Competition: Ever wanted to be the victim in a murder story?

Committing the perfect murder is the ultimate crime. But in today’s electronic age, with rapid and ingenious advances in science and digital forensics, is the perfect murder remotely possible?

The main character in Harry Fisher’s forthcoming crime thriller Yes, I Killed Her is convinced it is. He’s cunning, calculating, and chilling. He makes a plan. He carries it out. And he kills his wife, on page one.

For a chance to have the dead woman named after you, or to nominate someone, including a signed copy, Harry and Hobeck ask that you visit Harry’s website, subscribe, and email him the name you wish to enter.

Competition Rules

To enter, Go to:

If you’re not already a subscriber, please subscribe to the website.

Use the Contact page to email Harry your suggested name. First name and last name required. (see below for reserved names)

Competition closes on 13 March 2022

The winning name will be published on 15 March 2022.

Reserved Names:

These names are reserved for existing Harry Fisher characters so unfortunately they’re ineligible – either singly or combined.

Reserved first names: Carla, Cath, Deirdre, Elspeth, Emily, Lily, Lisa, Mandy, Mel, Roberta, Sophie, Steph.

Reserved last names: Contini, Cooper, Devlin, Fraser, Gardiner, Hunter, Johnston, Keown, McCafferty, McKinlay, Thornton, Walker, Young.

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