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Title Rich Kill Poor Kill  
ISBN 9789814751971
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
Neil Humphreys
Specifications 130 x 198 mm / 308 pp / Paperback
Publication Date Aug-2016
Target Audience General
Price (SGD) SGD 18.60 BUY NOW
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About the Book

After the bestselling Marina Bay Sins, Inspector Low is back.

When a foreign worker is found dead in a Singapore back street, few people care. But then another victim turns up, and then another, all killed with the same weapon. With its reputation as a safe, global city in ruins, Singapore struggles to come to grips with its first serial killer in decades. And when a famous woman disappears, terror takes hold.

In desperation, the authorities turn to Detective Inspector Stanley Low. Belligerent and unrepentant, Low is angry and refusing to address his bipolar condition, making him the least qualified detective to head a murder investigation with the world watching.

He is also the only man capable of understanding what drives the serial killer: Low's mental health deteriorates as he mimics the mind of a madman in search of the sickening truth. He must solve the case quickly to stop a serial killer and save his sanity.

About the Author

Neil Humphreys grew up in Dagenham, England, before travelling to Singapore when he was 21 for a short holiday. He stayed a bit longer and became one of the country's bestselling authors. His works on Singapore—Notes from an Even Smaller Island (2001), Scribbles from the Same Island (2003), and Final Notes from a Great Island (2006), the omnibus Complete Notes from Singapore (2007), Return to a Sexy Island (2012) and Saving a Sexier Island (2015)—are among the most popular titles in the past decade. His book Be My Baby (2008) chronicled his journey to parenthood and was his first international bestseller. His two novels—Match Fixer (2010) and Premier Leech (2011)—were released to critical acclaim. He believes Marina Bay Sins is Match Fixer's evil twin. When he is not researching a fresh murder case, he writes further adventures for his popular children's book series Abbie Rose and the Magic Suitcase. He still lives in Singapore and explains himself in further, excruciating detail here:
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