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Police Procedural Fiction, Detective Fiction, BC Crime Fiction, Serial Killer Fiction, RCMP Detective Fiction, Crime Fiction, Vancouver Crime Fiction

A Fine Line
A Reason to Kill by Thomas W. Crowter




As a young boy, he suffered unspeakable physical and mental abuse at the hands of unfit parents. This forged him into a brutal serial killer. As a man, he possesses great physical strength. He evades police at every turn and considers himself invincible. His nemesis is a highly motivated and skilled RCMP detective. He heads a team of investigators who work tirelessly to learn the killers identity. Arresting him will be quite another challenge. The trail turns cold after the killer leaves a shocking gift for the detective. The police receive an unusual break which ignites the hunt. The killer takes the police on a wild ride of bloodshed, mayhem, and narrow escapes. The toll upon the killer and the detective builds to a breaking point. Frustration leads to confrontation. There is only one winner, but the cost is great.


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Thomas Crowter grew up in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. He joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1969. There were many serious investigations he undertook that included murders, child abuse, sexual assaults, suicides, and a large number of other criminal investigations. All of those serious events were gruesome. There were many humorous moments over his career. Police notebooks were an invaluable tool when he wrote a biography of his career. The biography inspired him to write A Fine Line, based on his experience. He is an accomplished woodcarver and enjoys artistic painting. He retired from the R.C.M.P. in 1995. Tom has aspirations to further his writing experience with another book.


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