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The Angel of Death-bookcover

By: R.E. Bowden

The Angel of Death

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By day, Alan is a friendly, charming, handsome insurance salesman, selling equity release plans to retired middle-class couples. By night, Alan becomes the ‘Angel of Death’, wreaking his twisted vengeance on such happy couples.

Alan seeks fame. He wants to be the most famous murderer in history – so he hammers a wooden stake into the hearts of his victims and draws a crude picture of an avenging angel on their chests. He sends a letter to the local paper stating his grand plan – to kill one victim per week. He wears full PPE clothing and leaves no trace. Without evidence, he reasons, he is safe.

The police call in a specialist criminal profiler on loan from the FBI. He assists the local police to discover a prime suspect. Meantime, Alan falls in love and has to reconsider his future. Lady Luck intervenes.

Robert Bowden is a senior lecturer in Visual Communications, Wolverhampton University, now retired. Robert taught students on a BA(Hons) course in Graphic Design, and spent the last ten years of his career, teaching computer-aided art and design.

Outside of his career, he was a keen boater, and musician, acting as musical director for some ten amateur musicals. He now lives in a retirement flat with his wife in Wirral, Merseyside, going back to his roots in Liverpool. He has written three novels so far, on various themes, including supernatural fantasy.

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