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Books by Alex Binney:
The Deathday Prophecies
Demons 2
The Ghost of Julian Kane
Grave Doubt
It Wasn't Me
The Legend of William Carsell
The Maelstrom Mystery
Murder At Midnight
Murder by Logic
Murder Through Magic
One Hundred Days Without Fire
School for Tomboys

Other authors published by 
Strict Publishing International:
Roger Beresford - adults only
Bill - adults only
Alex Binney
John Borrow
Sean Brandywine
Robert Bresloff
Lindsey Brooks
Grendel Butler
Freddie Clegg - adults only
Greg Cline - adults only
Alexandra Cole
Maxwell Crush - adults only
Joe DeMonte
Dr David Edwards
Dr Jane Foxx - adults only
Stella Fyre - adults only
Shiloh Garnett
Gloryboy - adults only
Miles Goodenuff
A D Graham
Eddie Heaton
Dr Harry H Hovis
Mason Jarre - adults only
Miriam Jewell - adults only
Ian Johnstone
Thomas Kennedy
Julieanne Lynch
AP Miller - adults only
David Pearson
Allan T Price
Candace Rice
Guy B Rogers
Ronal Rorcy
John Savage
Alfredo Schulte-Bockholt
Clare Seven - adults only
Al Slippers
Candace Smith
Tanya Snegirova - adults only
Mark Stephens
Susan Strict - adults only
C E Turner
Thomas Weaver - adults only
Mason Wheeler - adults only
Wheldrake - adults only
Fred Williams
Yabba - adults only

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The Ghost Of Julian Kane
Published August 2013

The Ghost of Julian Kane by Alex Binney

Do ghosts exist? And can they commit murder?

In telephone call to New Scotland Yard, a man calling himself Julian Kane claimed responsibility for the serial killings of a High Court Judge and a stockbroker and his wife, whose deaths the police were currently investigating.

The problem, among others, was that Julian Kane was executed for murder in 1800, some 170 years earlier, and the “ghost” on the telephone also claims responsibility for other murders for which another man is already on trial.

With the Murder Squad chasing their own shadows up blind alleys littered with false clues, the phantom killer appears to have the upper hand. Are all the killings connected? It seems unlikely, and the murder case of 1800 returns again and again to haunt the harassed detectives…

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