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by CreateSpacePublishing, 13 July 2017. ISBN10-154278808-0
DCI Matt Proctor wants to move his career on and is
surprised but pleased to be offered a post in the National Crime Agency, based
in Croydon.He is uncertain about
leaving Birmingham and, particularly, his colleague Azzra Mukherjee but the
opportunity is too good to refuse.However,
the new post quickly gives him the chance to return to Brum to investigate more
closely the activities of a local crime baron, Red Den O’Halloran.But, as the investigation progresses, he is
given cause to wonder exactly what his role is.Matters become more complicated for him when his daughter, Sarah, embarks
on an investigation of her own trying to find out what is going at the Church
of the Sisters of the Holy Sepulchre - she is concerned about the women who are
living there.Then a child is kidnapped.
As Matt struggles to balance
professional and personal concerns, the story moves rapidly to an explosive and
gripping finale.This is the third in
the series but works well as a stand-alone, and is a book that will please the
author’s existing readers and should attract new ones.
Other books by the author:DCI Matt Proctor series:Too Smart to Die, In it for the Money.Stand
Alone: Sarcophagus, The Zeppelin of Kinver Edge, Blood Red Rabbit.
Brysonwas born and grew up in Northern
Ireland, in the historic city of Derry. He now lives in the West Midlands of
England in the attractive village of Kinver and write novels. Although he says
developing an e-book/pod publishing venture (TJB BOOKS) is a big challenge and
eats into his writing time. Tom’s short stories have been published in
anthologies with some radio broadcasts and one-act plays professionally
directed and performed in West Midlands theatre/arts venues.
fiction has been my favourite reading material since as a teenager I first
spotted Agatha Christie on the library bookshelves.For twenty-five years the commute to and from
London provided plenty of reading time.I am fortunate to live in Cambridge, where my local crime fiction book
club, Crimecrackers, meets at Heffers Bookshop.I enjoy attending crime fiction events and currently organise events for
the Margery Allingham Society.