Altered Life

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LULU Press, Mar 1, 2006 - Fiction - 308 pages
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 Making a killing in business is one thing - doing it for real is another. 

Private Investigator Sam Dyke turns down a job that would require skills that he doesn't have - patience, computer-literacy, tact. Then he finds that the skills he does have - tenacity, aggression, street-smarts - are exactly the ones he needs for his next case - hunting down a cold-blooded murderer who seems to know what his every step will be. 

To solve the case Sam must negotiate with his ex-wife, cement a relationship with a new love, unravel an office-based financial fraud and fight off an arrogant murderer armed only with a pen-knife. Altered Life is fast-paced, bitterly comic and introduces a tough new English private eye who knows what he wants and, usually, how to get it. 

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About the author (2006)

 A few years ago Keith Dixon realised that what he wanted to do was give up work and write fiction full time. 

So since then he's written five novels featuring private eye Sam Dyke and published a non-crime book, Actress. He's also given up work.

The fifth Sam Dyke Investigation, The Strange Girl, was published in September, 2014.

He's currently sharing his time between the UK and France.