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Which colour death would you fear the most? 

Nine detective stories where colour plays a role in the mystery. Some of the stories include: 

Blue Bloods: A high school awards ceremony turns to tragedy when the audience turns blue as they die. 

The 11th Killer: A serial killer’s hair colour could be the key to their capture. 

Storyteller: An arsonist traps people in burning buildings, just to write a story about the rescuers. 

Black Death: After a body is dumped in public, working out how the victim died is harder than decoding the intended message. 

Fear the Red Man: An incident with the Red Man haunts Detective Thomas, but may also be the key to solving a new case.  

Praise for Robert New’s Books: “A super sleuth” (Peter Lingard, Author) “Thrilling mystery” (SC Karakaltsas, Author) “Grippingly readable” (Sara Stuart, Author) “Interesting and authentic twists” (Robert Sayegh, Author)

About The Author

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When he was in high school, a dare escalated a little too quickly and Robert made the state final in an interpretive dance competition. Thankfully, his teacher was okay with him chickening out of the main event, thus preserving his affection for education. 

Whilst not a direct consequence, Robert has since spent too much of his life studying and has just embarked upon his seventh university degree, a PhD in Education. Robert has degrees in psychology, sociology, biology and education, all of which inspire his writing. 

Robert studied karate for seventeen years and ran his own dojo in Perth, before taking a seven-year break, switching schools and becoming a student again. Robert is kosmemophobic, meaning he has a fear of jewellery. He has no idea why, it just freaks him out.

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