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Missing

Barry Crowther

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Revised Second Edition:Debt collector Matt Spears isnt having a good day. Hes being framed by the cops over an alleged assault and has inexplicably found himself indebted to the blind, but ruthless gangster, Vincent Barbour. When Barbour’sMoreRevised Second Edition:Debt collector Matt Spears isnt having a good day. Hes being framed by the cops over an alleged assault and has inexplicably found himself indebted to the blind, but ruthless gangster, Vincent Barbour. When Barbour’s supposedly dead niece, Emma, surfaces in a graphic sexual video on a porn site, he asks Matt to find her in exchange for wiping the slate clean. Within a matter of hours, Matt is plunged into a world of sex, blackmail and murder. Trying to unravel the mysteries of a troubled young girls disappearance, he discovers the dark side of the porn industry, complicated family secrets, government  corruption, sadistic gangsters, and narcissistic celebrities who all come together to find a girl who is simply ... missing.The sequel to Missing is As the Sun turns Black also available at Amazon and other good book sellers.BIOBarry Crowther has made his home in San Clemente Southern California. Originally from Manchester England. He has had short stories published, this is his first novel on the eBook platform.He continues to work and write on the follow up novel in the San Clemente sun with his three daughters, wife and chocolate lab Coney.REVIEWMissing is an amazing roller coaster ride! It kept me on my toes from the first page to the last! The more I read, the more entrenched I got in the intrigue of this tense murder mystery thriller. Rich in mystery, steeped in suspense, and laced with provocative sex, Missing is one read you dont want to miss!Deb Blythe, Writer, GracieMag/Choke MMAAUTHORS NOTEAlthough I live in Southern California this novel is set in the North West of England, where Im from - Manchester. I think its fair to warn potential readers that although a lot of British phraseology is used, this is a gritty crime drama and is closer to the work of Quentin Tarantino than Agatha Christie. I dont want people to buy this and be left feeling disappointed because there wasnt enough foggy moors, country pubs or old jags ... youve been warned.