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By: Wayne Michael Dunwell

Social Murder

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“Ronni’s mind fell completely silent. She stopped being aware of the room around her, there was only the hateful figure of a bully and an abuser ahead of her, all else was a blur.”

You’re in a strange city. Your friend is missing. Could you find the courage to do what is necessary? Would you even know where to start?

These are the questions faced by law graduate Ronni Wong when her friend Jenny disappears after a date with a man she met online. Finding evidence suggesting that Jenny’s internet lover hides the darkest of secrets, Ronni is forced to embark on a journey through social media to discover the identity of a kidnapper, and then a dangerous race against time through the streets of Metro Manila to save her friend’s life. The clock is ticking, can Ronni make it in time?

Join Ronni as her investigation into one disappearance leads her into mortal danger. Social Murder will keep you on the edge of your seat, and at the same time challenge you to think about how you use social media. Are you safe online?

Wayne Michael Dunwell was born in Lincolnshire, north-east England, in the same year that British Leyland launched the Austin Allegro, the British government introduced the equally popular Value Added Tax, Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the Sydney Opera House and Typhoon Nora paid unwelcome visits to the Philippines and China. At least the Aussies had a good year, eh?

He has worked in a variety of logistics and IT-related posts in Windy England, taught contact centre agents how to provide technical support in Rainy Belgium, managed online customer support and community management for a well-known electronics brand in Frozen Finland, and taught Chinese students English in the scorching-hot Philippines.

As well as a penchant for variances in climate, he also spends far too much time watching and reading detective and sci-fi stories, which is probably why he got as far as his mid-forties before actually putting any of his ideas down in writing. Social Murder is his first work to be published.

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