The Detective's Tale (5.2)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
It was just another call at 3:15am for DC Roger Dickson. Plagued by pills, memories and loss, we go back to the start of the puzzle- the murder of the angel and father Millar as DC Dickson tries to piece things together. We then get brought up to date- A visit to the Refuge Asylum to dig a little deeper into Refuge's mysteries... By Pete Sutton, art by Will Jacques. Proceeds to Refugee Action UK
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  • Category: Fiction » Horror » General
  • Words: 11,900
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781310698675
About Pete Sutton

Pete Sutton is a writer, book blogger, magazine editor and literature festival organiser. You can see more about Bristol Festival of Literature here:
and Far Horizons Magazine here:

He is a contributor to the Naked Guide to Bristol and several published stories in magazines and anthologies.

Pete’s books A Tiding of Magpies and Sick City Syndrome will be released by Kensington Gore in 2016 – for details see:

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Reviews of The Detective's Tale (5.2) by Pete Sutton

Lee Murray reviewed on May 21, 2016

What happens when you've seen too much death and too much indifference? When you can't sleep, an ulcer gnaws at your gut, and sciatica plagues your every step? A long spiral of descent, that's what. But Detective Roger Dickson is still clocking in to work, investigating the bizarre murders occurring in Refuge. He's still functioning, if you can call taking the line of least resistance functioning. Of course, something has to give, and the twist is delicious.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Brian Craddock reviewed on May 20, 2016

A fantastic and hard-boiled addition to Refuge of paranoia and the supernatural! It's a great companion read to The Priest's Tale part 1.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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