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New Crime Novel: 'Framed' by Creagh Manning

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New Crime Novel: 'Framed' by Creagh Manning

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FRAMED 
A Clay Weston crime novel 
by Creagh Manning

Artist Clay Weston has it all: money, a successful art career, the support of a respected art dealer, and the perfect studio in the heart of Melbourne. But Clay's world is suddenly threatened when his life model, Pamela Moray, is found dead in the lane beside his studio.
Suspecting that he has been framed for her murder, Clay is determined to find the real killer and clear his name. As he delves into Pamela's life, he soon discovers a web of art-world intrigues involving forgery and international money laundering, which shatter his naive understanding of his chosen profession.
With the help of some reluctant friends, Clay uncovers a plot that not only threatens to frame him for Pamela's murder but also puts his own life in danger.
Set in Melbourne's vibrant mid-eighties art scene, "Framed" is a novel that will astonish and intrigue. Will Clay be able to prove his innocence and find the true killer? Or will he become the victim of a philistine police attitude and a ruthless art world?

Paperbacks of ‘Famed’ can be purchased from most bookstores via IngramSpark ISBN 9780645797503
The eBook of 'Framed' is also available worldwide from most eBook stores.    ISBN 9780645797510
Publisher www.wattlearts.com
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Re: New Crime Novel: 'Framed' by Creagh Manning

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I'm excited to purchase this novel. The intriguing plot set against the vibrant mid-eighties Melbourne art scene sounds like a thrilling read. I can't wait to see how Clay Weston unravels the mystery and proves his innocence. Retro Bowl
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