is to work out why the attacks take place. If he can do that, he’ll be a step closer to knowing who is behind them; but can he uncover the answers in time to save someone close to him? It isn’t easy Looking for a Reason.

The D.I. Paolo Storey Crime Series:

Bad Moon Rising
Someday Never Comes
Call It Pretending
Looking For A Reason

Meet the Author
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Frances di Plino is the pen name of Lorraine Mace, humour columnist for Writing Magazine. She is also a deputy editor of Words with JAM, writes fiction for the women’s magazine market, features and photo-features for monthly glossy magazines, and is a writing competition judge for Writers’ Forum. Winner of a Petra Kenney International Poetry Award, she has been placed in numerous creative writing and poetry competitions. Lorraine, a tutor for Writers Bureau, is the author of the Writers Bureau course, Marketing Your Book and the co-author, with Maureen Vincent-Northam, of The Writer’s ABC Checklist (Accent Press).
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Looking for a Reason is the fourth in the gripping crime series featuring Detective Inspector Paolo Storey.

They won’t talk…

Someone is subjecting men to systematic rape and torture, but who? More to the point – why? After three days of cruelty, starvation and water deprivation, they are released. Detective Inspector Paolo Storey has many questions, but the biggest one of all is this: why, to a man, do they refuse even to admit they were held captive? As if the hunt for the elusive abductor wasn’t enough, Paolo has to spend time finding out if money has been pilfered from public funds poured into a new youth centre.

He upsets a few local bigwigs in the process, but ruffling feathers is the least of his worries. His most important task is to work out why the attacks take place. If he can do that, he’ll be a step closer to knowing who is behind them; but can he uncover the answers in time to save someone close to him? It isn’t easy Looking for a Reason.

The D.I. Paolo Storey Crime Series:

Bad Moon Rising
Someday Never Comes
Call It Pretending
Looking For A Reason